Mediaweek Morning Report

Friday May 26 2017

  • Goodbye BRW – 2017 Rich List rebrands under The AFR banner
    Anthony Pratt #1, but where do Stokes, Bendat, Gordon and Singo rank?
  • Anthony Catalano to take delivery of luxury 26-metre yacht and private plane
  • Stan testing price increases as it ramps up investment in original content
  • Rebel v Bauer day 3: Rollercoaster day with crying, laughing and impersonations
  • BBC Worldwide names Jasnor master toy licensee for Hey Duggee in ANZ
  • Brian Walsh on Sydney Housewives: “I’ve raised my concerns with producers”
  • News investment: Will first Schapelle Corby interview back home be worth $1m?
  • ABC Radio moves: New roles for executives Linda Bracken and Jeremy Millar
  • Nine’s Wide World of Sports launching GPS player tracking at State Of Origin
  • Jules Schiller responds to trolls: Tells radio audience about Twitter hate storm
  • Plus: Network Ten gets new advisor, Guardian reporter slammed to the floor
  • Friday feature: Mediaweek New Zealand with John Drinnan
    Fairfax Media and NZME to appeal to NZ High Court over ruling that stopped merger
    RNZ funding, Shortland Street, Media Awards winners, Fairfax NZ future
    Profile: Adman Marty O’Halloran who started with DDB in Melbourne
  • Week 21 TV: Thursday
    Live and close AFL encounter pushes Seven to the top again
    No live NRL sees Nine slip to third place in primary rankings

New in Mediaweek Magazine

In the new issue of Mediaweek magazine:

  • Dave Hughes caught off guard at stand-up gig for ARN
  • Lisa Wilkinson on 10 years with Nine’s Today
  • Vice Australia editor Julian Morgans on the SBS Viceland partnership
  • Inside outdoor: Updates from QMS, Adshel, oOh!, APNO
  • The latest print readership figures
  • Behind the Women of Style Awards with InStyle editor Emily Taylor
  • Rebecca Gibney talks Wanted season 2
  • Spectator at Nine’s Agency of Origin + Nova’s in-house awards night

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