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Murdoch fingerprints all over Ten's body

SMH |  14 June 2017  |  News

Ten Network Holdings isn't dead yet, but it's on life support with administrators appointed. Should an autopsy be conducted, Murdoch fingerprints and DNA will be found all over the body.

It's not in the Murdochs' interest to actually kill Ten: It's best kept alive as a rich source of income for various arms of their empire, plus the potential of harvesting body parts if/when federal parliament is bent to the industry's will by removing the remaining restraints on cross-media ownership and audience reach.

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