Southern Cross Media Group CEO Rhys Holleran and Fairfax Media CEO Greg Hywood are among the industry executives who support cross-media ownership reforms proposed by Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull. These including abolishing the reach ... Individual.com, 1 month ago
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(The Australian Financial Review - ABIX via COMTEX News Network) -- Southern Cross Media Group's share of the radio market fell from 34.3 per cent to 27.5 per cent year-on-year in the December 2014 quarter. CEO Rhys Holleran is confident that the ...PredictWallStreet, 1 month ago
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Rinehart to sue over House of Hancock Despite changes to the program, Gina Rinehart will still seek defamation charges against Nine over the House of Hancock program. The mining magnate has filed documents in the NSW Supreme Court alleging ...AdNews, 1 month ago
Regional media bosses Andrew Lancaster, left, and Ian Audsley at Parliament House for talks with the Prime Minister Source: News Corp Australia Regional television news services and local programming are on the brink of significant budget cuts, ...The Australian, 6 days ago
Deep splits have emerged between the main commercial networks and regional broadcasters on media ownership and concentration laws ahead of a pivotal meeting with Tony Abbott. Sources say discord on key issues is scuppering the chances of consensus ...The Australian, 1 week ago
Australian media reform is set to take a back seat on Thursday when Prime Minister Tony Abbott meets with Australia's metropolitan TV executives, who will instead intensify their push to scrap annual licence fees totalling $160 million. Mr Abbott ...Stuff.co.nz, 1 week ago TV bosses' $160m demands on Abbott Melbourne Age, 1 week ago TV bosses seek $160m licence fee windfall from PM Tony Abbott Latrobe Valley Express, 1 week ago
Tony Abbott, right, with Malcolm Turnbull, who has been sidelined from a series of high-level private meetings. Picture: James Croucher. Source: News Limited Tony Abbott has delivered a snub to Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull, sidelining ...The Australian, 1 week ago
Cathy OConnor of DMG Radio with the new Nova radio station logo. Photo: Louise Kennerley As commercial radio waits nervously for the results of its first ratings survey for 2014 on Tuesday, the sector's chief executives are celebrating an unlikely ...BRW, 1 month ago Radio boss hands out condoms to employees NEWS.com.au, 1 month ago Radio boss defended in condom controversy 9News.com.au, 1 month ago Radio boss defended over condom controversy Sky News Australia, 1 month ago
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has upset Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation and its pay television joint venture Foxtel by proposing a cherry-picked media reform policy that has driven a rift through the industry. Mr Turnbull's ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Industry rift: Turnbull reform upsets News, Foxtel Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull's media reform plan causes industry rift Melbourne Age, 1 month ago Foxtel cries foul over media reform plan Melbourne Age, 1 month ago
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Turnbull told Prime Minister Tony Abbott that he had found a broad consensus in the industry for the abolition of the "reach rule", which stops the metropolitan free-to-air networks, Nine, Seven and Ten, merging with regional affiliates by limiting ...Channel News Australia, 1 month ago
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