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How radio stations are dealing with Michael Jackson allegations

How radio stations are dealing with Michael Jackson allegations

Not for the first time, radio stations have to decide what to do with the music of someone at the centre of sexual misconduct allegations.

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.

Asset write-downs forecast gloomy days ahead for regional TV

Asset write-downs forecast gloomy days ahead for regional TV

Despite a sunnier outlook for big players like Nine and Seven, regional TV affiliates continue to write down asset values as revenue and profit forecasts worsen.

Mayne: Aveo, Fairfax and Ten all need to fix their disclosure

Mayne: Aveo, Fairfax and Ten all need to fix their disclosure

Fairfax has slammed aged care provider Aveo for lack of disclosure, but the media company needs to check its own backyard.

ABC to cut 200 staff by June

ABC to cut 200 staff by June

The ABC is finally joining Ten, Nine, Seven, Foxtel and Fox Sports among the victims of streaming video, the net and social media.

Impairments all round for broadcast TV networks

Impairments all round for broadcast TV networks

Amid the gloom, though, some light from a higher profit for Southern Cross Media Austereo.

Nine dives, Southern Cross thrives

Nine dives, Southern Cross thrives

Nine’s overall revenue was down 6.5%. Southern Cross said net profit rose 19%.

Media briefs: Davis off the list … News shills for News … Hamish and Andy not rating …

Media briefs: Davis off the list … News shills for News … Hamish and Andy not rating …

Who will replace Mark Scott? Plus other media tidbits of the day.

Hit radio’s mental health programming more PR than punishment

Hit radio’s mental health programming more PR than punishment

Southern Cross Austereo was forced to air three hours of ad-free mental health programming last night as a punishment. But the move brought the station plenty of accolades.