$13m loss leads to job cuts at Network Ten

NETWORK Ten's Queensland TV news team has reportedly been "gutted" with 10 senior staff sacked after the broadcaster posted a full year loss of almost $13 million.

The Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) says it understands 10 senior staff have been made redundant but they were unsure of details.

"We're seeking feedback from people at the moment. We've had a lot of comment and a lot of inquiries this morning," a spokesman said.

"Once we collate the details we can decide the best way forward."



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