Glenn DyerFeb 16, 2017
Seven won the metros and the regions last night but it knows the pressure will be back on when Married at First Sight returns.
Glenn DyerFeb 16, 20175 Comments
The news will increase pressure on the federal government and the Senate to go beyond just cuts to the licence fees -- total abolition would not be a surprise as a request from the embattled sector
Stephen MayneFeb 15, 20175 Comments
Like with Jeff Kennett, Kerry Stokes has been aggressively defensive and dismissive of both the governance issues and the lack of accountability.
Michael BradleyFeb 15, 20175 Comments
Seven's high-paid lawyers have thrown everything they can at Amber Harrison. Get set for a knock-down, drag-out legal fight with plenty of punch.
Charlie LewisFeb 14, 20171 Comment
There are, as ever, questions as to what the reduction in editorial oversight does to the quality of journalism.
Stephen MayneFeb 14, 20173 Comments
Worner will host a conference call with analysts at 10am tomorrow morning. But will journalists be allowed to ask about the Amber Harrison affair?
Glenn DyerFeb 14, 2017
Free TV Australia should have released its figures for the half-year for June-December 2016. The release is now 17 days late -- what are they hiding?
Glenn DyerFeb 13, 2017
The networks are off in the great 2017 rating race, with plenty of obstacles in the way of bragging rights in late November. Hoges was an early headache for Seven, a flop ev
David SalterFeb 13, 201715 Comments
The freedom to say the most monstrous things possible is fueling the rise of fascism.