Mumbrellacast: Paul Murray on life behind the mike; Nova’s teddygate; Social media with Shaggy; Sunrise after Adam Boland

In this weeks Mumbrellacast:

Featuring Fleishman-Hillard VP of digital media Scott Rhodie, Triple M’s Paul Murray and Mumbrella editor Tim Burrowes:

  • Paul Murray on balancing daily radio and TV duties; delivering porn to politicians; why The Daily Show wouldn’t work Down Under; Neil Mitchell’s “disgraceful self promotion” and the inspiration of Andrew Denton;
  • Nova’s teddy-in-the blender ad;
  • Are Australian newspapers really ‘perfectly positioned’ for the future?;
  • R U OK? Day and the stresses of life in the media eye;
  • Shaggy’s Foursquare birthday in Sydney;
  • How Adam Boland backed chemistry at Sunrise;
  • Kerri-Anne Kennerley in controversy corner  

Production by Georgina Pearson.

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