TV tax fright, ‘nepo baby’ trends & Love Productions’ Richard McKerrow
Media news and analysis – CEO of Love Productions Richard McKerrow joins us to discuss his brand new series for Channel 4: The Piano. Plus he shares an update on how the search for Matt Lucas’ replacement on Bake Off is going…
(Another) Government Shake Up, tales from GrowthLab & Iger’s plans for Disney
The UK Culture Ministry goes from DCMS back to CMS, and receives its twelfth Secretary in as many years as Lucy Frazer replaces Michelle Donelan.
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…
US Special: Murdoch dumps Trump, Twitter Chaos & Fenton Bailey’s take on Reality TV
Has Trump been dumped by Murdoch? In this week’s show, host Jake Kanter is joined by Karin Robinson (Edelman) and Alex Hudson (Newsweek) to dissect the US media landscape in the wake of the Midterms. Also in the programme, we discuss the news that Emma Tucker looks set to swap editing the Sunday Times for…
Where next for Ch4? Outrage at media arrests, Gary Lineker & Tony Pastor on Goalhanger Podcasts
Gary Lineker and Tony Pastor, co-founders of Goalhanger Films and Podcasts, talk about their top-hitting shows and covering the upcoming Qatar World Cup.
Biggest BBC Cuts Yet To Come, British Journalism Awards & Guardian hits 1m
Just how much more can the BBC cut from its services? Potentially the same amount again, it transpires, with their schedules set to be packed with repeats as the corporation is forced to make “significant” programming cuts, according to the National Audit Office. Matt Deegan is joined by The Times’ media correspondent Jake Kanter, The…
BONUS – Sophie K: breaking the mould
Recorded live at the Radio Academy Festival this week, Kerrang! Radio breakfast show presenter Sophie K talks about smashing through barriers and breaking the mould as a female in the male-dominated world of rock radio.
Episode 100: Yet Another Culture Sec & A Sky High Bid
<![CDATA[Media news and analysis with Olly Mann and guests radio producer Trevor Dann (Audio UK) & journalist and writer Tobi Oredein (Black Ballad). What does another new culture secretary mean for the industry? Who won the latest copyright battle between the internet giants and the EU? What will LBC do with Eddie Mair? Our panel…
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…