Mediaweek Morning Report

Wednesday June 14 2017

  • FTA broadcaster facing voluntary administration amidst Ten funding crisis
    Speculation a private equity firm is circling Ten and could privatise network
    Sky News believed to have pitched outsourced news service for Ten
  • Seven West Media loses another key WA executive: COO Alan Clyne
  • AAP joins other news agencies for Global Spotlight project on refugee crisis
  • NBCUniversal’s 13th Street launches brand refresh with bespoke soundtrack
  • Changes to Yahoo7 JV agreement with Seven to launch own catch-up TV service
  • Infinite Dial Study reveals radio still key driver for audio consumption
  • Defence Department spending millions on monitoring news and media training
  • Pauline Hanson to pay legal costs after abandoning court bid to stop ABC
  • Feminist Roxane Gay labels experience at Mamamia “cruel and humiliating”
  • Sports contest featuring no Aussie teams ranks #1 in Nieslen Social Ratings
  • SBS Sport: Tour de France on digital platforms, Confederations Cup coming
  • Box Office: Wonder Woman flies to $15m already, outgrosses The Mummy
  • Week 24 TV: Tuesday
    Seven manages a win despite smaller House Rules audience
    MasterChef second chance show pushes TEN to #1 in Melbourne
    Pay-TV wars report on A Current Affair is Nine’s best after 7pm
    Socceroos v Brazil on GO! delivers 200,000+ audience

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