Mediaweek Podcast – TV Industry – Ep 6

Mediaweek’s Television Industry Podcast
Episode 006
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* Di Butler – TV Columnist – Courier Mail
* James Manning – Editor – Mediaweek magazine
* Brenden Wood – Podcast Moderator

* Di Butler’s item about Susan Boyle on News Limited’s newest website The Punch
* The Chaser apologizes for a skit aired during their second episode
* Channel Nine issues a statement about Brisbane TV reporter Joseph May who exposed himself
* Channel Nine moves HomeMADE to Tuesday night
* Channel Nine’s new Sunday night TV show Random Acts Of Kindness commences June 14th
* Channel Seven announces a raft of new shows – including a new sketch comedy Double Take plus TV Burp, ICU, Air Ways and World’s Strictest Parents
* Lost finishes series five with just 250,000 watching around Australia at 11pm
* Australia’s breakfast TV battle – Today Show v Sunrise
– Breakfast TV newsreaders: Natalie Barr v Georgie Gardner
– Breakfast TV weather presenters: Steve Jacobs v Fifi Box
– Breakfast TV entertainment reporters: Richard Wilkins v Nuala Hafner
– Breakfast TV Hollywood reporters: Richard Reid v Nelson Aspen
– Breakfast TV sports reporters: Mark Beretta v Cameron Williams
– Breakfast TV presenters: Mel Doyle & Kochie v Karl Stefanovic & Lisa Wilkinson
* Nine News’ reason for not airing a story about the Air France disaster in their early news bulletin
* New Idea TV debuts in second spot ahead of Entertainment Tonight, but behind Judge Judy
* John Foreman quits Australian Idol
* Dancing With The Stars contestants for 2009

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