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Author: Jonathan Hopkins

This article originally appeared in Smart Company and can be viewed here: https://www.smartcompany.com.au/marketing/mogulmediaowned-media-business/   Trying to explain the value of owned media can be difficult, but Russel Howcroft from ABC TV’s The Gruen Transfer and PwC nailed it when he said Chemist Warehouse is already making millions...

Harrods, Woolworths Group and Amazon are three brands reshaping the retail sector and shining a spotlight on the incredible value of owned media and the possibility of unlocking multi-million dollar revenue streams. By developing internal media business units, these companies, along with numerous iconic retailers, are...

Netflix global numbers are phenomenal and scary in equal measure: Netflix has acquired a whopping 150 million subscribers, but has amassed $42BN in debt and longer-term payments relating to content (broadcast rights). Their annual programming budget for Netflix Originals alone is reported to be US$15BN....

What retailers can learn from Harrods Harrods, Woolworths Group and Amazon are three brands reshaping the retail sector and shining a spotlight on the incredible value of owned media and the possibility of unlocking multi-million dollar revenue streams. By developing internal media business units, these companies, along...

Retailers are the new media moguls Retailers are poised to generate highly profitable revenue through their media argues Sonder’s Jonathan Hopkins. The Gruen Transfer’s Russel Howcroft said it best when he remarked live on-air how Chemist Warehouse are shrewdly making millions from their suppliers before they’d even...

The digital age has seen many pioneering businesses fall by the wayside due to their structural inability to adapt, reluctance to adapt or slowness to adapt. Kodak, Nokia and Blockbuster immediately spring to mind. But in today’s connected economy where trust is the most important...