Mediaweek Morning Report

Friday June 23 2017

  • KordaMentha prepared to push back a crucial TEN creditors meeting
  • Fairfax Media investor urges company to continue with Domain float
  • Mick Molly quitting Triple M’s Hot Breakfast for national drive with Jane Kennedy
  • Isentia successful in Federal Court proceedings against Meltwater 
  • Rebel Wilson says any money for damages from Bauer will go to charity
  • Media reform legislation fails to pass parliament before the winter recess
  • Omnicom Media Group big winner at Cannes Lions Int Festival of Creativity
  • Seven secures the rights to landmark documentary on Princess of Wales
  • AFL Footy Show’s biggest challenge: Sam Newman slip or Front Bar’s move?
  • Broadcast binge: 7flix screens 30 eps of The Big Bang Theory in four days
  • F1 new owners don’t like UK TV deal: “Free-to-air critically important to us”
  • Andrew Mercado’s TV Guide: Filthy rich hit the streets + Cleverman returns
  • Friday feature: Mediaweek New Zealand with John Drinnan
    NZME’s Michael Boggs, Dame Julie Christie, RNZ, NZFC, Paul Dykzeul

New in Mediaweek Magazine

In the new issue of Mediaweek magazine:

  • How Shark Tank and its entrepreneurs could help Ten Network
  • Cleverman producer Rosemary Blight on season 2 and international sales
  • New Zenith Australia CEO Nickie Scriven talks business and the rebrand
  • From cabbie to commentator: Ray Hadleys rise to fame
  • What’s going on in out-of-home this month?
  • Inside America’s cannabis media with Weedmaps’ media boss Lance Lambert
  • Elle editor Justine Cullen on the website update and readership growth
  • Spectator at Nova’s Red Room Global Tour, Yahoo7’s Be at Vivid, Brisbane’s Starcom Challenge

New magazines this week

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