The Future Of Audio
This week we’re at the all-you-can-eat media buffet that is The Future Of Audio Europe. Matt Deegan is joined by the editor of The Media Leader Omar Oakes, Goodstuff Communications’ Sam Austin and George Butler, head of commercial marketing at radio group Bauer. Plus, Matt gets his networking mic out and chats with Demi Abiola…
Ken Bruce’s transfer, DMG restructures & the bill that SLAPPs
Matt Deegan presents this week from Campaign’s Advertising Audio and Radio Summit, and joined by Michaela Hallam (Fresh Air Production) and Gideon Spanier (Editor in Chief, Campaign), we find out why the audio advertising opportunity is bigger than ever. Our guests help us unpack this week’s headlines including Ken Bruce’s departure from the BBC, DMG…
The Rise of Disney+, BAFTA Gossip & Multitrack Audio Fellowship
Disney+ has a stellar March Quarter while Netflix announces an ad-tier. Matt Deegan is joined by business journalist and media commentator Kate Bulkley and Heat Magazine Entertainment Director Boyd Hilton to explain where the streaming wars are headed next. Also on the programme: we hear from audio producer Arlie Adlington about the practical steps charity…
Channel 4: Born Risky – but will it stay that way?
What could a privatised Channel 4 look like for the independent programme makers that supply it… and the viewers that watch it?
Episode 106: The Albert Square Property Boom
<![CDATA[Media news and analysis with guests Faraz Osman (Gold Wala), Steve Ackerman (Somethin' Else) and Rebecca Gillie (theweek.co.uk). We put the best and worst journalism of the year under the microscope, and discover why the cost of rebuilding Albert Square has gone millions over budget. Plus, we plot the trajectory of personalised podcast ads, and,…
Episode 97: Evening Standard's 'Money Can't Buy' offer, Grimmy quits R1 Breakfast Show
<![CDATA[Media news and analysis, with Olly Mann and guests Imriel Morgan (ShoutOut Network) and Alex Hudson (metro.co.uk). With the Evening Standard under fire for their leaked branded content strategy, we ask are companies paying for favourable coverage and does it matter? Also on the programme, we discuss the news that Grimmy and Greg are to…
Episode 89: HomePod gripes, Sky News pledge & Twitter TV
<!–[CDATA[Media insight and analysis, with Olly Mann and guests Paul Robinson and Nastaran Tavakolifar. The panel discuss the Guardian's new interactive storytelling for audio, as well as Twitter bringing a new approach to live video. Also on the programme: Murdoch commits to Sky News for another decade, the BBC brings in the big guns to…
Episode 55: Brexit Boosts Fleet St… But For How Long?
<![CDATA[June’s circulation figures indicate good times for national newspapers – and their online editions – following the EU referendum, but with experts predicting a huge drop in ad spending will the boom be short lived? Olly Mann is joined by journalist James Ball (Buzzfeed) and TV producer Faraz Osman (Lemonade Money) to discuss this and the rest…