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Media Flash - June 4, 2001

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One-Tel: Aftermath Is A Bit Rich

* RUPERT MURDOCH'S News Limited stands to lose $575 million from its investment into the now insolvent One.Tel, and the agenda-setting Daily Telegraph edited by CAMPBELL REID, is wasting no time in presenting a campaign against One.Tel co-founder JODEE RICH, and to a lesser degree BRAD KEELING. Reporters ANNA COCK and BRUCE McDOUGALL'S coverage of RICH is liberally sprinkled with references to his Vaucluse 'mansion', a $14 million bonus shared with his co-founder, and his Cranbrook School CV. Journalist STAVRO SOFIOS covers the bidding by Federal Treasurer PETER COSTELLO and NSW Premier BOB CARR for the founders to hand back their $7 million bonuses. WARREN'S cartoon has RICH looking like death. In Melbourne, SARAH BLAKE'S Sunday Herald Sun report even suggests 'Jail Threat To One.Tel Pair'.

* The national News Limited coverage of One.Tel co-directors JAMES PACKER and LACHLAN MURDOCH is somewhat more sympathetic. They claim they were 'profoundly misled' over the true financial state of the company. Interestingly, The Australian newspaper was able to 'obtain' briefing papers for a One.Tel January 25 board meeting: GEOFF ELIOTT, MARK WESTFIELD and DENNIS SHANAHAN reported that One.Tel was predicted to post a $41 million profit for a six-month period. 'MR RICH told investors seven days later that the figure would be $10 million.'

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Giant Loss for ABC, Shier

* GAIL JARVIS resigned on Friday as ABC Director of Television, after just nine months in the job. PILITA CLARK of The Sydney Morning Herald described JARVIS as 'the most prominent of the hand-picked executives' of ABC chief JONATHAN SHIER. JARVIS is the third such senior exec. to leave SHIER in recent months. Also to leave were Head of Program Development, GUY DUNSTAN, and Head of Drama, TONY VIRGO. 'She has also struggled to explain a dramatic fall in ABC ratings, down 20 per cent this year,' says CLARK. AMANDA MEADE, in The Weekend Australian, predicts SANDRA LEVY 'is almost certain to take over from MS JARVIS'.

AJN Distances From Gutnick

* JOSEPH GUTNICK, rabbi, mining company entrepreneur and recent Melbourne Football Club President, has been receiving plenty of media coverage (particularly in Victoria). A public perception is that any criticism of his tactics is always labelled by GUTNICK as 'anti-semetic'. DEBORAH STONE'S Melbourne Edition of The Australian Jewish News did its best to walk on egg-shells this week to distance itself from GUTNICK playing the race card so often. It tried - oh so hard - to veil its thoughts by also linking GUTNICK with AMA president KERRYN PHELPS.

* STONE'S Editorial - 'Jews In The Spotlight' - said: 'DR PHELPS and MR GUTNICK have their admirers and their detractors inside and outside the Jewish community. What we must ask of the non-Jewish community is they remember these individuals are just that. They are not representatives of this community, just individuals who happen to belong to it. Danger comes only when we generalise. If the non-Jewish world learnt anything about our community from last weekend's papers it should be how little it is possible to stereotype a community. The lesbian doctor-cum-reform convert and Orthodox-rabbi-cum-businessman-cum-football president are ambassadors only of a Jewish community that is vital and varied.'

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APN Takes Lead At Brisbane FM

* THE O'REILLY FAMILY'S APN News & Media's Australian Radio Network (ARN) will manage the new Brisbane FM Radio Pty Ltd, owned jointly between ARN and DMG Radio. The JV company paid $67 million at auction last week for the Queensland capital city licence.

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Hinch Rejects Bankruptcy Jibe

* DERRYN HINCH, 3AK morning host, rejected a jibe by Footy Show compere EDDIE McGUIRE that he (HINCH) was a bankrupt. He said he had paid 'every dollar in the dollar'. HINCH was appearing on TV as a back-up to self-deposed Melbourne Football Club President JOE GUTNICK. HINCH says he had decided not to campaign to become a Director of the Melbourne Football Club, because of a perception of conflict of interest with his job as a journalist. He exampled the perception of conflict between McGUIRE, who also holds the Presidency of Collingwood Football Club, in addition to media business interests. HINCH says he had been defamed last week on rival station 3AW, after declaring a possible interest in running for the MFC Board. That station questioned potential directors passing probity checks, as required by any company linked with gaming machines.

3AK Links With 2GB: Report

* JOHN JOST, 3AK CEO, has negotiated its news link with Sydney radio station 2GB, according to ROWENA STRETTON in The Melbourne Weekly Magazine. The notion of 3AK broadcasting 'Macquarie National News', which for so long was the signature of rival 3AW, amuses. DENIS O'KANE, 3AK new News Director, says rather than start as a premiership 'Essendon' news team, AK will commence as a 'St Kilda'.

