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12 Dec 2008
Getty Images had a competition for films about its collection. The winner is called 'Photograph of Jesus', which says it all, really.
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Leave community TV, go on YouTube, make a bucket of cash. Maybe for powerboating, maybe not for Pinoy, though the home country audience could really help.
One day, the Kharmic Week will come round, perhaps after SBS is the top rating network, and Seven will wish it had the golf back. Until then, perhaps not.
The CEO of MediaWorks NZ (TV3) replies to impudent technical questions, readers think he has hidden a fairyfloss machine in his computer.
On top of their deal to provide the playout and post production facilities to Movie Network Channels through The Playroom Sydney, the companies new captioning service, The SubStation, has just announc
Maybe the ALP is regretting they ever heard of it.
The first of the projects under the Cross-Media Development Initiative between Singapore’s Media Development Authority and ScreenWest have been announced at the Asian Television Festival.
Like the Americans, the European digital technology provider Arts Alliance Media now has a healthy tranche of capital and access to satellite distribution for films and special events.
Noggin the Nog, Ivor the Engine and The Clangers - creator gone, but remembered by millions and loved by animators like the Aardman gang.
A group of Yahoo! shareholders are trying to entice Microsoft to take the company over, as shares dip below $US10. Microsoft, having been rejected once, has previously said that it is not interested.
Yahoo!7 will provide a free, 90 minute broadcast of the start of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
Forty years ago, the computer mouse was demonstrated for the first time, along with the window and the graphic user interface. The demonstration was filmed in exciting black and white.
Are the Australian animators showing the world how to open the floodgates of much lower budgeted animation? Variety is seriously intrigued.
10 Dec 2008
Australian ISPs have said that they will not take part in the government's trial of internet filtering - or will only take part in order to prove that the plan is idiotic.
A new open source standard called Open CL 1 has been agreed to by most of the major computer players (except Microsoft). This will tap the gigaflops of computing power currently locked up in the grap
The Television Technical Operators College (TTOC) – the Australian broadcast industry's only accredited advanced vocational training course – today announced three key appointments to further strength
Sony Australia says that it is in better shape than its parent company, and won't be cutting any jobs locally. Sony globally announced 8,000 layoffs overnight.
Gearhouse Broadcast. "Working in the jungle presents an interesting challenge but, as the world's leading flyaway company, we have the skill and experience to deliver a high quality programme."
08 Dec 2008
TVNZ will revamp its websites with the aim of doubling advertising revenue every year.
David Kirk resigned as CEO of Fairfax Media. This is why it happened.
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