Network Ten could be broken up and sold off for the benefit of its bank and three billionaire shareholders by the end of the year if a transformation project fails to improve its fortunes.
Lucy Battersby has covered trends, technology and telecommunications since joining The Age in 2008.
After its shocking loss, the future of struggling commercial TV station Ten Network now lies in the hands of the federal government, the Commonwealth Bank, and its billionaire shareholders.
Cricket Australia is facing a major revenue crisis as global investment bank urges end to coverage.
Shares in Ten Network are starting this week at historical lows as the market braces for the company's half-year results.
Popular Australian sporting codes may no longer be broadcast on free-to-air television if the networks lose gambling advertising revenue, a major media company has warned.
Village Roadshow Limited has reduced its stake in its loss-making film financing arm, thus relieving itself of any further funding obligations.
It might flash brightly and relentlessly throughout sporting events, but digital in-stadium signage is barely visible in industry statistics.
TPG will offer six months of free mobile services to entice customers when it launches a new mobile network next year.
TPG will build its own mobile network covering Australia in a move set to shake up the telecommunications landscape.
News Corp will sack all but a few photographers in each capital city.