Mediaweek Morning Report

Tuesday June 27 2017

  • KordaMentha claims multiple interested parties lining up for possible Ten offers
  • The Australian apologises to Ten chairman David Gordon after share sale claim
  • Terry McCrann on what it could mean for Ten if it goes into receivership
  • Seven West Media appoints Perth advertising veteran John Driscoll CEO of WA
  • MasterChef Australia’s Top 10 of 2017 revealed, who goes to Japan?
  • Nine promising biggest The Voice Grand Final ever with Katy, Niall & Noah
  • NSW’s first Muslim MP withdraws defamation proceedings against The Australian
  • Will anybody pay in the region of $10m for Fairfax photo archive hard copies?
  • Seven’s US bureau chief Mike Amor LA Press Club’s TV Journalist of the Year
  • Think TV appoints Steve Weaver director of research, insights and education
  • The ABC criticised for flying 26 board members, execs & others to Alice Springs
  • Foxtel is planning to axe cast members from The Real Housewives of Sydney
  • Box Office: Latest Transformers and Cars open lower than previously with $8m
  • Sports: Four consecutive days of FTA NRL in the last five weeks of the season
  • Week 26 TV: Monday
    Semi-Final charity makeover on House Rules helps Seven to a win
    Four Corners report from Adele Ferguson attracts over 950,000
    Best of rest: ACA & True Story on Nine, MasterChef & HYBPA? on TEN

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Seven Days

Mediaweek’s James Manning and Kruti Joshi discuss the week’s media headlines. Talking points include Pacific Magazines’ talks with staff about outsourcing subbing to Pagemasters, ESPN ANZ’s US Open rights grab, Bauer Media’s new ANZ CEO, Sony’s Parade Management and Talentworks joining forces, and much more.

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