Mediaweek Morning Report

Monday July 10 2017

  • Q1 2017 Australian Video Viewing Report confirms huge appetite for video
  • Spend an extra hour with Studio 10, TEN’s morning show extending from July 24
  • Home Beautiful launches cross-platform Australian first renovation series
  • Fairfax pushes on with Domain listing, No breakthrough on media reform yet
  • Nova Entertainment reveals smooth suite at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley
  • Radio revenue for metro markets flat for the financial year ended June 2017
  • Narelle Hooper joining Medium Rare Content Agency to edit Company Director
  • Magellan Financial Group close to signing on as new sponsor of test cricket
  • Amber Harrison refuses settlement offer at last minute and drops Seven legal action
  • Bruce McWilliam: the man media moguls trust to make messy problems go away
  • Colourful but cutting House Rules judge Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen may not be back
  • Ipsos explains newspapers and magazines could receive daily readership reports
  • Eloquent takedown of Donald Trump by ABC political editor Chris Uhlmann
  • With new TV series ready to launch, Annabel Crabb takes a break from Fairfax
  • ARIA Chart Report:
    Singles: “Despacito” again #1, Imagine Dragons and Calvin Harris new to top 10
    Albums: You guessed it – Ed Sheehan in charge, Stone Sour close to chart upset
  • Week 28 TV: Sunday
    Australian Ninja Warrior launch pulls biggest non-live sport TV audience of 2017
    Nine records biggest Sunday share of 2017, best Sunday for anyone since April
    Seven’s House Rules grand final well behind Warrior with 1m watching
    Yummy Mummies launches with 755,000, MasterChef Sunday drops to 625,000

New in Mediaweek Magazine

In the new issue of Mediaweek magazine:

  • Celebrity agent Lauren Miller celebrates 20 years in business
  • Endemol Shine’s David McDonald talks Common Sense
  • Why Smallzy’s Surgery dominates Australia’s FM airwaves at night
  • The Infinite Dial findings show radio stays strong among Australia’s audio options
  • Inside Nine’s upcoming Australian Ninja Warrior
  • The survival story behind kids newspaper Crinking News
  • How SCA’s Tanya Hennessy became an online sensation
  • Spectator at Katy Perry’s World Famous Rooftop, radio jocks competing in the Gold Coast Airport Marathon, Noah Cyrus on iHeartRadio Live

New magazines this week

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Seven Days

Mediaweek’s James Manning and Kruti Joshi talk about the media headlines of the week. Topics this week include Fairfax, Ten, the new Optus content play, The Australian Women’s Weekly’s new editor and more.

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Steve Mascord

Mediaweek editor James Manning catches up with Fairfax rugby league columnist and rock music fan Steve Mascord at the Hilton Hotel in Manchester to discuss his new book “Touchstones”.

Listen online here.