Media Watch vindicates Daydream

DAYDREAM Island Resort and Spa management believes they have been “vindicated” by the ABC's Media Watch report.

Last week, media watch ran a program about the recent story on Channel nine's “A Current Affair”.

The Channel Nine show alleged Daydream had been filming guests without their permission as part of a new Channel Seven pilot show based on the running of an island resort.

However, resort manager Greg betty said that contrary to the October 12 report, guests were only involved in the production if they expressly provided their written permission.

“We feel vindicated by the Media Watch report which exposed the deception behind this story and even labelled it a waste of time and money,” Mr Betty said.

“A Current Affair never asked for permission to film on Daydream, nor did it ask the permission of the guests and staff who were secretly interviewed during their report.

“The hypocrisy surrounding the story is incredible and Daydream is delighted that the truth behind the deception has been revealed,” he said.


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