Start the Week: A new Twitter clone from Meta; Coalition promises TV networks $46m tax cut; new hires at Scire; No love for subs
Welcome to Start the Week, our Monday scene-setter for the week ahead.
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Coalition proposes $46m TV tax cuts;
Survey reveals public support for government gambling ads ban;
Children’s commercial programming takes a nosedive;
A new Twitter clone from Meta;
Media startup Scire announces new hires;
Walkleys Foundation slammed for scrapping headline award;
Stan steps down from Q&A - will his replacement save the ratings?;
Today’s episode feature Tim Burrowes and Abe Udy.
Australian Financial Review: Coalition pitches $46m tax cut to TV networks after gambling ad attack
The Australian Financial Review: Strong support for Dutton’s sport betting ad ban
The Australian: Commercial TV networks’ spending on children’s content plummets
Australian Financial Review: Chris Janz’s (attempted) journalist poach-a-thon bears its first fruit
TechCrunch: Everything we know about Instagram’s Twitter clone, due this summer
The Australian: Walkleys slammed for scrapping award for ‘best headline’
Crikey: How I hacked the Walkleys: confessions of a journalism award nominee
The Australian: RN’s Patricia Karvelas set to front Q+A after Stan Grant’s shock exit
Time to leave you to start your week.
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