1. George Pell media contempt case could have 'chilling effect' on open justice, court hears  ABC News
  2. Multiple trials possible over Pell contempt case  The Age
  3. George Pell contempt case: media lawyers call for more details about charges  The Guardian
  4. As serious as it gets: Media defend George Pell contempt of court allegations  The Australian
  5. George Pell case: Australian media bosses face contempt allegations in Melbourne court  9news.com.au
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Contempt of court proceedings brought against 36 Australian news organisations and journalists over their coverage of Cardinal George Pell's sex abuse trial are unprecedented in Australia and could have a chilling effect on open justice, a court hears.Contempt of court proceedings brought against 36 Australian news organisations and journalists over their coverage of Cardinal George Pell's sex abuse trial are unprecedented in Australia and could have a chilling effect on open justice, a court hears.

George Pell media contempt case could have 'chilling effect' on open justice, court hears - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Charges against dozens of journalists and publishers in Australia over the reporting of Cardinal George Pell's child sex abuse conviction will have a chilling effect on future news reporting if they are found guilty of breaching a suppression order, a lawyer defending the press told a court on Monday.Charges against dozens of journalists and publishers in Australia over the repor...

Australian media charges over Cardinal Pell trial 'chilling' for open justice: lawyer - Reuters

MELBOURNE: Charges against dozens of journalists and publishers in Australia over the reporting of Cardinal George Pell's child sex abuse ...MELBOURNE: Charges against dozens of journalists and publishers in Australia over the reporting of Cardinal George Pell's child sex abuse ...

Australian media charges over Cardinal Pell trial 'chilling' for open justice: Lawyer - CNA

“13 media organisations and 23 journalists are facing contempt proceedings for alleged breaches of the Cardinal George Pell suppression orders. Justice John Dixon is pondering whether this will balloon into 36 individual trials. @10NewsFirst @Studio10au @10Daily”

Candice Wyatt on Twitter: "13 media organisations and 23 journalists are facing contempt proceedings for alleged breaches of the Cardinal George Pell suppression orders. Justice John Dixon is pondering whether this will balloon into 36 individual trials. @10NewsFirst @Studio10au @10Daily"

““None of the publications or broadcasts even named Cardinal Pell or the charges of which he was convicted,” Barrister Matthew Collins argues in the contempt directions hearing regarding 36 journalists and media organisations. #cardinalpell #journalism @TheNewDailyAu”

Lucie Morris-Marr on Twitter: "“None of the publications or broadcasts even named Cardinal Pell or the charges of which he was convicted,” Barrister Matthew Collins argues in the contempt directions hearing regarding 36 journalists and media organisations. #cardinalpell #journalism @TheNewDailyAu"

“Contempt proceedings underway in Melbourne this morning - against journalists and media organisations regarding Pell proceedings. Defence lawyer telling the court “Not garden variety contempt. Can’t find precedent of any kind in Australian law” @SkyNewsAust”

Ahron Young on Twitter: "Contempt proceedings underway in Melbourne this morning - against journalists and media organisations regarding Pell proceedings. Defence lawyer telling the court “Not garden variety contempt. Can’t find precedent of any kind in Australian law” @SkyNewsAust"

Dozens of media bodies could face contempt convictions following the trial of Cardinal George Pell, with a Supreme Court application to be heard on Monday.Dozens of media bodies could face contempt convictions following the trial of Cardinal George Pell, with a Supreme Court application to be heard on Monday.

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Those due in court over coverage of child sex abuse case include the Age, Macquarie Media and several News Corp publicationsThose due in court over coverage of child sex abuse case include the Age, Macquarie Media and several News Corp publications

Australian media facing charges of breaching Pell trial gag orders

Lawyer warns the charges will affect future news reporting in Australia.

Media charges over Pell trial deemed 'chilling' for open justice

Contempt allegations against some of Australia's top editors and journalists over their coverage of Cardina...

George Pell case: Australian media bosses face contempt allegations in Melbourne court news Australia

Multiple trials involving senior journalists are possible as they face contempt of court charges over stories published after Cardinal George Pell's conviction.Multiple trials involving senior journalists are possible as they face contempt of court charges over stories published after Cardinal George Pell's conviction.