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It’s getting awkward between Ten and News Corp … Young Labor’s conference split … George Mega v News over ‘ethnic’ claim …

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One out of Ten: pessimism on ads, but cash to build programming

Ten bosses are trying to stay optimistic about their chances of clawing back revenue — at least according to the network’s latest results.

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Media feeding frenzy? The mergers — or not — from regulatory change

In the past, relaxation of media ownership regulations has led to a flurry of deals. However, the current dismal market could dissuade the major players from snapping up the competition.

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Removal of ‘two out of three’ ain’t bad for News Corp

A move to to amend media ownership restrictions would be a positive for News Corp, but the ACCC might yet be a hurdle, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer write.

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Rinehart a no-show as Ten telecasts its financial woes

There was no sign of Ten’s most high-profile shareholder, nor was there any good news.

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The ABC v the Murdochs: your guide to the battlefields

The ABC and the Murdoch family are competing in a number of media, and the ABC keeps winning. That’s why News Corp is attacking the ABC, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

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Tips and rumours

Journos move gigs … spotlight on new senators … Michelle Grattan in biscuit faux pas …

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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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Media briefs: Manning ‘quits’ … Age journos benched … Ten’s licence …

Fairfax journo Paddy Manning has resigned after writing an article for Crikey criticising his employe

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Lachlan’s ordinary day: shocking Ten results, DMG stations steady

The Ten Network has reported a loss of close to $300 million as the group pays the price for dud programming in late 2012.

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Conroy’s ‘quick and dirty’ committee to rule on media marriages

The “perfunctory” committee established to investigate Stephen Conroy’s media reforms is unlikely to get media industry unanimity, write Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane.

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Dance of the moguls threatens to leave Ten on its lonesome

Speculation about media tie-ups reflects the agenda of the players involved. And that’s before the dance music even starts. Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane on who’ll be left without a partner.

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Media briefs: Boland to Ten … Guardian jobs … Pope’s lift-off …

Adam Boland heads from Seven to Ten, but faces an uphill battle. Read more on today’s media gossip here.

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Under Murdoch, Ten sprays bullets in all directions

The Ten Network is in deep despair with an enormous job for new CEO Hamish McLennan ahead. So why is the company firing off legal letters around commentary of its woes?

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If Lachlan wasn’t a Murdoch, he’d be gone from Ten

With the Ten Network in the doldrums and solutions thin on the floor of the AGM yesterday, time’s up for chairman Lachlan Murdoch. He’s just not up to the task.

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Talking TV turkeys: Ten’s failure won for the books

The 2012 television ratings year — which finished over the weekend — produced some unmemorable bombs. But there was no bigger turkey than Lachlan Murdoch’s Ten Network.

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Lachlan’s Ten: an annual report on an annus horribilis

The buck should stop with Lachlan Murdoch for Ten’s woes, as detailed in the annual report released yesterday. So why is he being let off so lightly?

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Heads spinning after Ten’s ‘bloody Monday’ makes news

Helen Kapalos, Bill Woods, Paul Henry, Ron Wilson, Kathryn Robinson … the bodies are piling up at the Ten Network as Lachlan Murdoch makes up for past mistakes.

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Media briefs: Ten’s 2013 hopes … News buries Leader … Post and Power …

Ten’s new layout fails to impress as it struggles to woo back viewers. This and other media stories of the day, for Crikey readers to digest.

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Ten launches the old, the bold and the obvious

The embattled Ten Network is offering up few surprises in its 2013 programming. A drama shelved this year and a non-fiction show defying budget cuts are the highlights.

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Murdoch tightens his control on Ten via programming deals

News Corp and Shine are cashing in on the network’s reliance on high-performing shows.

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How management failed Ten (and failing 2GB)

If media organisations are not well-managed, you’ll soon see the results on the balance sheet and in the regulators’ findings. Job cuts at Ten and the latest Alan Jones punishment are evidence.

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Foxtel out-rated Ten during Games? Yes, but no …

New research on TV audience share for August states Ten had the “worst since the turn of the century” and that more people watched Foxtel during the Olympics. Which is like comparing apples and blue cheese.

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Assange Underground in Toronto: next stop Australia

Director Robert Connolly hopes to arrange a special screening for Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy of his new bio-pic Underground. Greg Truman reports from the premiere in Toronto.

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Programmer takes the fall for Ten’s failing slate

Network Ten head programmer David Mott has quit to take the blame for the run of turkeys that have failed the network, especially in the past couple of weeks.

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