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The latest and maybe the best reinvention of the old Chinese Monkey legend from The Journey to the West comes from Australia, with New Zealand and Netflix in close attendance.
It’s your last chance for this weekend’s INTRO TO VR in Sydney, WRITING FOR TV (10 weeks, online) starting next week, and INTERNATIONAL MARKET STRATEGY in Melbourne next Thursday, presented by Screen Producers Australia (SPA) in conjunction with AFTRS.
SBS and the ABC confront each other to control the non-cookery mid to late evening. Its serious doc v prime comedy.
Ambitious funding program shows Create NSW’s commitment to keeping up its services to both arts and screen.
One of Australia's favourite satirists, John Clarke, has died suddenly, aged just 68.
Different combos of sport, but the results are very, very stable.
ACMI and Film Victoria secure a version of Series Mania, a key international television festival.
The football machine is now up to pressure and trundling around the paddock. The usual Thursday lack of MKR makes much more difference.
While the government and private networks spread further and further across the popular/industry voting divide, the audiences still like very different programs.
SBS runs a train doc which beats Biggest Loser, Bully and Todd Sampson.
Is Nine really tanking its news broadcasts? No, it is an artefact of the national figures. All is well, though we mourn the loss of the Gogglebox audience to football.
In the arts, retirement is often not an option.
With the Australian International Documentary Conference this week, we can only provide the ratings in a single clump.
Nothing much happened as Seven used a Canadian train as cut-through, Ten hung on with celebrities and Nine ran out with the NRL. Winter is coming.
Bookmakers beat critics when it comes to making Oscars predictions. It's nine years since they have been wrong.
Want to know why money is so tight in commercial television production except at the top? Here's Seven's half yearly results.
Seven is back in the home grown format game with two new shows as its long running love affair with talent shows runs out of steam.
Newtons Law has found an audience but we wish it was larger. Gogglebox continues to do well for Ten, along with the night's sole squirm show, I'm a Celebrity.
A week which confirms the gloss has gone of MKR. I'm a Celebrity has a new lease of life, and audiences love the squirms of marriage gone wrong, even if the network caused it.
Australian Writers' Guild supports new series, showcases five more in drive for writer-driven quality.
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