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.
Moonves is resigning and not being fired for cause by the board, which means he is entitled to a rather generous severance package.
Rove McManus and Kyle Sandilands are set to return to the small screen in Channel Ten's new, male-dominated Pilot Week programming.
Bauer Media has scored a significant win in its legal battle with actor Rebel Wilson, who has been ordered to repay $4.1 million -- plus interest -- of a defamation payout she was awarded in September last year.
Nine has announced it's getting tennis a year early, set to broadcast the Australian Open in 2019. The channel reportedly paid $48.5 million to current rights holder Seven to get started earlier.
The Australian Press Council has found that the Sunday Telegraph in breach of standards for an article that implied a woman's death was caused by her son. And other media tidbits of the day.
Fairfax has copped a fine from the Federal Court over a Domain ad that exaggerated its size and reach in the real estate market. And other media tidbits of the day.
There's a good reason you haven't seen Rebel Wilson on networks other than Ten recently. Plus, other media tidbits from the day.
The Commonwealth Games organisers are in damage control after their host broadcaster NEP failed to show footage of any athletes parading into last night's Closing Ceremony.