Mumbrellacast: Jones stays put, Wicked Campers attacked, plus the DDB team joins us

In this week’s Mumbrellacast, the team tackle the Alan Jones rumour mill in an attempt to uncover what’s really happening at Macquarie Media. There’s also the wrapping up of the Boss trademark dispute between Ten and Nine, the Federal government making a move on Wicked Campers and Ten winning the Rugby World Cup broadcasting rights.

Plus, we’ve got a chat with the team from the newly-installed team at DDB Sydney (21:12). Throughout the wide-ranging talk we tackle the divide between strategy and creativity, how the new team has been able to provide a fresh perspective, and why diversity is the key to making great work.

In the news

  • Alan Jones still on top in the first radio ratings of the year (1:15)
  • Ten and Nine walk away from the Boss trademark dispute (05:48)
  • Federal government makes moves on Wicked Campers (08:34)
  • Ten wins Rugby World Cup broadcasting rights ( 13:26)

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Music credit: RetroFuture Clean Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Hard Boiled Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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