Tuesday, December 11, 2012

We broke no laws, says royal prank station:The 2Day FM



THE radio network behind the royal prank call insists it did nothing wrong and broke no laws, despite a London hospital saying 2Day FM failed to check with it before the hoax was broadcast.
Southern Cross Austereo said it had reviewed the airing of the prank call conducted by 2Day FM DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian with two London nurses, one of whom was later found dead in a suspected suicide.
“Company protocols were adhered to,” the company said in a statement today.
London's King Edward VII's Hospital, which was treating Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine, earlier questioned 2Day FM's claim it had tried to contact hospital officials five times to discuss the prank call before putting it to air.
Australian radio guidelines say subjects of a prank should give their permission for material recorded during a hoax call to be aired.

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