After 28 years in print, Mediaweek this year goes digital only. As our readers and advertisers have preferred our digital platforms for some time, we decided this was a good opportunity to shake up our digital offering for a polished product with a strong focus on user experience.
Below is an outline of the changes.
The Mediaweek Morning Report is known throughout the industry as the most comprehensive daily roundup of what’s going on in the media.
We will continue to send a daily email to subscribers, but in the form of a digestible brief snapshot.
The full Mediaweek Morning Report – which was migrated to the Mediaweek website in 2017 – has been revamped with a strong focus on user experience. It features detailed news and analysis from all media sectors, without you having to click on multiple links to multiple pages.
Along with a fresh new look, we have restructured the way content appears on mediaweek.com.au.
We launch the new site with nine verticals that cover all sectors within the media:
Television: FTA, STV, SVOD
Radio: Analog, DAB+, podcasts, music streaming
Publishing: Print and digital
News Brands: On all platforms
Business of Media
The Mediaweek podcasts – Mediaweek Industry Podcast and Seven Days – will continue to exist in partnership with PodcastOne.
You can still subscribe via iTunes, or listen on our podcast players housed on mediaweek.com.au.
As we have optimised Mediaweek.com.au for all devices, the Mediaweek iOS app will be discontinued.
This week we launch our new digital subscription package – Mediaweek Premium.
Subscription costs are now less than a third of the old rate, and there is a monthly option and a special corporate rate.
Mediaweek relies on the financial support of our readers in addition to advertising revenue.
Subscribers will have access to exclusive paywalled content, and will be able to manage their subscription from the Mediaweek website.