Inside Mediaweek #1252: Radio Ratings, SMH turns 185, GoT’s Alfie Allen, Panama Papers


Inside the 25 April issue of Mediaweek magazine #1252

First Look
On the day results of GfK’s radio survey 2 were released this week, Mediaweek talked to network chiefs and programmers about their triumphs and also their challenges

Person Of The Week
Paul Rybicki
, Optus Head of TV, Mobile Video and Content, says the acquisition of English Premier League broadcasting rights is only a part of the telco’s plans for expanding its entertainment content

Inside Television #1
In an interview with Mediaweek, Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen shares some insights into the biggest TV show in the world

Inside Television #2
Ten and SBS are promising uninterrupted video streaming to combat ad-blocking

Inside Radio
GfK Radio Ratings Survey 2, 2016: four pages of expert analysis of the results of the latest radio ratings survey for five capital cities

Inside Publishing #1
Australia’s oldest metro newspaper turns 185 and The Sydney Morning Herald’s new editor Judith Whelan discusses its evolution over time and recent changes including latest reported job cuts

Inside Publishing #2
Investigating the world’s largest data leak: Mediaweek talks to Australian reporter for The Guardian Paul Farrell about how he worked with an international team of journalists on the Panama Papers story

Inside Publishing #3
How Big League contributes to NRL: editor Maria Tsialis talks about the magazine’s success, the contractual limitations of its online presence, plus what the team does in the off-season

Inside Podcasts
Recent Mediaweek podcasts include our chats with Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen, SMH editor Judith Whelan, and Presto’s Shaun James and Brendon Moo. Plus our own weekly roundtable series with editor James Manning, deputy editor Dan Barrett and digital editor Kruti Joshi along with some tips for further listening

The week in pictures: Fairfax celebrates The SMH’s 185th birthday, SCA launches a female insight study with a sit-down breakfast at the MCA, and Intern Pete’s marketing master plan backfires

Media People
Staff movements at News Corp, The Australian, 3AW, Bauer Xcel Media, Emotive, WPP Media Services and Launch Group

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