Mumbrellacast: Speed’s Ian Perrin on the importance of stuffing up

On this week’s Mumbrellacast, Speed’s Ian Perrin chats to us about slow-moving media agencies, the history of Naked, and the importance of stuffing up (25:48).

In this week’s news chat, we cover the broadcast of the Christchurch terrorist attack, which is currently being investigated by ACMA.

Plus, we dig into Woolies’ new stand-alone media business fronted by former Adshel CEO Mike Tyquin, WPP boss Mark Read’s comments about his agency’s problems, and Ten’s Pointless replacement.

We’re also joined by the team behind Pitch2Punchline, who are giving 20 Mumbrella readers the chance to perform stand up comedy at the Sydney Opera House. 

In the news

  • ACMA to investigate media coverage of Christchurch terrorist attacks (1:26)
  • Woolies launches stand-alone media business with Mike Tyquin at the helm (09:50)
  • WPP boss Mark Read speaks out about agency’s problems (15:00)
  • Ten replaces Pointless with Celebrity Name Game, fronted by Grant Denyer (19:37)

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