As Foxtel losses continue and News Corp desperately seeks to resize media operations, Australian head Michael Miller has hit the interview circuit to spin the company's dire fortunes.
The financials are bad for Foxtel, but the bigger worry is the slump in subscriber numbers.
News Corp's September quarter results show that Foxtel will either need a boost in subscriber numbers or in average revenue if it wants the summer to be a profitable one.
Foxtel's chief marketing officer, Andy Lark, lasted just 10 months in the role before leaving the company. His replacement will have added pressure to turn Foxtel's fortunes around.
New profit reports from News Corp and Telstra indicate that Foxtel's subscriber base is still fraught, and things will probably get worse before they get better.
We're starting to wonder who, if anyone, is doing quality checks on programming at Sky News.
Kate Durham says she'll take Gerard Henderson to the Press Council. And other media tidbits of the day.
A full 25% of the Australian Financial Review was comprised of property ads this morning. And other media tidbits of the dya.