Mediaweek Morning Report

Wednesday July 26 2017

  • Australian Ninja Warrior finished…without naming an Australian Ninja Warrior!
  • The Guardian cuts annual losses and reports continued growth in Australia
    International print & digital news brand aiming for break-even by 2019
  • The Multiplier Effect: Why you should include print magazines in media mix
  • Hugh Marks reveals NEC exec restructure, hires News Corp’s Karen Madden
  • David Mott strengthens ITV Studios: Hires FMA’s Beth Hart, new role for Ben Ulm
  • Scott Cam on The Block 2017: “Some did it the hard way, and some the easy way”
  • After UK fail, critic asks: “Are we doomed to another year of Seal on The Voice?”
  • After too many reality TV B teams, Hell’s Kitchen praised: “This cast is a great mix”
  • TV exec warns on scheduling: “Bingeing will burn out a lot faster than we think”
  • Netflix latest big signing: Matt Groening making 20 episodes of new cartoon series
  • Week 30 TV: Tuesday
    Australian Ninja Warrior didn’t find a winner, but it found 2m+ metro viewers for final
    Nine’s biggest non-sport asset delivers again – 36.6% Tuesday share, 3.08m national
    ABC has most viewers against Ninja – 7.30 on 570k & Joanna Lumley with 529k

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Seven Days

Mediaweek’s James Manning and Kruti Joshi round up the week in media news. The discussion includes Game Of Thrones, Foxtel’s Picnic At Hanging Rock sale, SBS’s midyear showcase, the return of radio hosts after the winter ratings break, BBC’s 13th Time Lord + broadcaster salaries revealed, news readership, and more.

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