Network Ten (channel 10) Complaints Procedure

Complaints about Network Ten (included telecasts on affiliated stations) should in the first instance be made in writing to the channel’s State head office. These contact details can be found here:

http://ten.com.au/contact-us.htm

Alternatively, a complaints form can be completed or downloaded from Free TV Australia here:

http://bit.ly/ukwK8Z

Network Ten is owned by Ten Network Holdings Limited and is associated with Fox Studios and Mr Rupert Murdoch, the CEO of News Corp. Mr Murdoch’s son, Lachlan Murdoch, is the non-executive director of Ten Network Holdings Limited.

Other directors and management staff (with mini profiles) can be found here:

http://bit.ly/QA6ior

 

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2 thoughts on “Network Ten (channel 10) Complaints Procedure

    • The Bolt Report will reappear on Channel Ten on Sunday, March 2, 2014. It will be extended to one hour and will include a new segment of news media critique by Bolt.

      Because Bolt’s boss, Rupert Murdoch, controls the bulk of news media in Australia it is unlikely the “no fear, no favours” Bolt will criticise or analyse News Corp media coverage. That leaves Fairfax, some smaller groups, the ABC and Social Media.

      In the row that followed News Corp’s camapign against the federal Labor government during last year’s election campaign, News Corp also renewed its attack on the ABC. During that row Bolt suggested he should present the ABC’s Media Watch to overcome what he claimed was a lack of Right-wing presenters on ABC TV. He also says he’s not Right wing.

      I don’t know if Bolt’s suggestion was serious or facetious, but it seems the idea struck a chord with Murdoch, who pays for the production of The Bolt Report on Channel 10 (which his son Lachlan partly owns).

      I am predicting the news media critique segment will be largely a platform for the sustained attack on the ABC, which is likely to receive less funding in the May federal Budget.

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