Mediaweek Morning Report

Thursday May 18 2017

  • Breaking news: Second Fairfax Media bidder emerges
    Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison holds the key to potential sale of Fairfax Media
    Fairfax CEO Greg Hywood accuses ABC of unnecessary taxpayer ad spend
    Journalists probe shareholdings of Fairfax executives Hywood and Catalano
  • Sally Obermeder the choice of the people at InStyle’s 2017 Women Of Style Awards
  • Think TV’s advice to auto sector: ROI study has compelling investment message
  • Australian government among advertisers set to be refunded by Facebook
  • Readership: Newspaper audience continues to hover above 13m, metros 11m+
    Herald Sun’s status as Australia’s #1 newspaper confirmed in survey
    Sydney Morning Herald Australia’s highest-reaching title across all platforms
    Investment in print delivering results for The Australian’s weekday readership
  • Kids’ newspaper Crinkling News close to crowdfunding target to ensure survival
  • Foxtel confirms Real Housewives of Melbourne to return for a fourth season
  • Celia Pacquola & Luke McGregor back with EP Kevin Whyte for Rosehaven S2
  • Digital original TV charts: Netflix and Hulu commissions most talked about series
  • Sports: The Rebels and the Force are still on the Super Rugby chopping block
    Seven secures broadcast rights to Women’s Rugby League World Cup
    Brett Kimmorley on League Life ahead of “Beanies for Brain Cancer” NRL round
  • Week 20 TV: Wednesday
    Seven wins midweek primary and combined channel shares

    But it’s complicated: Seven wins Sydney, Nine wins Melbourne
    TEN’s MasterChef big 7.30pm winner and #1 in key demos

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