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12 Dec 2008
Neither cultural heroes/villains made it onto 'Enough Rope', and Keating had a vintage moment to explain why. But we don't get it. What part of the show was unpleasant to either?
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While 'The Panel' is beaten for the last time, 'National Treasures' has been polished up again and set on the road, its supercharger purring with satisfaction.
If you want more story and characterisation, you have to accept that the time has to come from somewhere. So, less shagging. Is that what you want?
Fairfax Media, owner of Southern Star, has confirmed Brian McCarthy as CEO, amid expectations that the company will radically cut dividends to reduced debt.
Nearly five hundred millions reasons, actually. All gone in the last twelve months, with gruesome factors that will stop him getting the boodle back. Mind you, the remaining $341m would be handy.
It's a magazine program. Not too taxing on the brain. Very easy to digest..' Silvio Rivier clearly thinks you shouldn't bother to pitch that cannibal incest gangrene story.
ZDF Enterprises has signed a licensing agreement with merchandising outfit fremantlemedia licensing Germany. FLG will acquire full third party rights to Jonathan M. Shiff’s H20 - Just add water
Foxtel has acquired 400 hours of programming from FremantleMedia Enterprises. Reality program America's Toughest Jobs(10 x 60’) from BermanBraun and Original and doc series Hitler's Bodyguard (13 x 6
Dominick Dunne turned out to be the dream subject.which was very, very fortunate for the filmmakers, who could have been fed limb by limb into a metaphorical mincer by a true expert.
Hooee, a touch of class. The local newspaper is very happy.
Kerry Stokes is the new chair of West Australian Newspapers, after a long and often bitter campaign.
The Seven Network has announced that current programming and communications manager Ray Wardrop will take as managing director in Western Australia following the resignation of Chris Wharton.
How far will the ABC go to offload, sorry, utilise the assets of, its publishing arm?
It's not monopoly, it's oligopoly, as the last Marxist said after getting the sack.
Neighbours is about to get a Korean cast member. The Brits, it seems, had been complaining about the all-white thing. Expect nasty foreigners to start reading the Seven News, and fictional property
Newsreader Chris Bath has renewed her contract with the Seven Network, ending speculation that she was considering a move to Nine.
Max Uechtritz has quit his job as editor-in-chief of Ninemsn, and is off to Doha to run the news and factual programming for Al-Jazeera in English.
In 2009, the DOCO NZ Conference is a one day event as part of the DOCNZ Summit, to be held on Sunday 22 Feb, two days after AIDC.
Film Victoria is sending local script writer, Jane Allen, to the US on a 12 week fellowship with the hit television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Jane will shadow a script writer as scripts a
10 Dec 2008
The Principal of Presbyterian private boys' school Scots College has blamed Summer Heights High for anti-semitic statements made by some of his students online. It must be Chris Lilley's fault, becau
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