Mumbrellacast: Judge Sandilands, 120 printing jobs lost, when hair ads go bad

Kyle Sandilands recently announced he would be returning to our television screens in a Judge Judy-style show called Trial by Kyle. In this week’s edition of the Mumbrellacast, we discuss if Ten and Kyle have gotten over their bad blood after he was fired from Australian Idol back in 2009.

Plus, we’ve got our best guesses for ex-SBS CEO Michael Ebeid’s replacement, the lowdown on News Corp and Fairfax’s new printing deal, and Abby makes a call on her worst ad of the year so far.

We’ve also got an interview with Michael Buckley, the managing director for Accenture Interactive in Australia and New Zealand, about bridging the creative and consultancy divide, retaining trust in a programmatic world and deciphering real uses for blockchain.

In the news

In this week’s news roundup, the team discuss:

  • Kyle Sandilands makes a bid to be the next Judge Judy (1:08)
  • 120 jobs lost as News Corp and Fairfax enter shared printing press agreement
  • SBS CEO and managing director Michael Ebeid steps down (9:37)
  • We review some bad ads (12:58)

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Music credit: RetroFuture Clean Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Backbay Lounge Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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