Mediaweek Morning Report

Wednesday June 21 2017

  • Bauer Media names Paul Dykzeul new CEO for ANZ replacing Nick Chan
  • Sony Music’s Parade Management & Glenn Wheatley’s Talentworks join forces
    Roster includes John Farnham, Jessica Mauboy, Samantha Jade and more
  • Fox Sports’ platforms only place to see every ball live in ICC Women’s World Cup
  • Crocmedia’s Off The Bench TV moves from Prime7 to Southern Cross Nine
  • smoothfm team gets even stronger as Ben Latimer makes return to radio
  • KEO Films to quit Australia, Brendan Dahill departing, what next for hit formats?
  • Greens offer media law deal, but Govt wants to push ahead with Senate vote
  • Sydney community radio station wins big at New York Festivals Radio Awards
  • UK regulators to rule next week on 21st Century Fox’s takeover of Sky
  • Michael Ware joins HMMG for media, speaking and production projects
  • Natalie Bassingthwaighte joins cast of Ten’s drama The Wrong Girl
  • Michael Mosley is back on SBS next month with two new factual formats
  • Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen allows Seven’s Sunday Night into his UK home
  • Freeview announces upgrades for Freeview Plus including image-based browsing
  • Brewer Lion pulls sponsorship of Wallabies, Tooheys moves to NSWRL
  • Week 25 TV: Tuesday
    Network Ten – what crisis? TEN #1 as network close to #1 combined
    Heston army arrives as MasterChef posts yet another 900,000+ crowd

New magazines this week

Seven Days

Mediaweek’s James Manning joins Kruti Joshi in this episode of the Seven Days podcast. The pair discuss the Ten funding crisis, Rebel Wilson‘s defamation case win, the Global Spotlight refugee crisis project, changes to the Yahoo7 JV and Mia Freedman‘s controversy over Roxane Gay comments.

Listen online here.

Mediaweek TV

Mediaweek’s James Manning and Andrew Mercado talk TV in the Mediaweek TV Podcast. James is reporting from Manchester in the UK and Andrew is in South West Rocks NSW after a busy long weekend at the South West Roxy cinema.

Listen online here.