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The ABC threatens media diversity, not Fairfax/Nine

27 July 2018

9:32 AM

27 July 2018

9:32 AM

Yesterday Fairfax Media and Nine Entertainment announced that they will merge, forming a media organisation worth $4.2 billion.

The new organisation will be known as Nine.

This merger has only been able to occur due to the recent media market liberalisation by the Coalition Government in abolishing the two-out-of-three rule. Which prevented a media organisation from owning local newspapers, television stations and radio stations in a single city.

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