Mediaweek Morning Report

Wednesday April 26 2017

  • Women’s sport win: Basketball’s new three-year partnership with Fox Sports
  • Could ban on gambling ads during games be extended to pre- and post-game?
    Lobbying to ensure FTA and subscription TV compensated after betting ban
  • Network Ten renegotiating US content deals with 21st Century Fox and CBS
  • Australia part of international Huffington Post rebrand: New logo and homepage
  • Media people: Melanie Lindquist joins Adshel, Martin Hadley promoted at Starcom Sydney
  • Bill O’Reilly is back Monday-Thursday 7pm – it will cost fans $4.95 monthly
  • Wikipedia: “People are increasingly unsure about what they can trust online”
  • House of Bond miniseries “shameful” and “inaccurate”, says Bond family
  • MasterChef judges have some friendly advice for their MKR counterparts
  • Cricket Australia cash scare: Investment bank urges Nine to axe cricket
  • Box Office: The Fate Of The Furious speeds past $22m on second weekend
  • TV Week 17: Tuesday
    My Kitchen Rules secures biggest 7.30pm audience after massive Seven News crowd

    Nine’s The Voice pulls biggest Sydney/Melbourne audience
    Anzac Day Essendon v Collingwood over 1.1m metro for Seven and Fox Footy

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