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Network Ten Redundancies: “There’ll Be A Rush For The Exits”

“Politicians have been warned of the dire consequences if media laws aren’t changed, and yesterday those predictions were proven correct. It’s now more important than ever that you make these changes before it’s too late. To all of our viewers who’ve been in contact, thank you for your lovely messages, but don’t worry, we’re not going anywhere.”

However, The Australian is today reporting that One Nation is shifting its position on the media reforms and could vote in favour of them if the two-out-of-three rule was watered down.

According to the report, One Nation senator Brian Burston has suggested a new “three-out-of-four rule” which would allow media operators to own a radio, TV and newspaper company but not, for example, a cable television ­network.


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