Former Nine Network boss David Gyngell believes the Rugby League Players' Association can become as strong and respected as its AFL counterpart after accepting a role on the union's newly formed advisory board. Gyngell had been touted as a ... Melbourne Age, 4 weeks ago
Gyngell takes role with players' association - Sydney Morning Herald, 3 weeks ago
Former Nine boss Gyngell back in rugby league via players' union - Melbourne Age, 3 weeks ago
, 6:05 p.m. Another senior executive of former chief executive David Gyngell's team has left Nine Entertainment, with chief revenue officer Peter Wiltshire leaving the metropolitan network where he led advertising sales for 10 years. exit ...The Northern Times, 1 month ago Another senior executive leaves Nine Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
Former Channel Nine supremo David Gyngell has joined the Rugby League Players' Association in an advisory capacity. Former Channel Nine boss David Gyngell has joined the Rugby League Players' Association (RLPA) in an advisory role. In a ...Racing and Sports, 3 weeks ago
David Murray is not a glass is half-full guy when it comes to ASIC's plan to nail companies for "culture breach" and the banking sector's use of "risk weights", i.e. models that allow banks to assume their home loans are much less risky than loans ...Melbourne Age, 4 weeks ago 'Adolf Hitler comes to mind' WA Today, 4 weeks ago
In a board meeting at Nine Entertainment's Willoughby headquarters that began last Thursday morning, the free-to-air broadcaster made the landmark decision to break its near 30-year affiliation with WIN Corporation. A day later, erstwhile merger ...Melbourne Age, 2 days ago
Ten and WIN begin talks Ten Network and WIN Corporation have begun affiliate talks that could see WIN replace Southern Cross as Ten's regional partner, The Australian reports. If successful, it would end a 27-year relationship between the Nine ...AdNews, 4 days ago
The comedy partnership of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, which has been a blessing to several Golden Globes telecasts and the feature film Sisters, is unlikely to see the light of day in the form of a television series. The pair have buckets of ...Melbourne Age, 1 week ago
It's hard to say no to Roosters chairman Nick Politis, and when the Roosters make one final play for Sonny Bill Williams, the club will be banking on their friendship to make a difference. Politis, Willliams, his agent Khoder Nasser and former ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago Roosters keen to lure golden son Melbourne Age, 1 week ago Sydney Roosters keen to lure golden son Sonny Bill Williams back to NRL WA Today, 1 week ago
League players will have one of sport's top negotiators representing their interests in the collective bargaining agreement talks after their union poached the legal counsel from the Australian Cricketers' Association. Just weeks after creating an ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago Top cricket negotiator poached to represent NRL players in pay talks Melbourne Age, 1 week ago
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60 Minutes kidnapping fiasco comes down to the question: who signed off on the money for the child recovery operation?
The fate of the 60 Minutes crew, who were stuck in a Beirut jail facing kidnapping charges, has dominated headlines for weeks. Nic Christensen looks at the questions Nine's management team now faces and the questions whether anyone will be held to ...Mumbrella, 1 week ago 60 Minutes reviewed: what will learn on Beirut? Crikey Media, 1 week ago
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