Dec 18, 2022 • 32M

The year in review: CMO moves; brand crises; a Netflix U-turn; war for the Market Herald; the madness of Musk and ABC's audio audience collapse

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Tim Burrowes
Insights into the media and marketing industry from an Australian perspective, from the founder of Mumbrella and the author of the best selling book Media Unmade, Tim Burrowes
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Welcome to the final Start the Week podcast of 2022, in which Tim Burrowes and Abe Udy look back on the ten biggest stories of the year.

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The best of Unmade’s analysis:

Brand PR crises of 2022:

The big marketer moves:

The AFL TV rights renewal:

The Market Herald saga:

The ABC’s audio audience decline:

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Musk’s Twitter purchase:

The legal year:

The year of audio:

Netflix moves in to advertising:

The year in Unmade:

Audio production was courtesy of Abe’s Audio, the people to talk to about voiceovers and sound design for corporate videos, digital content, commercials and podcasts.

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Tim Burrowes