Last night, for the fourth week in a row, Australian Idol had an audience under 1 million viewers. Ten must be at wits' end.
The AFL Footy Show Grand Final edition kicked goals for Nine, as predicted, though Seven News and Today Tonight were the biggest winners of the night.
The Group of 20 Summit in Pittsburgh is probably three to four months too late for the politicians to make much of an impact. The recovery in financial markets has drained much of the impetus for re-regulation and change.
The naysayers who claim the Rudd government's cash splash didn't impact, need only consult the latest retail sector profit results.
The Ten Network is in the middle of some major changes with Macquarie Media and 81-year-old Bruce Gordon set to emerge as major shareholders. Seriously.
It's now clear the Reserve Bank's priorities have shifted from the health and strength of the financial system, towards the first rate rise to come.
The ABC has been quietly conducting a year-long secret review of the way it staffs and positions its network of more than a dozen foreign correspondents, with at least two bureaus expected to close.
The combination of China and strong government spending has arrived to help the Kiwi economy escape its worst slump in 30 years and is now officially out of recession.