Aboard the Touch-And-Go, currently in orbit above Celeschul.
Welcome to the HN3 Sunday edition of "Skyline." I'm Tarn Betnetter.
And I'm Ponju Striithpok. They're calling it "The Death of Reality Television," Tarn.
Yes, Ponju. The investment outlook for HTRN the "Hypernet Televised Reality Network," is bleak.
A few short-sellers made a killing, but with HTRN stock down almost ninety points to two and a quarter, there is a lot of pain in the market.
The big winner appears to be Fez Bejo. Magic Dreamland Entertainment's CEO. In lightning trading he acquired controlling interest of HTRN.
Winner? There's not much to be acquired. Accounts have been drained, the principal facility is a total loss, and the insurance company is screaming "fraud."
True. But for pennies on the dollar, Bejo gained control of the stiffest competition he had in prime time-slots.
San Asimov police caught up with HTRN CEO Richard Skinner, vacationing on Mahuitalotu. He insists he's innocent of any wrongdoing.
Unknown are his motives for allegedly stripping the company bare and burning it to the ground.
Trial by media, a gross miscarriage of justice... Nice work, Massey.
In a related story, San Asimov police are still looking for this woman, whom they believe to be in the employ of a company of mercenaries.
Captain, a police cruiser has matched orbits. They claim to have a warrant.
At least we don't need to keep waiting for the other shoe to drop.