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Jun 6, 2016

The Guardian | UK | Media | Media Briefing - June 6, 2016: Today's Media Stories From the Papers

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Alex Graham in talks with Michael Jackson on TV production launch
Wall to Wall creator also in negotiations with All3Media founders over launching a venture to invest in media and entertainment businesses

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‘Bible of trends’ for the media industry charts more famine than feast
Emily Bell: From adblocking to a slowdown in mobile phone sales, investment company’s slide deck indicates the end of growth

Today’s headlines

The GuardianTulip Siddiq: female MPs need training to deal with online trolls. P4
Walking Dead creator: ‘Optimism doesn’t always show in my work’. P28
From Sharon Horgan to Jo Brand: women take the comedy throne at Channel 4. P29
Emily Bell: ‘Bible of trends’ for the media industry charts more famine than feast. P29
Daily TelegraphTelegraph readers back Brexit and Boris Johnson as next Tory leader. P1
Poldark star says she has had speech coach after mumbling complaints. P1
TV box sets ‘to blame for decline in intimacy’. P3
Couple to broadcast wedding live on Facebook and Twitter. P13
Bryony Gordon on how she told her Telegraph bosses she had OCD. P23
Financial Times
Boris Johnson to face all-female team of remain campaigners in TV clash. P3
Guy Hands reopens battle with Citigroup over EMI deal. P19
‘Endemic’ fraud threatens digital advertising budgets. P19
The TimesNo 10 blocked poster attacking Boris. P8
Train company will beam free TV and films to passengers. P21
Terra Firma chief back in court over EMI purchase. P38
Sir Martin Sorrell faces revolt against his pay package of £70m. P38
Wall Street Journal
UK turns to humorous ads to boost EU referendum turnout. B1
The future of Channel 4 should not rest on a political move to Birmingham. P43
PR and advertising: Euro 2016, we need all the help we can get. P43
Sales of TVs and snacks set for Euro 2016 boost. P45
Daily Mail
Review of the new Top Gear’s second episode. P3
TV box sets ‘to blame for decline in intimacy’. P13
Esther Rantzen: BBC should save shows such as Bargain Hunt and Antiques Roadshow. P17
Google’s revolving door to Whitehall and the EU. P27
Daily ExpressPresenter Fearne Cotton pens her first cookbook. P18
The Sun
Editorial: BBC should not fight discrimination with more discrimination. P10
BBC advertises for The One Show host from ‘ethnically diverse background’. P13
Star BBC presenters ‘regularly sent human poo in the post’. P13
Sharon Osbourne takes pay cut to return to The X Factor. P35
Daily MirrorOutspoken Muhammad Ali shoots from the lip to floor TV viewers. P8
Ex-Coronation Street star is a crack shot after SAS training for Our Girl. P13
TV play backs father’s call for Iraq justice. P25
Daily StarJeremy Clarkson dig at ‘shouty’ Evans. P9
Delight for viewers at new Gogglebox girl. P14
Actor saved from life of vice after Game of Thrones role. P19
Soaps slap a ban on boring Brexit. P28
Doctor Foster wins best drama at Sky Arts Awards. P28

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