Media Companies

ARN, Southern Cross latest media companies to slash salaries

Radio network operators, Southern Cross Austereo and Australia Radio Network, have become the latest media operators to confirm staff pay cuts and reduction of hours across teams as they battle again declining advertising spend in the COVID-19 crisis.

Leadership

More media companies withdraw earnings guidance

Media companies are continuing to withdraw their earning guidance as COVID-19 continues to spread and affect business operations globally, while others suspend trade altogether.

New Premium Content Alliance debuts

Two Australian media associations will join forces later this year on a new alliance aimed at promoting the country’s premium content media across channels.

Leadership

New body for independent media agencies launched

A new industry body aiming to give independent media agencies a voice has been launched. Independent Media Agencies of Australia (IMAA) is a new, national, not for profit body with 20 founding members.

Measurement & Analytics

Southern Cross Radio hits smart speaker and app news milestone

Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) says it has achieved more than one million listens to its 'News on Demand' smart speakers and app service, less than two years after launch, reflecting fast adoption of voice-activated device engagement.

Digital Marketing

Foxtel taps data to overhaul content, channels, advertising services

A stronger data insights story, new advertising products, Samsung smart TV deal, four additional channels, extended content partnerships and a Lifestyle brand overhaul are among the ways the Australian pay TV player is looking to retain advertiser relevance in a hotly contested content streaming world.

Digital Marketing

​The Economist CMO: It’s all about the content

In an industry dominated by fake news, click bait and traditional news outlets struggling to let go of old operating models, The Economist could teach the Fairfaxes and NewsCorps a thing or two about how to attract, and retain, readers.

Digital Marketing

What it took to rebrand the Yahoo7 business

It was a rebrand challenge two-a-half years and one arguably large misstep in the making. Following the acquisitions of AOL in 2015 and Yahoo in July 2016, US-based telco giant, Verizon, set out on a mission to unify and rebrand its media, adtech and Internet properties as one global offering. The resulting ​umbrella entity, Oath,​ was officially unveiled in June 2017 at Cannes.

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A Brand for social justice

In 2020, brands did something they’d never done before: They spoke up about race.

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VP and principal analyst and senior analyst, Forrester

Determining our Humanity

‘Business as unusual’ is a term my organisation has adopted to describe the professional aftermath of COVID-19 and the rest of the tragic events this year. Social distancing, perspex screens at counters and masks in all manner of situations have introduced us to a world we were never familiar with. But, as we keep being reminded, this is the new normal. This is the world we created. Yet we also have the opportunity to create something else.

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Should your business go back to the future?

In times of uncertainty, people gravitate towards the familiar. How can businesses capitalise on this to overcome the recessionary conditions brought on by COVID? Craig Flanders explains.

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