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Michael Lallo is an entertainment reporter for The Age. Michael joined The Age in 2006 as a feature writer. He has also been a news reporter for The Sunday Age, a deputy editor of Green Guide and a columnist and critic.
Michael Lallo Seige survivors are reportedly being paid about $1.5 million combined in deals by rival networks Seven and Nine, however Fairfax Media understands that these figures may be overblown.
Michael Lallo COMMENT: If you think cyclists deserve special protection from Family Feud, you need to get a grip. Yesterday's #bikelash was a storm in a tea-cup.
I'm A Celebrity
Michael Lallo Actress Melissa Joan Hart fuels rumours she will soon star in a local reality show.
Michael Lallo In 2014, the advertising watchdog dismissed a record number of complaints for ads that feature cheating, farting, nose-picking and a dead race-horse.
Michael Lallo Finally, Alan Kohler presents a graph we can all decipher: the 'Chunder Bell-Curve'.
Michael Lallo English crooner Sam Smith makes guest appearance on The X Factor – then says it is 'damaging' to songwriters.
To the outrage-mobile!
Michael Lallo We reacted with knee-jerk offence to every media slip-up and entertainment 'outrage' in 2014. We need a new approach, writes Michael Lallo.
Michael Lallo After years of failure, the 91.5 FM frequency finishes the year on a high - with an unlikely combination of Bees Gees, Dixie Chicks and Ed Sheeran.
Michael Lallo Elton John ties the knot with his longtime love on December 21.
Michael Lallo If you post a tribute to Stella Young today, please do not include picture of a snowflake.
'Slave state' essay
Michael Lallo You can go a month without seeing a film with a black woman in a speaking role says actor Chris Rock.
Michael Lallo COMMENT: Today host Karl Stefanovic hasn't change, only the distorted impression that commercial breakfast TV is wall-to-wall buffoonery.
Exodus: Gods and Kings
Michael Lallo 'Since when are Egyptians not white?' Media baron Rupert Murdoch sparks storm on Twitter while defending new bible movie.
Not due to cuts
Michael Lallo Sue Spencer – who started her television career as a researcher with the show in 1985 – leaves behind one of the most coveted jobs in TV current affairs.
ABC budget cuts
Michael Lallo The ABC's news division has been hit particularly hard by the Abbott government's budget cuts, with an estimated 100 job losses expected and cuts to flagship programs and news bulletins.
SBS budget cuts
Eryk Bagshaw and Michael Lallo SBS news chief Jim Carroll has told almost all staff at the internationally renowned current affairs show, Dateline, that they are no longer needed.
Michael Lallo Exclusive: It started as a protest against sexism, now the suit Karl Stefanovic wore everyday for a year has become internationally famous and is to be auctioned to raise funds for the fight against...
Michael Lallo It's the nature of the business, says ousted radio host Chrissie Swan, whose exit makes way for the new Kiis brand.
Michael Lallo Today co-host Lisa Wilkinson has revealed that most criticisms of her appearance come from female viewers.