On Media3 this week we ask if it was ever true that "the camera never lies", and, if so, what is wrong with the practice of digital manipulation?
Recently, the World Press Photograph of the Year winner was questioned after it was revealed that his award-winning image had been digitally altered. For more info, see more HERE and HERE
Also this week, Maori Television chief executive Jim Mather joins us on the show to look back on his eight years at the head of the broadcaster. He announced last month that he is resigning from Maori TV for a new role at Te Wananga o Aotearoa.
And renowned British newspaper editor Sir Max Hastings, who has guided the destiny of The Telegraph and The Evening Standard, talks to Russell Brown about the future of newspapers as he sees it.
See the extended interview with Sir Max Hastings here