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Seven West Media chairman Kerry Stokes. (Image: AAP/David Moir)

Seven quiet on COVID-19 effects as legacy media suffers

As Prime Media and Nine update the market on how COVID-19 is effecting their businesses, Seven West Media has remained quiet.

Alexander England and Asher Keddie in Offspring (Image: Channel Ten)

Morrison trashes the arts to save decaying media empires

This government has run to the rescue of News Corp, Seven West Media and Nine, while the arts industry careens toward a cliff.

ACCC clears Pacific Mags sale, offering template for more media mergers

The ACCC has approved the sale of Seven's Pacific Magazines to its rival Bauer, citing declines in circulation and revenue.

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If the media survives COVID-19, it’s going to look very different

Broadcast media companies were already struggling ahead of the coronavirus crisis. Now they face some tough decisions as ad revenues disappear.

Seven faces big questions on Olympics beyond 2020

Between the coronavirus and the flagging fortunes of Seven, Nine and News Corp, the future of Olympics coverage in Australia is very much up in the air.

The gradual — then sudden — decline of legacy media

It's been 25 years since major media companies started pivoting to digital. Why aren't they there yet?

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Tough times for Seven open up merger escape channels

It's unlikely that Kerry Stokes will want to put up more money to bail out a sinking Seven West Media.

Seven West Media chairman Kerry Stokes (Image: AAP/David Moir).

Little Kerry is facing some big trouble at Seven

Seven West Media is about to report its interim results for the 2019-20 financial year. It's going to be ugly.

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The slow death of the Australian magazine

The central role that magazines have enjoyed in Australia over the last century has been shattered by an information-rich, attention-poor world.