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* THE LAKE TIMES, at Shellharbour City (NSW South Coast) is recruiting a graded journalist. The publisher, Weston Print, bills itself as 'Australia's oldest family-owned newspaper company'.

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Melbourne Memo

* COLIN DUCK'S Geelong Advertiser is promoting its Geelong Info Pages directory, delivered free to more than 100,00 homes. The business and community services directory also has a 32-page colour street directory. It is linked to the website.

* GEOFF HOOK, 72, has retired from producing his Herald Sun 'Jeff' cartoons. He had a 37-year association with the tabloid, and is well known for his long professional association with KEITH DUNSTAN of A Place In The Sun.

* NEIL THOMSON'S obituary in The Dandenong Journal remembered his days at 2GF, 3GL, 3NE, 3BA, 3KZ and 3UZ. It also noted as Mayoralty of Oakleigh in 1973-74, and as Senior Publicity Officer for Department of Premier and Cabinet in 1981.

Queensland Quips

* BOB GORDON, Editor-in-Chief of the Gold Coast Bulletin, seems to be enjoying a good old-fashioned tabloid punch-up with Queensland Premier PETER BEATTIE. The State's top politician penned a letter to Friday's paper, telling GORDON to give local politicians 'a fair go' on the daylight saving issue. To avoid faded curtains, BEATTIE promised Queensland voters that daylight saving would not be on his agenda, even though Gold Coast Labor MPs want to be in synch. with the rest of the nation. GORDON reproduced the letter in both Friday and Weekend editions, along with his vigorous reply.

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South Aussie Snips

* LAURA KENDALL, 20, Journalist at The Advertiser, was named the national Young Journalist of the Year, on Thursday night in Sydney.

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* JENNY MOWBRAY, ABC, is on the hunt for an Executive Producer, TV Indigenous Programs Unit - Sydney.

* MELBOURNE - ABC is recruiting a Senior HR Advisor and an HR Advisor.

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Long Shots

* ELAINE CANTY, one-time ABC afternoon host (and partner of ROY MASTERS of The Sydney Morning Herald) is standing as a candidate to be Melbourne Deputy Lord Mayor.

* COL ALLAN, recently Daily Telegraph Editor-in-Chief, and now E-i-C at The New York Post, cops another caning from GABRIEL SYNDER of The New York Observer.

* BRIAN BLACKWELL, a Sunday Observer colleague from another life (1973-77), became one of this week's Media Flash Confidential new subscribers: 'I've been Editor of Practical Punting Monthly since 1985 (yes, a small independent mag can make it!) and also edit the highly successful website, the Practical Punting Daily Club. Love your newsletter, keep up the good work. When you do another edition of Long Shots, bloody well make sure I get mentioned! Cheers mate.'

Editor's E-Mail

* BRENDAN CALIGARI, Assistant Advertising Manager of The Geelong Advertiser, writes: '

'Regarding the Sunday Advertiser, I feel that it is important that you should be informed that we did make a "major announcement" about the closure on page three of the Wednesday edition of the Geelong Advertiser, the day after the official announcement was made to staff. To re-print the information again in the Saturday edition would have been pointless, as the news was three days old by that stage. * MEDIA FLASH replies: 'As you are well aware, The Geelong Advertiser has many weekend-only readers. Your circulation figures clearly show this. An announcement in Saturday's edition, I feel, would have been of service to us as readers, rather than 'pointless'. Nonetheless, keep up the good efforts on the other six days. I particularly like GT.' Stix And Stones

* STEVE STICKNEY, Editor at The Manly Daily, looks at a whippet, a whippersnapper, a whipper and a whopper.

* 'The vows should be written like a dog's licence that has to be renewed every year'' - rockin' ROD STEWART makes a mongrel of a comparison while slagging of the 'til-death-do-us-part bit of traditional marriage ceremonies. UK wire service.

* 'It is my title and if he wants to take it, he's gonna have to do it in a professional ring. As I have limited access to professional venues, he can meet me at 4.02 after school on Friday' - seven-year-old XANNAN 'XAN THE MAN' SHIRLEY issues a challenge to boxer TONY MUNDINE to stop using the nickname `The Man' or face the consequences. Spike (SMH).

* 'You understand that will cost you extra' - Hollywood's most famous madam HEIDI FLEISS'S comment to the policeman who handcuffed her after she was arrested for violating the terms of her parole. Heat magazine (US).

