Seven wants an advance copy of Adam Boland's new book. Despite his assurances there's nothing in it to worry about, the network has taken him to court to get it.
There were tears, singing and general zaniness for Wake Up's last show. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
The problems at the Ten Network go well beyond its ill-fated breakfast show. Poor programming decisions are cruelling the No. 3 network, write Myriam Robin and Glenn Dyer.
After him, he's got a press pass! ... A wink to where it came from ... Adam Boland's return to TV -- delayed ... A break in the MH370 case? ...
Spy games: Bernard Collaery's case ... Joe Hockey's beer index test ... Schoolkids heard the curse ... New and old at The Courier-Mail ... John Hartigan finally lands on his feet ...
The marathon stretch of cricket and tennis is nearly over -- thank goodness.
Network chiefs take note: when your digital channels score more viewers than your main channel, there's something seriously wrong.
It was melodrama all round last night as Home and Away and Jamie: Private School Girl finished their respective seasons.