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Jockey Craig Williams holds the Melbourne Cup. (Image: AAP/James Ross)

The race that briefly slowed the nation

Tuesday’s Melbourne cup crowd was the lowest since 1995. Gambling was also down, as was TV viewing.

Tone-deaf and trite: Midwinter Ball misses the mark

You'll never guess the theme of the press gallery Midwinter Ball last night. Plus other tips of the week.

Favourites like <em>The Block</em>  and <em> The Big Bang Theory</em> did the job for Nine.

The big guns fire for Nine on an uninspiring night

Favourites like The Block  and The Big Bang Theory did the job for Nine.

Audiences may have been unhappy with Ten's finale of <em>The Bachelor</em>, but they watched in droves.

The Bachelor brings Ten’s best night of the year

Audiences may have been unhappy with Ten's finale of The Bachelor, but they watched in droves.

Will Ten’s $100m Melbourne Cup gamble pay off?

Ten has put a lot on the line to reclaim Melbourne Cup broadcast rights. But with a steadily sliding audience, it's going to be a hard race.

With the Commonwealth Games taking the lion's share for Seven, other channels are once again fighting for scraps

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

With the Commonwealth Games taking the lion's share for Seven, other channels are once again fighting for scraps

‘A headphone deal was on our radar’ … how to solve the empty seats problem … News Corp’s revolving door …

Poor Sophie Monk, she wanted to sign a sponsorship deal with a headphone manufacturer but says News Corp might have spoiled her chances.

What the new CBS deal with Ten deal means for Lachlan Murdoch

As CBS moves on Ten with a bigger, shinier offer, some hard questions for Lachlan Murdoch, write Stephen Mayne and Glenn Dyer.

Court crushes Bruce Gordon and Lachlan Murdoch’s Ten dreams — for now

CBS is one step closer to finally purchasing the embattled Ten Network.

CBS swoops on Ten, humiliating Lachlan Murdoch and Bruce Gordon

Media goliath CBS looks set to buy Ten Network Holdings out of administration, surprising prospective buyers Lachlan Murdoch and Bruce Gordon. Stephen Mayne and Glenn Dyer ask: what does this mean for the future of the Australian media landscape?

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