Prime Minister Turnbull met with network bosses on Friday at his office in Sydney, to discuss licence fee cuts.
The Australian reports it was a roll call of execs including Free TV chairman Harold Mitchell, Seven CEO Tim Worner (before jetting to Melbourne for the AFL weekend), Nine CEO Hugh Marks, TEN CEO Paul Anderson plus Southern Cross Austereo regulatory head Creina Chapman, Prime Media general counsel Emma McDonald and Imparja Television chief executive Alistair Feehan.
With opinions divided on media reform, the only thing all are understood to agree over are reduced licence fees.
They were followed by Foxtel chief executive Peter Tonagh and ASTRA chair Tony Shepherd.
Central to the Pay TV lobby’s concerns are changes to the anti-siphoning list -bitterly opposed by the Free to Air lobby.