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THURSDAY 24 July 2014

  Qantas turns to Foxtel, Sky News, Fox Sports and MCN for content and advertising sales
-   From November 1 airline to screen Sky News, Fox Sports and content from Foxtel channels

  Dendy announces August 6 launch for Dendy Direct VOD service and signs new content deals

  MCN launches SocialFeed: Content from Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram & Vine

  Kennedy Awards: Four Corners and Illawarra Mercury journos nominated for crime reporting
-   Ray Hadley up against John Stanley and Garry Linnell as best radio commentators
-   NSW journalist of the year: Natalie O’Brien, Adele Ferguson, Andrew Clennell

  Today's Netflix headline: Report that Quickflix in talks with Netflix over potential investment

  Hollywood screenwriters on 21st Century Fox buying Time Warner: “We are adamantly opposed”

  The September Issues: Many US and UK fashion magazines report ads up for biggest editions

  Plus: Clear Channel changes Australia/NZ chief, Express Newspapers cutting 200 UK staff

  Universal Pictures pulls interview from The Project, Comcast reports profit growth from cable unit

  Television: Seven holds top spot despite TEN's MasterChef outperforming The X Factor
-    MasterChef and Offspring combine to push TEN's Wednesday share close to 18%
-    Surprise midweek episode of The Voice Kids fails to compete with 806,000
Magazines on sale this week









OK! Lara Bingle
Who MH17
Rugby League Week Mitchell Moses
Big League Benji Marshall
Yours Maggie Beer
Better Homes and Gardens Kitchens and Bathrooms Special
Girlfriend Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley
Inside Out A Place To Call Home
Woman's Day Kate Middleton and Princess Beatrice
NW Khloe Kardashian
Famous Kim Kardashian
New Idea Angelina Jolie
TV Week The X Factor
InStyle Angelina Jolie
Elle Lara Bingle
Healthy Food Guide Healthy Family Meals Under $15

On The Box

The locally-produced observational documentary, Village Vets Australia, begins on July 24 on The LifeStyle Channel.

Latest Podcasts

Two new podcasts this week:

Podcast 43/2014: Maude Garrett
The host of the LA-based syndicated weekend radio show The Hot Hits talks to Mediaweek about life covering the entertainment business in Hollywood. Maude Garrett talks about her best and worst movie junket trips and reveals the names of celebrities that play along with her gags and those that don't. She also talks about her dating challenges, her LA colleagues, her time spent in Australia recently on air with Matty Acton and she details her success in building her Geek Bomb online business.

Podcast 44/2014: Clive Mathieson
Mediaweek went inside the editor's office at The Australian on Friday as Clive Mathieson talked about a busy week that included the 50th anniversary of the launch of the newspaper, the abolition on the carbon tax and the shooting down of MH17. There were plenty of other subjects covered too including the paper's politics, how reporters could make a mark and it was the meeting of two newspaper nerds as Brenden Wood talked collecting newspapers with Mathieson.


Listen to the podcasts online here or download on iTunes

Top 10 Spots by Airplay Nationally

1 Harvey Norman
2 Domayne
3 National Tiles
4 Chemist Warehouse
5 Coles
6 Dick Smith Electronics & PowerHouse
7 Big W
8 Beaumont Tiles
9 Gravox
10 Woolworths

All data provided by AirCheck Broadcast Monitoring. AirCheck.net.au Week ending July 21, 2014

Top 10 Songs by Airplay Nationally

1 Am I Wrong - Nico & Vinz (Warner)
2 Waves (Remix) - Mr Probz (SME)
3 Stay High (Remix) - Tove Lo f. Hippie Sabotage (UMA)
4 Nobody To Love - Sigma (UMA)
5 We Are Done - The Madden Brothers (EMI)
6 Stay With Me - Sam Smith (EMI)
7 Stolen Dance - Milky Chance (UMA)
8 Que Sera - Justice Crew (SME)
9 Boom Clap - Charli XCX (Warner)
10 Lovers On The Sun - David Guetta f. Sam Martin (Warner)

Compiled from 58 stations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Perth, Central Coast, Newcastle & Geelong, plus triple j and FBi 94.5 in Sydney. Week ending July 21, 2014

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Inside the Magazine: 28 July

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First Look

Co-executive producer and format co-founder Julian Cress says the next series The Block: Glasshouse was not only the biggest and most difficult for contestants but also hardest to make

 

 

 

Person of the Week

Matt White, Network Ten news and sports presenter

 

 

 

 

Media Buzz

Ten’s Glasgow team, Media Connect conference countdown, ActiveTV Asia expands, Chelsea Handler and Mythbusters tours

 

 

 

Spectator

Photos from ARN’s Chrissie & Jane celebrating 500 shows, The Voice media events, The Footy Show turns 21 and the Better Homes and Gardens Cook Off

 

 

 

Inside Outdoor

Executive Channel CEO Charles Parry-Okeden on expanding, advertising in Paris and London office towers, plus news briefs from Val Morgan, APN Outdoor and oOh!’s annual talent showdown

 

 

Inside News Brands

The Newspaper Works’ CEO Mark Hollands on the revitalized 2014 Newspaper of the Year Awards

 

 

 

Inside Magazines

Men’s Health celebrates 200 issues and editor Ian Cockerill is confident about the future of the brand

 

 

 

Inside Radio

Content director Chris Cotton discusses ARN’s Adelaide powerhouse Mix 102.3’s standout stats: “no magic, just good solid strategy with timeless fundamentals”

 

 

 

Inside Digital

Vice launch in China last year was the first step, South-East Asia is next on its to-do list, says Vice China CEO Bryant Chou

 

 

 

Inside Television

ABC’s Sophia Zachariou explains their new entertainment series Reality Check is a serious approach to explaining Australia’s fascination with reality TV

 

 

 

Inside Subscription TV

Ahead of BBC First’s August 3 launch, BBC’s Alistair McEwan discusses the channel’s content and opportunities for advertisers

 

 

 

Entertainment Charts

This week’s MPDAA box office chart, top 20 iTunes TV episode sales chart, Nielsen’s commercial applications websites and the ARIA top 20 albums and singles charts

 

 

 

iPad Extra: Inside Television Extra

OzTAM’s Top 100 Consolidated Chart for Week 28 and our extended OzTAM Top 100 chart for Week 29