Mediaweek #1245: inside the new issue

This week: Nine’s Hugh Marks, Foxtel’s Brian Walsh, SCA’s Grant Blackley, Twitter, Charlie Pickering, REA, Better Homes and Gardens

Inside the 7 March issue of Mediaweek magazine #1245

First Look
Netflix releases season 4 of House Of Cards, NBCUniversal’s hayu app showcased in media preview, Brian Walsh says Foxtel is shifting its focus to on-demand

Person Of The Week
Hugh Marks
, Nine Entertainment Co’s chief executive officer, says he feels like he has the best job in Australia

Inside Magazines
Better Homes and Gardens editor Julia Zaetta says the recipe for success with print, online and TV is “ideas, inspiration and information”

Inside Radio
Southern Cross Austereo CEO Grant Blackley on sales success and ratings expectations. Plus SBS Arabic24 launching

Inside Television
The Weekly with Charlie Pickering: The show host and its EP Chris Walker reveal the stress that goes into the ABC comedy show

Inside Subscription TV
Foxtel’s executive director of television Brian Walsh reviews content strategy: increasing on-demand content plus more high-end drama commissions. Plus Fetch TV offering subscribers Viacom’s Comedy Central channel locally from April

Inside Digital Media
Twitter rolls out Twitter Moments to Australia, REA launches its augmented reality app to take house hunters beyond the listings. Plus, how the Cybershack website grew from radio roots with strong TV support structure

Spectator
The week in pictures: Sky News turns 20, Mason Stewart Publishing (once the home of Tracks, Australian Playboy and Smash Hits) has its first ever staff reunion, ARN holds a Melbourne Trivia Night for local agency clients

Media People
Staff movements at Nine Entertainment Co, Havas Media, SCA, QMS Media, Endemol Shine, McAvoy Media and Essential Media

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