Mediaweek Morning Report

Thursday June 29 2017

  • One more sleep until Friday’s auction deadline for Fairfax bids from investors
  • Share prices sizzle after TV and radio broadcasters get licence fee rebate
    2016-17 financial year one-off relief measure worth $127m – more to come?
  • Fairfax Media’s Domain is entering the mortgage broking business with Lendi
  • Southern Cross Austereo appoints Dave Cameron Melbourne general manager
  • December Media to distribute films made for IMAX and giant screen theatres
  • How new media talent can win a once in a lifetime trip to NYC from Yahoo7
  • Netflix quality: After delivering 4K images, upgrading audio experience too
    Plus for producers of Netflix shows, could the honeymoon period be over?
  • Seven the new home of golf with PGA of Australia and Golf Australia partnership
  • Audience Demand TV Charts: Last ever Pretty Little Liars keeps series near top
  • Week 26 TV: Wednesday
    Nine claims first place all people and in combined channel share
    TEN’s midweek MasterChef jumps to just over 900,000
    Two shows over 300,000 at SBS: Extreme Railways + Filthy Rich

New magazines this week

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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