Nine boss David Gyngell has pledged not to cut journalists' jobs in country areas if the network is allowed to buy regional broadcaster Southern Cross Media. Mr Gyngell says he supports the government's move to abolish the 75 per cent reach rule, ... Sydney Morning Herald, 2 months ago
Gyngell pledges no journalist cuts on Southern Cross takeover - Business Spectator, 2 months ago
Nine pledges to protect regional jobs - Weekly Times Now, 2 months ago
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Nine Network chief David Gyngell and his investment bank adviser UBS are believed to be working on a new plan for a $4 billion merger with regional operator Southern Cross Broadcasting. The plan will not breach the 75 per cent audience-reach rule ...Canberra Times, 2 months ago Nine to press ahead with merger deal Business Day Australia, 2 months ago
After nine years of hoping and dreaming for a child, and five years of IVF, TV journalist Leila McKinnon and her husband, Nine Network supremo David Gyngell, now have a beautiful red-haired baby boy to call their own, writes Michael Sheather. Leila ...Australian Women's Weekly, 1 month ago Leila McKinnon: Our IVF struggle Australian Women's Weekly, 1 month ago
INFLUENTIAL media figure David Gyngell says removing the 75% media ownership reach rule would improve the quality of regional TV news. The Nine CEO was one of six TV executives who fronted a 10-member parliamentary committee which was ...Gladstone Observer, 2 months ago Gyngell and Steedman to talk media at Mumbrella360 as event focus turns to technology, creativity and gamification Mumbrella, 1 month ago
Gyngell says investment banks more interested in float than network itself. You must be logged in to read this article Not a member yet? Register today › Business Spectator is available on all of your devices so you can access the latest news and ...Business Spectator, 3 weeks ago Nine denies a float is imminent Scottrade, 3 weeks ago
James Sutherland has opened up on the ''homework'' debacle in India, Cricket Australia's relationship with Channel Nine and Tim May's removal from an International Cricket Council committee. Sutherland believes the infamous disciplinary episode ...Melbourne Age, 7 hours ago Lots of lessons in homework saga: CA boss WA Today, 6 days ago 'Lots of lessons in homework saga' Illawarra Mercury, 5 days ago Lessons in homework saga: CA boss Illawarra Mercury, 5 days ago
Billionaire media moguls don't always follow the usual protocols and conventions when it comes to running a business - and this includes how they deal with succession. Seven West Media's ultimate controlling shareholder Kerry Stokes is no exception.WA Today, 10 hours ago
First there was the Grand Prix. Next came the reported $500m bid for cricket rights, then Ten secured the 2014 winter Olympics. So, can sport save the ailing network? In a feature that first appeared in Encore,Nic Christensen investigates. The ...Mumbrella, 4 days ago
GrainCorp appoints an independent expert to scrutinise Archer Daniels Midland's bid, while the timing of Brockman's Fortescue play seems no coincidence. You must be logged in to read this article Not a member yet? Register today › Business ...Business Spectator, 4 days ago
Source: The Daily Telegraph WHILE most landlords might have an issue with a tenant wrapping an outside veranda in bamboo fencing, it seems one Campbell Parade landlord has no such issue with the balcony of his $20 million penthouse being modified.Brisbane Courier-Mail, 4 days ago Ricky hides his beachside retreat Perth Now, 4 days ago
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