Ten creditors, staff to be paid out under CBS deal

Ten creditors, staff to be paid out under CBS deal

Posted September 04, 2017 20:54:19 Ten Network’s secured creditors and staff will be paid out in full under the restructuring plan to sell the company to the US broadcasting giant CBS. But key content providers such as production houses on contract to Ten will only receive 100 cents in the dollar if they remain with the network. In a statement, Ten administrators KordaMentha said CBS was working with the Rupert Murdoch-controlled 20th Century Fox to renegotiate its content agreement with the network that is estimated to be worth $200 million….

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Seeking a reunited Korea through reality TV

Seeking a reunited Korea through reality TV

Posted September 05, 2017 05:10:25 Photo: Eunhee Park has been living in Seoul since escaping North Korea. (ABC News: Barbara Miller) Related Story: US warns of ‘massive military response’ after North Korea’s biggest nuke test “Until the day North and South Korea reunite, this is Now on My Way to Meet You.” Those are the opening lines of a show that has given many South Koreans their first taste of what life in the reclusive North is like. Even the show’s head writer struggles to define the show: it’s part…

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Revealed: Paulini’s shocking driving record

Revealed: Paulini’s shocking driving record

Singer Paulini drove on fake licence for a year Paulini could face jail over fake licence scam The atrocious driving history of singer Paulini can be revealed after she pleaded guilty to bribing an RMS employee $850 for a fake licence which allowed her to drive illegally on NSW roads for a year. The Australian Idol favourite and star of The Bodyguard musical has racked up 11 driving offences despite having ever only held a learner driver’s licence. Today a Sydney court heard the singer hoped to obtain her full…

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Double dose of positive news for Olympic Dam

Double dose of positive news for Olympic Dam

AN underground expansion together with impressive copper extraction trial results has BHP’s Olympic Dam asset president Jacqui McGill excited about the long-term future of the site. Ms McGill was in Adelaide today to celebrate dual milestones: the mining of the first ore from the southern mine area (SMA) and the first copper cathode produced from heap leach trials. “The move into the SMA forms the foundation of Olympic Dam’s long-term expansion plans, and successful tests of the heap leach copper extraction technology have the potential to support an increase in…

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XFEL: Brilliant X-ray laser comes online

XFEL: Brilliant X-ray laser comes online

Image copyrightXFEL Image caption The XFEL was considered a must-have machine for European scienceOne of the most powerful X-ray machines ever built has officially opened in the German city of Hamburg. The facility, which has cost more than a billion euros to build, will be used to study the detailed structure of matter, atom by atom. It is called the European X-ray Free Electron Laser (XFEL). Scientists say the way it shines light on targets will permit, for example, chemical bonds to be filmed in the instant that they are…

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