* 'The annual contest is won by the contestant who, with her grace, elegance and size, best exhibits the characteristics of an elephant' - bizarre twist to the beauty pageant tradition showcased at the Jumbo Queen 2001 contest in Bangkok, Thailand. Associated Press.

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Media Money

* 225 EXECUTIVES AND STAFF: The 'greatest injection of highly skilled jobs into the City since the expansion of Liverpool Hospital'. Mayor GEORGE PACIULLO welcomes Fairfax Community Newspapers State Manager JOHN STAFFORD to new headquarters at ... you guessed it ... Liverpool. Printing is closing at Condell Park, and moving to Fairfax print headquarters at Chullora.

* $100,000: reported fee to actress LISA McCUNE from Australian Women's Weekly for photos of baby ARCHER.

The Last Word

* KATE McCLYMONT, Editor of 'Sauce' in The Sydney Morning Herald, notes the use of a hidden camera by A Current Affair in the Mosman mansion of RITA WILLIAMS, wife of HIH founder RAY WILLIAMS: 'Obviously a devotee of this very practice is ACA host MIKE MUNRO, whose Mosman abode is in the name of his wife LEA.'


* JOHN BLACKMAN, and his 'DICKY KNEE' character, star in the latest Daewoo TV commercials released this week. BLACKMAN counts his savings on the $13,999 vehicle, and is called a 'Merchant Banker' by the head-on-a-stick. Not as much a 'banker' as the tragic radio station who let go his services earlier this year, we think.

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Australian Media Job Directory


* DOUG EDWARDS, Prime TV General Manager - Southern New South Wales, wants to appoint a Sales Manager for the Dickson office (ACT). Fax: (02) 6242 3889.

* ANDREW LAZARUS of Hamilton James & Bruce is hunting for a Public Affairs manager for an 'energy solutions' company. The job pays $120,000.

* TRIPLE M, ADELAIDE, wants a Client Promotions Manager. PO Box 104.7, Unley, SA 5061.

* ROBYN AINSWORTH, Chief-of-Staff at Cumberland Newspaper Group, seeks a full-time mid-graded Reporter.

* INVESTOR WEEKLY is offering a Journalism Trainee position, Sydney.

* LORRAINE MORAN wants a Journalist/Production Editor for Australian Patchwork and Quilting monthly.

* PETER SALT at Hamilton James & Bruce, Sydney, is fielding queries for the Communications Manager position at the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

* THE WEEKLY TRADING POST, ADELAIDE seeks part-time Telemarketers. (08) 8366 7123.

* VICKI TROTTER, at Beilby Perth, is offering retainer and high commission for a TV Program/Media Ad Sales position.

* ANGIE BRADBURY at Liquid Ideas, Melbourne, is examining applications for a Public Relations Manager for the 'wine, leisure and lifestyle industries', either Sydney or Melbourne based.

* ANGELOS FRANGOPOULOS, Managing Editor at Sky News Australia, has a raft of job vacancies: News Producer (3 positions), Technical Director, Junior IT Engineer, and two Station Trainees.

* EVA PRESSER'S Perth Channel Nine is looking for a Program and Presentation Manager. PO Box 99, Tuart Hill, WA 6939.

* DAVID MELZER, President, Community Broadcasting Association of Australia, is seeking a General Manager, with the position paying up to $75,000. The CBAA has membership of 200-plus radio stations, as well as a number of community TV stations. 146 Cotham Road, Kew, 3101.

* JULIE NARDUZZO, at The Herald & Weekly Times Ltd, is accepting paperwork from people looking to become a Regional Reporter at The Weekly Times.

* MITCH DALY, Sales Manager at Fairfax Community Newspapers' Whitehorse Journal, seeks a Display Sales Representative to work from the Dandenong office.

* STEVE BRACKS' Victorian Government - Department of Premier and Cabinet is appointing a Director, Strategic Communications and Government Information. JOANNE REED, HR Services, is receiving the applications.

* D.J. COX, Chief Executive, Geelong Racing Club, is advertising for a Corporate Sales and Marketing Manager.

* QUEENSLAND NEWSPAPERS is recruiting a Pre-Press Controller, and a Scanning/Layouts Clerk.

* NANCY VEART, National Advertising Manager of The Australian Financial Review and BOSS Magazine, is recruiting an Advertising Manager (Victoria).

* REX GARDNER'S Mercury newspaper in Hobart (Tas.) seeks a part-time Artist/designer. davies Brothers Ltd, GPO Box 334D, Hobart, Tas. 7001.

* STEVE BURNHAM, Fairfax Business Media, is appointing a Magazine Designer for Melbourne. Work will be on titles such as Shares, Personal Investor, Asset and CFO. He is also looking for a Sub-Editor to work on the same titles.

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