Logies star Lisa Wilkinson, TV morning critic, was hired as her lawyer by noon
Lisa Wilkinson hired a lawyer a few hours after appearing on national television and calling Logies’ speech “bad,” according to News Corp. Sophie Elsworth and James Madden.
Wednesday morning, Matthew CollinsPresident of the Australian Bar Association, interviewed by Seven Network’s Sunrise program and said it was a “serious chance” the authorities would consider charging Work Co-presenter Wilkinson with contempt of court after her speech in Logies on Sunday night, which later led to the delay in the trial of the man accused of raping a former Liberal executive Brittany Higgins.
Within four hours of appearing on the morning television show, Dr. Collins was invited to represent Ten Network and Wilkinson.
See more: 10 responds to Lisa Wilkinson Logies speech that delayed the Higgins trial
“Without a Guiding Strategy”: Former Judith Neilson Institute executive gets rid of
One of the top founders of the Judith Neilson Institute (JNI) accused the organization’s leadership of lack of transparency in granting grants and approved his benefactor’s plans to refocus on funding the base and investigative journalism, he said. SMH’s Zoe Samios.
Pru Clark, who moved her family from the US to Australia in 2019, said she resigned from the Institute after 18 months because she disagreed with the direction his leadership was taking. “JNI was the first sponsor organization I worked for and it did not have a leadership strategy,” Clarke said. “I was concerned about the lack of transparency and procedure on how the grants were awarded.”
During this week, The Sydney Morning Herald and The age have revealed unrest at the Judith Neilson Institute, the country’s largest charitable journalism fund. The four independent directors of the institute, including the former NSW judge and the president of ABC James Spiegelman, abruptly resigned over concerns about its funding allocation plans. And the executive director of the institute, Mark Ryanhas engaged lawyers in a dispute over his continued employment.
NBCUniversal, Google competes to help Netflix grow ad-supported level
NBCUniversal of Comcast Corp. and Google Alphabet Inc. have emerged as top candidates to partner with Netflix Inc. and help the streaming company build a level of ad-supported service, according to people familiar with the matter, The Wall Street Journal’s Sarah Krouse, Patience Haggin, and Lillian Rizzo.
Netflix, which hopes to increase revenue by selling ads around its programming, is still in the early stages of developing the strategy and has explored a number of commitments in recent weeks.
A partnership with NBCUniversal would probably be exclusive, said people familiar with the matter. Comcast’s video ad unit, FreeWheel, would provide technology to help display ads, while NBCUniversal’s ad sales team would help sell ads in the US and Europe, people said.
A partnership with NBCUniversal would likely involve revenue sharing, and one question could be whether Netflix would guarantee a certain amount of revenue, they said. Linda Yaccarino, President of Global Advertising and Partnerships for NBCUniversal, would be a major player in such a partnership.
See more: Why an Ad-Supported Netflix Layer Would Be “Nirvana for Advertisers”
Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall are said to be splitting up
Rupert Murdochthe media titan, and Jerry Hall, the model and the actress, are getting a divorce, according to two people with knowledge of the decision. People would only speak anonymously to discuss a personal issue, report The New York Times’ Jim Ruthenberg and Benjamin Malin.
Bryce Tom, a spokesman for Murdoch, declined to comment. Hall representatives could not be reached for comment.
Murdoch’s divorce, his fourth, is unlikely to change the ownership structure of the companies in which he participates, including Fox News’s parent companies and The Wall Street Journal. The shares of the Murdoch family in the companies he founded are in a strictly managed trust. Murdoch separates voting rights in this trust with his four older children – Lahlan, Elizabeth, James, and Prudence – and has arranged them so that it can never be voted for.
The CEO of Warner Music Group will resign in 2023
CEO of Warner Music Group Steven Cooper will leave the media company next year, he says The Hollywood Reporter’s Ethan Vlessing.
In an SEC deposition on Wednesday, the WMG, which hosts people like Cardi B.. and Bruno Mars said he had “begun planning the succession” of Cooper, who will continue to serve as chief executive until his replacement is found and appointed.
Cooper, who is also a boardroom manager, has served as CEO of WMG since 2011 when he was hired by the chairman Edgar Bronfman Jr. A recovery expert, Cooper previously served as vice president and board member at MGM and has previously been involved in high-profile business reform efforts, including those at energy giant Enron and then-KrispyKreme Don.
R3 announces acquisition of Adbrands advertising intelligence platform
R3 announced that it has acquired the Adbrands advertising information platform. The acquisition marks the continuation of the investment of the global independent marketing consulting company in the analysis of the marketing landscape and in the monitoring of the client-agency collaborations.
R3 has done so far through Global Trees of Global, China and Asia Pacific Agency, New Business League and M&A League.
Founded in 1998, Adbrands evaluates more than 1,000 top advertisers, brands and companies and oversees the management of accounts for the world’s top brands and companies.
David Wenham hopes the series will reverse the ABC Archives decision
Its synchronization David Wenham series The ABC of… And a controversial decision to withdraw staff from ABC files could not be more bizarre, he says. TV tonight.
The series with six famous Australians contemplating historical shots of their younger selves could not exist without the work and dedication of the Archives staff.
“We could not do it the way we did it, the way we did it, without these amazing people working in the Archives,” says host David Wenham, “especially a man named Michael Osmond. He spent his life on ABC doing this. And this is the difference ..that there are people who have gone through the Archive, to know it from within. He could use his experience and tell us exactly what kind of clips would work for us.
“I can not tell you how incredibly difficult it would be without archivists and librarians working there.
“I am very optimistic that the decision will be reversed. “If this show can somehow force this decision to be overturned, I think that would be very, very positive.”
Neighbors star hits Logies: “It was incredibly disappointing”
Veteran Neighbours actor Ryan ‘Toadie’ Moloney blames Australian TV night for TV soap disrespect, News Corp’s reports Jonathon Moran.
The actress claimed that the producers of the Logie TV Week awards could have done more to honor the show that shot its last episode after 37 years.
“In all honesty, the package they wrote was incredibly disappointing,” Moloney told 2Day FM’s breakfast team. Dave ‘Hughesy’ Hughes, Erin Molan, and Ed Kavalee.
“I watched it for a while and thought, ‘Oh, okay Neighbours it was just summed up by a lot of food that was thrown at people’s heads. “
He added: “I think maybe the least they can do is make us say something. It was a huge… we are in the bloody Hall of Fame. “If that’s how you treat people, a show at the Hall of Fame, then good luck with the Logies.”
Darren McMullen’s new surprise reality show on the high seas
Darren McMullen has landed a new TV reality concert, which it hosts The boat of true lovereports News Corp’s Jonathon Moran.
His former host The Voice Australia and more recent Celebrity Apprentice The runner-up started shooting the series of acquaintances in the Mediterranean.
I think so Unmarried meets Under the deck in turn presenting a bunch of sexy singles looking for their perfect match on the high seas.
“I’m so excited to be a part of it The boat of true love “This is my first time on a ship and what better way to start than by cruising the Mediterranean in the summer,” McMullen said.