Inside Mediaweek #1263: WIN Network, Herald Sun, Beat Bugs

This week: Nine’s RBT, Ten’s The Great Australian Spelling Bee, Yahoo7’s Be

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What’s inside the 18 July issue of Mediaweek magazine #1264:

First Look
The Project brought four nights of Hollywood stars to Sydney the same week regional viewers first saw the show on the WIN TV Network, lifting audience numbers by 16%

Person Of The Week
WIN Corporation CEO Andrew Lancaster discusses the impact of WIN’s change to delivering Ten’s signal to regional Australia instead of Nine’s

Inside Television
Young Aussie writer Josh Wakely landed rights to 308 Beatles songs, then partnered with Seven, Beyond, Thunderbird Films, Netflix and Universal Music for 52-episode family series Beat Bugs

Inside Television
Network Ten brings back The Great Australian Spelling Bee for a second year

Inside Television
After six seasons and 65 episodes, Australian viewers of Nine’s ob-doc RBT are far more savvy about breath testing

Inside Digital Media
Yahoo7’s new digital title Be delivers lifestyle and entertainment content driven by its four content ambassadors Maz Compton, Ash Pollard, Scott Gooding and Gina Liano

Inside Radio
Hosts of Perth breakfast on Nova 93.7 Nathan, Nat and Shaun talk about the show’s rise to #1

Inside Publishing
Editor Damon Johnston tells why the Herald Sun is Australia’s most-read newspaper

Inside Publishing
Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Kellie Hush discusses building the magazine’s event portfolio and why luxury print titles are here to stay

Spectator
Photo coverage of News Corp’s Stellar launch plus singer-songwriter Mike Posner’s performances at the Beresford for Nova’s Red Room and at Sydney’s X Studios for the first iHeartRadio show in conjunction with the Ten Network’s music show The Loop

Media People
Staff movements at WIN Network, SBS, nine.com.au, Nova Entertainment, SocietyOne and Atomic 212

 

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