Mediaweek Morning Report

Thursday July 27 2017

  • Nine launches The Block: The Street, announces season 13 client partners
  • How Australian Ninja Warrior conquered a multiplatform media obstacle course
  • News Corp Aust executive chairman Michael Miller outlines four key priorities
  • Oaktree Capital in talks with David Gyngell about Network Ten investment
    AFR reveals 10 parties have expressed interest in the TV broadcaster
  • TEG forms strategic alliance with Division Agency to promote national tours
  • Foxtel re-signs its UFC agreement for Main Event and Fox Sports
  • ARN appoints former Cummins & Partners strategist Gareth Cooper in new role
  • News Corp and Fairfax Media journalists amongst Kennedy Awards nominees
  • Walkley Foundation announces winners for its midyear awards:
    Guardian’s Paul Farrell named Young Australian Journalist Of The Year
  • Robb Report Australia launches AI-powered app to deliver tailored content to readers
  • See oOh!media’s hyper-local regional campaign for Carlton & United
  • Kinderling Radio partners with G8 Education for new Play & Learn program
  • ITV profit: Increased programs sales offset decline in advertising sales
  • Ed Sheeran helps lift UK music sales 11.2% to £564m in first half of 2017
  • Week 30 TV: Wednesday
    What a difference a day makes: Seven & Ten fight for the top, Nine #3
    Seven’s familiar schedule narrowly outrates Ten’s new-look Wednesday
    Networks share east coast leadership: one each for Seven, Nine and TEN

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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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