Daily Press Summary | Wednesday 11 September 2019
DAX signs exclusive deal with Endemol Shine Group
Endemol Shine UK’s Remarkable Television released its debut podcast last week, ‘The Birthday Game’ hosted by Richard Osman. The agreement includes on-air promotion of ‘The Birthday Game’ across Radio X and its digital and social platforms.
Why both context and content are key
Ash Bendelow, managing director and creative partner at Brave chooses ‘Breakdown app’ for the AA as this month’s winner of the Aerial Awards.
Monty Panesar signs up for weekly show on Panjab Radio
The British-born Panjabi cricketer, a winner of the Ashes with England, will host a Saturday afternoon show from 3-6pm called ‘The Full Monty’.
Marie Claire UK announces end of print publication
The UK edition of Marie Claire has announced plans to cease its print publication after 31 years in favour of a “digital-first future”.
US states instigate antitrust probe over Google’s online advertising dominance
A group of 48 US states have launched an antitrust probe against Alphabet-owned Google over its outsize dominance of online advertising, with only the states of California and Alabama breaking the show of unity.
The Sun shines brightest on mobile as news brand’s reach grows to 33m
The Sun is now by far the UK’s most popular news brand after its huge mobile audience for website and spin-off brands continued to grow.
BBC Radio 3 launches new shows, cuts Late Junction to one night
BBC Radio 3 has unveiled its autumn/winter season programming, as well as schedule changes, new programmes and presenter signings.
Apple TV+ unveils November launch date and price
First original shows will be available in more than 100 countries worldwide.
talkSPORT 2 launches dedicated women’s football show
Hosted by talkSPORT broadcaster Faye Carruthers, the show will also have a new a co-host each week made up by former and current players and leading journalists.
Long live iPlayer Radio because BBC Sounds is awful
Why is the BBC killing the perfectly good iPlayer Radio app next Monday when its alternative, BBC Sounds, is still so broken?
Facebook and Instagram tighten rules on self-harm images
Social network and its subsidiary to crack down on potentially dangerous content.