Inside Mediaweek #1253: Seven’s Angus Ross, Blink TV’s Paul Clarke, Fetch TV’s Scott Lorsen

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Inside the 2 May issue of Mediaweek magazine #1253

With a bona fide hit under his belt in My Kitchen Rules, Seven programmer Angus Ross talks about the network’s Q1 and its plans for the rest of 2016. Plus why shows like Downton Abbey are not fast-tracked

Person Of The Week
Paul Clarke
, Director of Blink TV and Bombora Film & Music Co, talks to Mediaweek about Blink’s involvement in the forthcoming Eurovision 2016

Inside Television
Paul Leadon
, EP of Ten’s Shark Tank, on the show’s upcoming second season

Inside Television
Fetch TV chief Scott Lorsen says by year’s end it could be the second-largest pay TV platform Australia has ever had

Inside Digital
Tony Broderick, Twitter’s representative in charge of TV partnerships, discusses Twitter’s role in influencing and curating TV viewing for its users

Inside Digital
and Michael Philippou, the Australian twins behind RackaRacka, went from earning money by doing medical drug trials to becoming stars with their YouTube channel

Inside Publishing
Brett McCarthy
, editor of Seven West Media’s The West Australian, on the paper’s print monopoly and merger rumours

Inside Publishing
Medium Rare Content MD Gerry Reynolds on winning the David Jones contract and the success of Coles magazine

Inside Outdoor
oOh! Media wins long-term rights to the Virgin Brisbane terminal, farewells Prince in Melbourne’s Bourke Street Mall. Plus APN Outdoor’s Olympic spirit and The Boys from Bonds’ Men’s Underwear “ballsy” campaign

Inside Podcasts
Recent Mediaweek podcasts include our chats with former SCA content head Craig Bruce and Fetch TV CEO Scott Lorsen. 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

Photo coverage of Nickelodeon Australia’s Slime Cup auditions

Media People
Staff movements at goa, CNN Digital Asia, Foxtel, Ten Perth, ABS and MCN

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