Mar 26, 2014

Media briefs: Seven v AFP … film Crowe-ing … radio social …

Seven has won its court case against the Australian Federal Police after police raided the network's offices looking for evidence of a deal with Schapelle Corby. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

Seven fought the law — and Seven won. The Seven Network has been vindicated in its battle against the Australian Federal Police over those raids in February in connection with the claimed exclusive interview deal with Schapelle Corby. This morning the network won legal proceedings against the AFP — and the police aren’t off the hook yet.


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2 thoughts on “Media briefs: Seven v AFP … film Crowe-ing … radio social …

  1. roger


    re your story about 7 media investment in Russel Crowe’s film. Could you for once take care of the small details? The production company is Hopscotch- an Australian founded company of many years standing which was more recently acquired by Canadian firm, e-One. Where did you get the Scottish thing?

  2. David Hand

    Seven may have fought the law and Seven may have won but we all still know that an agreement exists between Seven and the Corbys that gives Seven exclusive access to them and their story in exchange for cash. We know this from the media coverage that has occurred since parole was granted. Stokes and Seven’s “upsetness” at the AFP raids is completely confected.

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