While Amber Harrison will look to how she will pick up the pieces of her life after yesterday's court ruling against her, Seven West Media will go back to fighting another battle -- how to survive in an industry increasingly difficult to navigate.

When Harrison first appeared in the media with her claims about her affair with Seven CEO Tim Worner last December, Seven's shares were trading around 78 to 82 cents. Yesterday when Seven's crushing judgment was confirmed by the NSW Supreme Court, they ended at 79.5 cents. But they had risen more than 14% from their most recent low a month ago of 69.5 cents.