Mediaweek Morning Report

Wednesday March 29 2017

  • Market moves with anticipation media law reform not far away:
  • Southern Cross Austereo getting $55m from WIN Corp for NNSW TV assets
  • US private equity investor starts to build a stake in major media company
  • Two broadcasters reportedly ready to bid for one of biggest sport franchises
  • Adshel to automate the buying and selling of out-of-home advertising
  • Twitter reveals new way for publishers & creators to monetise their content
  • Latest Multi-Screen Report: 73 hours of live TV watched, but time dropping
  • ARIA reports music industry dollars grow: Which revenue “stream” is best?
  • The courts: Legal action from another former Seven West Media employee
  • Media moves: Rocket Fuel announces new signing and a promotion
  • TV: PLUS7 launches weather channel, Two programs dominate TV socials
  • Television: My Kitchen Rules reasserting itself in week 13 with another timeslot win
  • Seven keeps top spot with help from super chef Gordon Ramsay!
  • Nine’s Married At First Sight holds over 1m with two episodes left

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Seven Days

The Seven Days podcast travels to the Network Ten HQ in Sydney this week to meet Studio 10 co-host Joe Hildebrand. He is joined by regular panellists from Mediaweek James Manning and Kruti Joshi. The trio discuss Em Rusciano‘s Boy George interview controversy, The Australian Grand Prix on Fox Sports and Ten, Australian Press Council’s decision over Daily Mail’s Osher Günsberg pics, 2016 Quill Awards highlights, and more.
Listen online here.

Laura and Bruno Bouchet

Mediaweek’s James Manning visits the husband and wife team Laura and Bruno Bouchet, who are the executive producers of WSFM’s Jonesy and Amanda and KIIS 1065’s Kyle and Jackie O show. The award-winning producers talk about living and working together, and their relationship with their star hosts. Don’t miss Laura talking about Bruno’s early morning shower routine.
Listen online here.