Mediaweek Morning Report

Thursday June 22 2017

  • Report TPG and Hellman & Friedman lenders nervous about Fairfax bid
  • Administrator KordaMentha placing ads to seek a buyer for the Ten Network
  • Ebiquity reveals transparency measurement & evaluation tool for advertisers
  • Government told it has little chance of getting media reform passed this week
  • REA Group confirms Henry Ruiz as CEO, REA Group Asia effective today
  • Bauer’s Nick Chan and his German bosses no longer shared a vision
    Yvonne Bauer is on to her fifth boss Down Under in less than three years
  • How a fleeting moment at the Women of Style Awards gave InStyle its July cover
  • UM Sydney execs awarded Young Lions Media Silver at 64th Cannes Lions
  • Former West Australian arts editor Ron Banks remembers McCartney review
  • Audience demand charts: Orange Is The New Black and The Walking Dead #1
  • Nine uses Origin 2 to promote The Block and Aust Ninja Warrior launches
  • AFL beats US basketball + India v Pakistan cricket in Social Content Ratings
  • Sports: Danger co-hosting Crocmedia radio show, AFLX coming in September
  • Week 25 TV: Wednesday
    Maroons and Nine’s Wide World of Sports winners after Origin 2
    Nine clear #1, Origin numbers down slightly YOY, but up after G1

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Seven Days

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Mediaweek TV

Mediaweek’s James Manning and Andrew Mercado talk TV in the Mediaweek TV Podcast. James is reporting from Manchester in the UK and Andrew is in South West Rocks NSW after a busy long weekend at the South West Roxy cinema.

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