Nine's Hugh Marks is standing down from the role and leaving the business
• Nine targets 60% revenue from digital, 35% from subscription products
• Changes ahead for MAFS (In a bubble?!), Hamish & Andy, The Voice
“We are confident that this current period of adversity will only make us stronger."
• Home & Away, Hollywood, The Guardian, CNN, AFL Grand Final and Cox Plate
• Broadcasters avoid licence fees, but Nine calls for long-term solutions
• ‘We will emerge from this a stronger and more competitive company’
• Where $100m cost savings come from, 2GB we have a problem
• Nine boss thinks industry can work without content quotas
• Anticipated December quarter recovery gone after recent performance
• Marks will be travelling to the radio stations with Nine’s new head of radio, Tom Malone.
• Stan ready for Disney+, does Nine need new shows? + BVOD growth
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