Recording from the brand new Televised Revolution HQ, we’re back for another week filled with lawsuits, media acquisitions, and Charlie Sheen. This weeks panel is diminished somewhat with Simon taking a sick day, but Dan and Dennis step up and discuss:

  • Legal maneuvering to prevent James Wharburton from starting with Ten until October 2012.
  • Murdoch moves on B SkyB.
  • Sarah Monaghan launches a civil case against Seven and Robert Hughes.
  • Quentin Tarantino takes Alan Ball to court.
  • Charlie Sheen mounts a $100 lawsuit against Warner Bros
  • Dennis and Dan question the lack of media coverage on the Japan earthquake.

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