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The finale of Australian Ninja Warrior gives Nine its expected triumph.
Pulse arrives but does run screaming around the ward. Then again, the reviews were not kind.
Eliminating the delay in access to episodes has made the HBO series part of shared media culture that transcends national boundaries.
Nine pips Seven after its overwhelming tide of carnage driven by hugely muscled gym beasts. Cleverman is looking pretty poorly.
ABC Production Manager Jenny Barty died suddenly, so close to retirement, leaving us to realise just how much she is loved.
Surely Cleverman deserves more than this.
SBS does a micro-dance of joy as it adds an extra half of its national share on the back of social upheaval.
A national Talent Camp targets diverse budding NSW creatives who want a career in screen, so practice your elevator pitch to be in the running.
KEO Films has announced that it is beating the retreat on its Australian operation - or maybe not.
Everyone has pinched a bit off the ABC in the national shares. Not happy Auntie.
Car Wars and the AFL gives Seven a solid hit for the night.
63 people who have given tireless support to the arts were recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours this year.
AFL on 464,000 in the five cities while NRL is under 386,000. Both run patchily across Australia.
Thursday night AFL on Seven is killing the competition.
ABC loses Current Affairs veteran.
AFL turns out to be a killer app, giving Seven a 3% jump on Wednesday to leave everyone else grumpy.
With the budget out of the way, the ABC has its early evening mojo back, though binge watching has eroded Seven Types of Ambiguity as a weekly event.
Former Head of ABC Television Kim Dalton’s Platform Paper argues that the ABC ignores and ultimately betrays its wider responsibilities to government and to our culture. Children’s television is a clear example.
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Holiday Horrors Caught on Camera beat Seven Types of Ambiguity by at least 60,000 in the five cities. Revenge will come on catch-up.
New jobs, new kinds of project - some announcements show us how the industry is changing.
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