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Nov 13, 2012

Media briefs: Ten’s bloody Mon … Baker’s quest … Domain cut …

Blood on the floor as Ten slices. Call it "bloody Monday", or the most cynical set of sackings since Eddie McGuire and Jeff Browne wondered if they would "bone" newsre

Blood on the floor as Ten slices. Call it “bloody Monday”, or the most cynical set of sackings since Eddie McGuire and Jeff Browne wondered if they would “bone” newsreader Jessica Rowe from the Nine Network a few years ago. The Ten Network continues to wield the axe and cut its most successful ratings business, its news division, with three newsreaders sacked in Sydney and Perth late yesterday. That followed the axing of the Breakfast program on and the mid-morning news bulletin earlier in the day, and the hasty forced redundancy of Melbourne news reader Helen Kapalos on Friday night.

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  1. zut alors

    Television executives rarely handle sackings of on-air presenters with finesse. Particularly if the about-to-be-jobless talent is female.

    Most TV executives are male, most of them are gutless.

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