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After her Impossible Princess album (retitled Kylie Minogue for the Brits after Diana’s death) stiffed in the UK, she was written off by media and industry alike. Now she is England’s most beloved pop star.  And certainly, she is an English pop star. To consider what makes her career work, you must first accept that she made one single, “Locomotion”, in Australia before relocating to London. Nothing about her work—the sounds, the styles, the fashions, the context—is Australian. We may love her and she us, but we are not her core audience, financially or creatively.
And don’t think for a second that Kylie is not a role (everyone close calls her Min; Kylie exists for the public). Read any Kylie interview.
The lead for an opinion piece can and should engage the reader’s attention. Here is the ‘Media’ column in Australian Book Review, following a call by the Australian Broadcasting Authority head, David Flint, to abolish the cross-media ownership laws on the astonishing ground that the greatest influence on the media today is not media proprietors but journalists. The column began: There are watchdogs and there are lapdogs. Watchdogs are alert. At the slightest movement, they growl. When they bite it hurts.
Writing Feature Stories: How to Research and Write Newspaper and Magazine Articles by Matthew Ricketson