Mediaweek Morning Report

Tuesday April 11 2017

  • SBS Diversity Works: Eight Australian brands in the running for SBS air time
    $1m airtime prize agencies are Carat, KWP!, Ikon, BBAM, Starcom & Marmalade
  • International co-pro announced between Australian indie, ABC USA and ABC Oz
  • News Corp’s Lou Barrett announces new roles for MCN exec and internal promotion
  • iiNet executive appointed director of operations for Seven West Media in WA
  • Departing Twitter APAC boss now new chief operating officer at mobile platform
  • Stan launching season 3 Better Call Saul at pop-up chicken shop in Potts Point
  • Pauline Hanson: “I’ve had a gutful of the media”, slams ABC’s Andrew Probyn
  • Newsreader bloopers: F-bomber keeps job, Look surprised on air and you’re sacked!
  • Remembering John Clarke: Tributes for satirist, screenwriter and actor
  • Rove McManus at the Melbourne Int Comedy Festival: “A well-crafted hour”
  • Radio: At last – Pepsi, The Chaser & Triple M; Ray Hadley splits with ScoMo
  • Box Office: Beauty And The Beast passes $34m, Animation dominates top five
  • Sports: Fox League out-rates Fox Footy, ARU back in black with media dollars
  • Plus: Facebook abdicating its responsibilities, New British Vogue editor
  • TV: Week 15, Monday (Easter survey break)
    News and A Current Affair secure Nine top spot on first Easter Monday
    ABC second as audiences on the move with no reality TV juggernauts
    Easter launch for Seven’s First Dates disappoints with 700,000

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