• Harold Mitchell will “vigorously defend” himself against accusations by the corporate watchdog
Free TV Australia Chairman Harold Mitchell launched the TVC at an event at Parliament House
Free TV has reiterated its call for an end to outdated advertising blackout periods and rejects the plan for a similar blackout...
Comments on the 2016 Federal Budget from senior broadcasting figures including Free TV Australia, TEN, Seven, The MEAA and more
Free TV CEO Julie Flynn has announced that she will retire in July.
SBS boss warns cuts to programming and services as the legislation allowing the broadcaster to move off-peak advertising minutes into primetime failed...
Almost 90% of Australians believe free-to-air television is valuable, 81% watch Free TV daily
Commercial free-to-air industry generates $3.2b surplus annually + Harold Mitchell uses findings to call for media law reform
SBS could get extra $148m ad revenue in four years and could cost TV jobs, says Free TV Australia boss Harold Mitchell.
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News Corp backs Queensland bid to host 2032 Olympic Games
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Twitter & SBS partner for exclusive FIFA Women’s World Cup content
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