Seven exec offered international role

Executive at centre of legal tussle with Ten accepted new role to stay on.

The Seven Network executive at the centre of a legal tussle with rival Ten about his services ­accepted an international role to stay with Seven a month after it showed interest in acquiring British broadcaster Channel 5.

The intriguing twist has emerged in an affidavit recently lodged at the Supreme Court of NSW after The Australian revealed that Seven was considering making a firm bid for British media tycoon Richard Desmond’s TV network.

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