7News has obtained a copy of Rebecca Maddern’s Novak Djokovic video investigation.

The alleged leak of a video showing Seven News presenters Rebecca Maddern and Mike Amor slamming tennis player Novak Djokovic was taken with “appropriate action” by closed captioning firm Ai-Media.

Footage of the new network hire and veteran broadcaster slamming the tennis star after a court ruled he would be allowed to stay in Australia went viral on Tuesday night.

The scandal sent the Seven Network scrambling to identify the source of the leak.

Ai-Media Technologies Limited, which provides Channel 7’s captioning service, confirmed on Friday that one of its employees was to blame.

The video can be found by scrolling down.

The company said in a statement to the Australian Stock Exchange that it had taken “appropriate action” against the perpetrator.

“Ai-Media has identified that an employee working remotely due to the COVID-19 outbreak was responsible for the unauthorized distribution of the content,” according to the statement.

“Appropriate action has been taken against the responsible employee.”

Tony Abrahams, CEO of the company, said Ai-Media assured the Seven Network that no further leaks would occur.

“As Australia’s leading provider of captioning services, we recognize the importance of our work in making media accessible and inclusive to wider audiences while protecting our clients’ confidential information,” he said. declared.

“We have strong, long-standing relationships in the Australian media industry, and we value our five-year partnership with the Seven Network.”

“This is the first such incident in Ai-Media’s 19-year history, and we have implemented stricter controls to prevent it from happening again.”

As she prepared to present the station’s 6 p.m. news program, Ms Maddern called Djokovic a “liar, sneaky, asshole” in the video.

“That’s it, he’s an asshole,” she continued.

He got a ***** gf***** gf***** gf***** gf***** gf***** gf***** gf**** *gf***** gf***** gf***** g apologize then fell on his own

That’s how things are, isn’t it? That’s how it goes.

Ms Maddern later apologized to her superiors for bashing the world number one.

Network executives launched a “witch hunt” investigation into the incident, which soon revealed that an employee of external captioning service Ai-Media was to blame for the alleged leak.

Investigation revealed that a timestamp in the upper right corner of the video did not belong to the Seven Network, but to an outsourced group.

The Seven Network has been contacted by Daily Mail Australia for comment.

News Director for Seven…

Nokia News – A Quick Summary

Ai-Media has confirmed that an employee is responsible for the Seven Network leak An employee of the service leaked a video of two newsreaders slamming Djokovic Rebecca Maddern called the tennis star a “liar, sneaky, a*** in a leaked video, the network should report the incident to the police once the culprit is found.


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