Mediaweek Morning Report

Monday September 4 2017

New in Mediaweek Magazine

In the new issue of Mediaweek magazine:

  • What does CBS have planned for Australia?
  • Vogue’s Edwina McCann on magazine’s new approach, new shape
  • How ABC News Digital keeps relevant after two decades
  • Radio Ratings Survey 5: Four pages of expert analysis
  • Nine CEO Hugh Marks on ratings and revenue
  • Inside The Wrong Girl season 2 with Ten head of drama Rick Maier
  • Nicole Livingstone back on TV in ABC’s Friday treat Sideliners
  • Spectator at the National Gallery of Victoria’s first NGV Gala and the Gourmet Traveller Restaurant of the Year Awards

New magazines this week

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Seven Days with Wil Anderson

Joining Mediaweek’s James Manning and Kruti Joshi this week is comedian, podcaster and the host of Gruen, Wil Anderson. This special podcast includes Wil’s special job application – he wants to return to radio, but only on one particular show.

Listen online here.

Mercado & Manning on TV

Andrew Mercado joined James Manning in the Mediaweek studio this week to talk TV, including CBS/Ten, GoT, Seven’s newest hit and much more.

Listen online here.

Actor Shane Jacobson

As he toured Sydney media as part of a publicity blitz ahead of the first episode of Seven’s Little Big Shots, Shane Jacobson spent time with Mediaweek talking about his hosting role.

Mediaweek stayed on topic for the first half of the interview, but we weren’t going to let the opportunity pass without hearing about four new movies he has been working on, plus chatting about his time on Top Gear, his friendship with Clarkson, Hammond and May, and his work on the wonderful ABC TV series The Time Of Our Lives.

Listen online here.