Mediaweek Morning Report

Wednesday July 12 2017

  • Staff cuts at Nine as Darwin 6pm News to be produced from Brisbane soon
    Nine Darwin promises continued strong local news content says GM Andrew Bruyn
  • Guy Dobson: Carrie and Tommy in the “box seat” to replace Hamish & Andy
  • Benchmark study analyses mixing outdoor ads with other media for best results
  • $843m: CBS International revealed as the single largest creditor to Network Ten
  • Southern Cross Austereo appoints sales veteran Will Allen national head of TV sales
  • Foxtel teams with JCDecaux to spread the word about Game Of Thrones season 7
  • Twitter to host live underwater broadcast from The Great Barrier Reef
  • The Block season 13 ready to take over Ninja Warrior timeslot from July 30
  • Court documents reveal name of another media executive linked to Amber Harrison
  • Magazines: As executives continue to depart Bauer, Hearst restructures in UK
  • BuzzFeed Australia invests in editorial talent with three reporters joining team
  • Report: Nine wants new cricket deal soon, Cricket Australia can wait until early 2018
  • 25th ESPYs to honour Eunice Kennedy Shriver during ESPN telecast Thursday
  • Wednesday feature: Inside Nine’s new explosive hit series Australian Ninja Warrior
  • Week 28 TV: Tuesday
    Nine’s Ninja Warrior still strong after three nights of competition
    Nine takes no prisoners: 8.8 lead before Origin broadcast
    Seven’s Behave Yourself & Mummies disappoint in new timeslots

New magazines this week

Olly Wilton: Twitter and sport

Olly Wilton is the head of sports partnerships at Twitter Australia and he’s got a great job talking about sports to sports people and attending some great events. He talked with Mediaweek‘s James Manning about everything from hashtags and emojis to the best sports teams all around the world to follow on Twitter, how players, clubs and fans use the platform, through to some of the big sporting events that Twitter be working with later this year.

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Nova's Kent "Smallzy" Small

Mediaweek’s Kruti Joshi visits Australia’s #1 nightly presenter Kent “Smallzy” Small at the Nova Entertainment office in Sydney. Smallzy discusses career lessons, being fired, interviewing some of the biggest celebrities in the world and engaging with listeners on social media.

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Seven Days

Mediaweek’s James Manning and Kruti Joshi talk about the media headlines of the week. Topics this week include Fairfax, Ten, the new Optus content play, The Australian Women’s Weekly’s new editor and more.

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