Mediaweek #1244: inside the new issue

This issue: ITV Studios’ David Mott, News Corp’s virtual reality, the Newsflash app, Fox Sports, 7flix

Inside the 29 February issue of Mediaweek magazine #1244

First Look
Virtual reality, augmented reality: News Corp Australia invited agencies, journalists and other media professionals to a demonstration of its future-focused innovations

Person Of The Week
CEO and managing director David Mott talks about ITV Studios Australia’s busiest year ever with shows on all networks, reveals why he didn’t buy the I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here format when he was at Ten

Inside Outdoor
News items from Adshel, oOh! and APN: Out-of-home revenues soaring above forecasts, both digital and static in demand

Inside Radio
4BC’s Brisbane Live may be the one Brisbane show left on air after the Fairfax and Macquarie radio network merger but host of the drive show Ben Davis doesn’t feel he’s the last man standing

Inside Television
Seven’s new multichannel 7flix is returning movies to prominence on the TV schedule plus general entertainment TV shows that don’t quite fit into the schedule of Seven’s other channels

Inside Subscription TV
Fox Sports’ seven channels offering more live uninterrupted AFL and NRL games in HD plus new weekday programs, all at a more attractive price point, are helping Foxtel grow subscriptions

Inside News Brands
Kruti Joshi interviews Rachel Hancock, editor of NT News, a newspaper notorious for its wacky headlines and unusual stories

Inside Magazines
Fiona Welsh, managing editor of The House Of Wellness, talks about the new quarterly JV between News Corp and Chemist Warehouse

Inside Digital Media
The Australian launches its Newsflash app to deliver news content in a way that feels more native to the mobile experience

Photos from Fox FM’s first World Famous Rooftop for 2016, Channel [V]’s latest Island Party, Smallzy at the Grammy Awards and News Corp’s demonstration of its future-focused innovations to media

Media People
Staff movements at ITV, Fairfax Media, Bauer Media, Adshel and the Kiwi Premium Advertising Exchange

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