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Ex-News Corp exec Peter Tonagh in line to head public broadcaster efficiency reviewND


Max Mason, The Australian Financial Review, Friday July 6 2018

Former Foxtel chief executive Peter Tonagh could lead the efficiency review of the ABC and SBS, according to sources. Mr Tonagh left News Corp earlier this year, which has led some to be concerned about his eligibility to run an efficiency review into public broadcasting. The sources said however that Mr Tonagh was well respected, had experience in running TV stations and had admiration for the ABC and SBS’s missions. Communications Minister Mitch Fifield declined to comment on who would lead the efficiency review, but made clear it would not consider changes to either the public broadcaster’s charter, the editorial policies of the national broadcasters, allowing advertising on the ABC, charging for digital services, privatisation or a merger of the two channels.

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