Mediaweek Morning Report

Wednesday April 12 2017

  • News Corp announces newsroom redundancies aimed to save $40m
    Centre of the plan is to dramatically cut back number of staff photographers
  • Peter Wiltshire launches advertising rep company: WeThinkMedia
    Together again: Wiltshire hires Jane Stucci as head of sales
  • Together again: Miriam Condon reunited with Nick Chan at Bauer Media
  • APN’s Australian Radio Network & Adshel launch cross-platform collaboration
  • ABC budget under threat: One Nation warning they want it cut by $600m
  • Seven West Media appoints Katie McGrath group executive, human resources
  • Adam Walters launches NewsCar app turning motorists into news camos
  • A misunderstanding? ABC says Natasha Exelby not “banned”, “barred” or “fired”
  • Exelby will read breakfast news on KIIS 1065 for last week of Easter break
  • Ray Hadley announces Tony Abbott as ScoMo’s 2GB replacement
  • Fairfax Media’s Sarah Thomas breaks good news about Big Little Lies S2
  • Craig McLachlan slams ABC for not delivering what audience wants
  • ABC has begun screening promotions during programs in primetime
  • Forbes names Adelaide’s Kayla Itsines as world’s most influential fitness guru
  • Another SVOD service wants your subscription dollars: Love Nature
  • Week 15: Tuesday (Easter survey break)
    Seven ranks #1 primary and combined share despite First Dates drop

    Retro Tuesday: Nine’s The Big Bang Theory #1 at 7.30pm
    SBS records channel’s best year-to-date with Railway Journeys & Insight

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