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Seven takes the hat trick -again

David Knox March 6, 2011 23

For the third week in a row the Seven Network has won the hat trick: topping network, primary and digital channel wins, demos, nights and cities.

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Colin Lane new host of Ready Steady Cook

David Knox March 3, 2011 488

First it's The Circle, now comedian Colin Lane expands his presenting portfolio replacing Peter Everett on Ready Steady Cook.

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News Corp acquires Shine group

David Knox February 22, 2011 5

News Corporation will acquire 100% of the Shine Group, helmed by Elisabeth Murdoch in a deal worth £415 million.

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Ajay Rochester hits hard times

David Knox February 21, 2011 20

Former Biggest Loser host Ajay Rochester has told a magazine she is broke and jobless.

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Biggest Loser, Blue Bloods update

David Knox February 17, 2011 18

Next Wednesday TEN and Seven will go head to head with 90 minute eps of Biggest Loser & My Kitchen Rules.

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MasterChef signs for 3 more years with TEN

David Knox February 15, 2011 26

Channel TEN has secured MasterChef Australia for three more years with Shine Australia.

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Seven wins first week of 2011 ratings year

David Knox February 13, 2011 16

Bragging rights for the all-important first week of official ratings go to Seven, winning six of seven nights over Nine and TEN.

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Ratings race begins

David Knox February 7, 2011 6

First day of the 2011 ratings season has gone to the Seven Network -by just 1%.

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Seven takes final week of summer

David Knox February 6, 2011 13

Week 6 was just the eye of the ratings storm. Sunday marks the first day of the ratings survey for 2011.

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Cricket beats tennis Final

David Knox January 31, 2011 22

1.38m watched Novak Djokovic defeat Andy Murray -well down on 2010's Men's Final and less than the audience for Nine's One Day International.

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Content is king for TEN

David Knox January 31, 2011 35

As TEN continues to shore up richer US acquisitions, hit local brands and a new third channel, Programmer David Mott says 2011 is more diverse than ever.

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