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Jan 29, 2018

Did Seven take the bait? … that’s live TV … the revolving door …

Did 7 take the bait? The Seven Network has denied it mistakenly bought a Kiwi satirical fishing program to run on its 7mate digital channel.

Emily Watkins — Media reporter

Emily Watkins

Media reporter

Did 7 take the bait? The Seven Network has denied it mistakenly bought a Kiwi satirical fishing program to run on its 7mate digital channel. Users on Twitter yesterday started to speculate Seven buyers thought the program Screaming Reels was a serious fishing program, because it was categorised on some TV guides as "reality", "sports" and "news and documentary". Yesterday morning the show was broadcast among other, more serious, fishing programs.

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  1. dennis

    I wonder if he was collecting two pay packets ……………..And HuffPost Australia‘s editor Chris Paine, who was left without a job when the website ended its joint venture with Fairfax late last year, has landed a job with his old boss Luke McIlveen at Fox Sports Australia. Paine has previously worked under McIlveen at news.com.au, and at Daily Mail Australia. MIlveen left the Mail as editor-in-chief last year to take up a new role as executive editor at Fox Sports.

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