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Commercial television is hammering to reduce the amounts of drama etc it is compelled to run. But spiralling sports costs are a much bigger problem.
The Make it Australian Campaign is now absorbing a huge amount of energy and imagination in the lead-up to the May budget.
Chris Oliver-Taylor talks motives, paradox and the eye of the historic storm to break out of his Matchbox box.
Mary Magdalene and Peter Rabbit approach, while SPA does learnings and Arenamedia grows like topsy with some ace staff.
Vale: Nigel Alexander Dick AM PhD, March 15, 1928 – March 8, 2018.
It looks as if the screen sector is capitalising on a huge international shift in gender attitudes. Even Married At First Sight is caught up in the drama.
Screen producer Sue Maslin and journalist Tracey Spicer discuss the #metoo and #timesup campaigns, and where next for the fight against sexual harassment in Australia.
A series of personal and transformative documentaries told by LGBTIQ filmmakers will screen on ABC iview this Sunday to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
December Media opens a door onto the kind of juvenile behaviour which can erupt on a set, but publicised an external finding it was never 'sexual harassment, sexual misconduct or workplace bullying.'
The Australia Day Honours List offers an opportunity for reflection on how well we acknowledge and value culture's contribution to our nation.
Will the new version of Romper Stomper provoke moral outrage? We don't know yet, but we can interview the man behind the original idea.
We salute the lives and careers of the artists, performers and patrons who took their final curtain call in 2017.
It's now a muscled-up traditional studio v the new tech companies in a struggle for world domination as Disney takes on Netflix, Amazon and Google after absorbing the Murdoch empire.
A disquieting television reprisal that has life imitating art imitating life in a story of modern identity, anger and fear.
Our language tells us a lot about who we are: our confidence, our embrace of trends, our professionalism and our priorities. So what did 2017 say?
No-one even cares about the world's deadliest weather.
Back to a decent gardening show, a 6pm quiz, a democratic look at art... some nice stuff for Auntie in 2018.
The documentary award at the Walkleys is a tribute to the courage and honesty of Liz Jackson, so much more than a consummate professional.
Until now, executive men have largely closed ranks and protected the perpetrators of abuse, harassment and assault against women colleagues.
A bunch of mid-evening comedies puts the ABC up the percentages, as it refuses to accept the idea that ratings are almost over so it should collapse into somnolence. While strip programming Struggle Street has worked for SBS.
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