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Channel 10's demise reflects an industry 'splintering' under the digital age

From ABC News (Australia)
Posted 14 June 2017, 4.47pm edt

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Network Ten's descent into voluntary administration reflects a "splintering" of the entertainment industry, stakeholders say, as the digital age challenges everything from sports coverage to advertising and the future of free-to-air television.


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