Mumbrellacast: Drop TV’s local content quota?; Hungry Jack’s kills its slogan; Ten axes Negus; The Oz’s paywall; Walkley nominations

  •    How’s the Advertising Standards Bureau doing? (0:42)
  •    Should we drop TV’s local content quota? (13:54)
  •    Parent’s Jury Fame & Shame awards (18:45)
  •    Why Hungry Jack’s axed “the burgers are better”  (25:39)
  •    Ten ends its George Negus at 6:30 experiment (30:33)
  •    The Australian switches on the paywall (38:30)
  •    And the Walkley nominations are… (43:32)

Featuring guest Fiona Jolly, CEO of the Advertising Standards Bureau, Mumbrella editor-in-chief Tim Burrowes, Mumbrella managing editor Robin Hicks, and podcast producer Colin Delaney. (49m 25s)
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