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Southern Cross Austereo CEO Rys Holleran faces the media about the prank call

Southern Cross Austereo CEO Rys Holleran faces the media about the prank call

Rys Holleran, CEO of Southern Cross Austereo, parent company of 2Day FM. Photo: © Joe Castro/EPA/Corbis

08 Dec 2012, Melbourne, Australia — epa03500885 Southern Cross Austereo CEO Rys Holleran addresses the media about the prank call, Melbourne, Australia, 08 December 2012. Sydney radio station 2Day FM is facing a serious backlash over a royal phone prank after the death of a British nurse, and could potentially lose its broadcast licence. Sydney 2Day FM presenters Mel Greig and Michael Christian have been taken off air after their hoax call to London’s King Edward VII Hospital following the death on 07 December of nurse and mother Jacintha Saldanha, 46. The DJs are thought to have been put through by Ms Saldanha to the ward nurse looking after the Duchess of Cambridge, who was being treated for acute morning sickness. EPA/JOE CASTRO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT — Image by © JOE CASTRO/epa/Corbis