Seven West Media must walk the tight rope of its coverage of the Brereton SAS war crimes report and its chairman's support of military figures.
Despite rivals Seven and Nine conducting clashing AGMs, online meetings meant we were still able to witness the gory details of both — and throw in a few uncomfortable questions.
The relationship between Harold Mitchell, Kerry Stokes and Seven West Media appears to be as tight as ever.
Seven has run out of gas, and buying the rights to The Voice format is just a cost cut in disguise.
It's hard to spin a 14% drop in revenue, write-downs, weak ratings, poor programs, and a 20% chop in staff numbers.
Seven Group Holdings owns a huge piece of a company at the centre of a COVID-19 outbreak — just don't expect Seven to tell you about it.
Seven's support of its own network's Basil Zempilas in his run for lord mayor is any candidate's dream.
If Big Brother goes to air but there are no ratings, can Seven say it succeeded?
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