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A new radio empire: how Kyle and Jackie O remade FM radio

Everyone said Kyle and Jackie O would do well. But in just one ratings survey, they’ve tied for most popular breakfast show. It’s a disaster for 2DayFM, which lost more than half its audience.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: viewers abandon Ten, flock to ABC

Is anybody watching Channel 10 anymore? Management should be shocked into action by the latest audience figures.

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Vodafone hang-ups: radio stations pull ads on class action

Several radio stations have yanked advertising spots blasting the network failures of regular advertiser and corporate partner Vodafone.

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Regional news a pawn as networks war over reform

Commitments on regional news are just one tactic as Nine tries to persuade the government to drop the key obstacle between it and a merger, while Ten tries to block it.

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How prank call DJs played it by the book in TV tell-alls

The radio DJs behind the royal prank call fronted TV cameras last night for tell-not-quite-all interviews. They played it by the book of crisis management, says marketing consultant Toby Ralph.

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Resisting the witch hunt on the royal prank call

The royal phone prank may have been poorly executed, but the witch hunt ensuing from the death of one of the parties shouldn’t be the basis for further media regulation. Hard cases make for bad law.

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Write-down pressure on board as Ten faces big loss

The Ten Network balances its 2011-12 financial year tonight, leaving it increasingly likely that it will report a loss for the year in mid-October when the results are announced.

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Sandilands and the ‘fat slag’ — vitriol, but not incitement

ACMA is proposing an additional condition on 2DAY-FM’s broadcast licence … Another slap with a wet lettuce from our lofty regulator of the electronic media, writes David Salter, veteran journalist and former Media Watch executive producer.

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Trapped in the overlap: Southern Cross Austereo takes on ACMA

A media company is taking ACMA to court to stop the forced sale of radio stations. But gaming the media ownership laws is no longer as easy as it once was.

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