Tne federal government, regulators, Parliament and the courts are all involved in Ten's woes, which are being splashed all over the papers. But you'd never know it from disclosures to the ASX, write Stephen Mayne and Glenn Dyer.
Strong performances for Masterchef on Channel Ten and the Tour de France on SBS the highlights on an otherwise weak night for ratings.
Bruce Gordon and Lachlan Murdoch are asking the regulator for approval to buy Channel Ten. But will the media ownership laws allow the deal to go through in time?
Could there be any clearer sign that legacy media is in trouble than that private equity firms have turned their backs on Fairfax?
Fairfax has slammed aged care provider Aveo for lack of disclosure, but the media company needs to check its own backyard.
Whoopsies, The Australian has made quite the clanger about Ten's chairman -- it could be a very costly mistake.