Mediaweek Morning Report

Monday May 29 2017

  • Scaleup Media Fund makes new media-for-equity investment in Hey You
  • Screentime’s Underbelly team at Nine with untold and uncut story of Chopper
  • Road trip! Media executives back to Canberra with pleas for reform
  • Schapelle flips the bird: Leads media on weekend wild goose chase
  • Publicis Media Aust & NZ Chris Nolan to chair Audited Media Association
  • Former Ten chief brand officer Matt McGrath joins Deloitte as CMO and partner
  • Tonic Health grows with TorchMedia’s digital pharmacy network acquisition
  • Eddie McGuire shuts down rumours he might return to Footy Show
  • ARN’s national news director Deborah Clay on her busy week
  • SCA drive: Odds lengthen that Abby & Ed might replace Hamish & Andy
  • ARN rolls out third Chapel Street Precinct campaign in Melbourne
  • Elle first Aust magazine to shoot cover and fashion on iPhone 7 Plus
  • Sports: Game over for EON Sports? Local programming shut down
  • Telstra signs multimillion-dollar deal with Fox Sports for production hubs
  • Ten Network poised to snatch A-League and Socceroos matches
  • ARIA Charts: Ed Sheeran not done – album back at #1, Bieber still #1 too
  • Week 22 TV: Sunday
    Big House Rules crowd delivers Seven slender Sunday victory
    The Voice Battle Rounds & 60 Minutes win demos for Nine

New in Mediaweek Magazine

In the new issue of Mediaweek magazine:

  • Dave Hughes caught off guard at stand-up gig for ARN
  • Lisa Wilkinson on 10 years with Nine’s Today
  • Vice Australia editor Julian Morgans on the SBS Viceland partnership
  • Inside outdoor: Updates from QMS, Adshel, oOh!, APNO
  • The latest print readership figures
  • Behind the Women of Style Awards with InStyle editor Emily Taylor
  • Rebecca Gibney talks Wanted season 2
  • Spectator at Nine’s Agency of Origin + Nova’s in-house awards night

New magazines this week

Seven Days

SBS’s Marc Fennell joins James Manning and Kruti Joshi at the Mediaweek HQ in this weekly episode of the Seven Days podcast. Topics discussed include the Senate Estimates hearing, the latest on Fairfax, Rebel Wilson v Bauer, plus Fennell reveals a top-secret project involving Tom Cruise and talks about his resignation from triple j and involvement co-curating Junkee Media’s film festival.

Listen online here.

Mediaweek TV

It has been Twin Peaks time around the globe and Mediaweek’s James Manning and Andrew Mercado spend the first part of the new TV podcast discussing David Lynch’s return to the cult series. They also discuss changes to Foxtel Play’s packages, American Gods, War On Waste, Hamish & Andy’s True Stories plus NSW’s hippest regional cinema – South West Roxy.

Listen online here.