The Australian today reports on their perception that the Supernetwork run by Bill Caralis has got off fairly lighty during the inquiry. To quote the article

It’s the network that has been immune from criticism thus far, despite its national news being “hubbed” from its Sydney headquarters at Pyrmont (which Caralis purpose-built in 2000 before Seven, Fairfax, DMG Radio and Ten moved into the area).

Supernetwork operations manager James Yelland said the reason was obvious: they delivered local news and broadcasters. “First and foremost we’re independently owned and operated and we’ve always had an agenda since day one to stay independent, and we will continue to do so regardless,” he said. “You must have a local presence and connect with the local audience.” FULL ITEM