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Seven West Media is in real trouble

Seven West Media is in real trouble

CEO Tim Worner has resigned and shares are at an all-time low. Kerry Stokes, is this really an 'exciting time' for Seven?

Media companies go back to the government honeypot

Media companies go back to the government honeypot

Some of Australia’s biggest media companies are once again buzzing back to the government for support.

Staff lose at WIN as five newsrooms shuttered

Staff lose at WIN as five newsrooms shuttered

WIN called staff to meetings yesterday and revealed plans to shut five newsrooms by June 28 and get rid of between 35 and 40 full-time and casual staff.

Struggling Seven West Media removed from the ASX 200

Struggling Seven West Media removed from the ASX 200

Dropping from the ASX 200 is both a natural conclusion and a sign of things to come for Seven West Media, whose share price has been sluggish for months.

The coming storm that threatens local media

The coming storm that threatens local media

The homogenisation of local papers is preventing them from reflecting the communities they belong to, making them less diverse and less viable.

The pressure is on for more media mergers

The pressure is on for more media mergers

With ad revenues down across the board, don't be surprised if you see more legacy media companies pushing for mergers this year.

Free-to-air viability in doubt as companies slash TV value

Free-to-air viability in doubt as companies slash TV value

Southern Cross Austereo has followed Seven West Media in slashing millions from the value of its TV operations.

Seven Group results a warning on media value

Seven Group results a warning on media value

With its biggest shareholder slashing the value of its holding, the Seven West board is under a lot of pressure.

Prime shaping up as a potential buyer of former Fairfax regional papers

Prime shaping up as a potential buyer of former Fairfax regional papers

Who will buy the former Fairfax regional papers, including The Canberra Times, and how much will they sell for?

Seven moves to terminate employee agreement amid cost cuts, falling share price

Seven moves to terminate employee agreement amid cost cuts, falling share price

Yet another company is using "extraordinary" hard ball negotiation tactics with their staff, this time in the media.