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					From: Channel 7
Sent: Monday, 18 October 2010 12:06 PM
To: Sashka Koloff
Subject: RE: Media Watch



#1 We cannot discuss the agreement we have with Daydream Island because of a
confidentiality clause - unless Daydream waves that agreement – but we abide by the
relevant privacy legislation.

#2 No guest is required to appear on anything we produce.

#3 The camera crew and producer identify themselves prior to filming and they get
consent – if the crew don’t get consent the guests don’t get filmed.

#4 No - we don’t do that.




From: Sashka Koloff
Sent: Friday, 15 October 2010 1:54 PM
To: Channel 7
Subject: Media Watch query
Importance: High


Media Watch is investigating Lauren Reilly’s hidden camera story for A Current Affair filmed on
Daydream Island. We would like to get a statement from Channel Seven which answers the following
questions;

   1. What is the agreement between Channel Seven and Daydream Island in relation to filming
      the pilot for a reality TV show?
   2. Are guests at Daydream Island required to appear in Channel Seven’s program?
   3. What measures has Channel Seven taken to make sure guests at Daydream Island have
      given their consent to be filmed?
   4. A Current Affair’s report makes the suggestion that the film crew has been buying drinks for
      guests in an effort to get them to “play up”. What is your response?

Due to our production deadlines, we would very much appreciate it if you could get us a response as
soon as you can this afternoon. We’re planning to run this story on Monday.

Regards,

Sashka Koloff
MEDIA WATCH ABC Television
w: abc.net.au/mediawatch

				
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