Unlock exclusive industry-focused arts hubs
In the know? Seen a great show? Think you have a better idea?
Hit the contribute button now to share your story
Become a Student member
Become a screenhub member
Do you want to drive awareness of your event to an engaged audience?
Do you want access to a ticketing solution?
Now you can do both on screenhub.com.au
Showing all Television news
How does the casting process work in an arena where new and emerging performers are the norm and budgets are lower? We look at Homecoming Queens, F*!#ing Adelaide, Wrong Kind of Black and Sheilas to find some answers.
Seven rescues the Fisher family and its trademark glama-detective approach to evil as Miss moves to Ms and 1930 skips a war.
Kids' TV drama is a rare beast these days, especially in NSW, but as Northern Pictures' 'Hardball' starts shooting in Western Sydney, we talk to Executive Producer Catherine Nebauer about finding the fun as well as the money..
Tony Ayres has walked away from Matchbox Pictures to become a global player. Here's why.
Gristmill's Wayne Hope and Robyn Butler are Back in Very Small Business with their gooey, chewy secret: You can be sweet and sharp at the same time.
Brisbane (film), Melbourne (TV) and Castlemaine (docs) offer great festival gutzing. We take the chance to expand our list of streaming titles filtered through the Hivemind.
Michael Ebeid is moving on from SBS after a solid stint as Managing Director. No news yet on his future.
New kinds of storytelling are possible with the web series format. But for producers like Andrea Denholm of Princess Pictures, they're still mainly passion projects and incubators for fresh talent.
For an artist, death is not final if the work lives on beyond personal memory. Editor Suresh Ayyar's friends search the essence of his touch in an extended collection of clips.
Do we have showrunners in Australian TV? Yes, says Drew Proffitt, co-creator of SBS series 'Dead Lucky', and it's the way to go if you want to retain creative control and IP rights.
The Logies goes to Queensland and gets tropical but no longer topical. Even the experts v the people dimension has been washed away.
Rupert Myer retires from AusCo, new AD for Tasmanian Theatre Company, Zemiro to head Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Board changes at ANAT and Multicultural Arts Victoria.
The screen sector is trying once more to be cute, intelligent and potentially irritating in federal politics. It's Winter Lobby Time.
Writer of drama and comedy and the ultimate veteran - Hugh Stuckey is dead.
In 2011, Anne Richey interviewed Hugh Stuckey, who provided a gallop through his life story starting as a four year old tap dancer. Seven years later it is a fitting obituary.
From artists to museum directors, screen producers, publishers and arts patrons – we take a look at who was honoured this year.
Has the SAFC brought Matchbox and Screentime to Adelaide at just the right moment? We'd like to think so.
Steeped in culture, Screenhub's new journalist reckons that Phryne Fisher is the closest thing we have to a superhero. How does she claim her right to the red carpet and the silver screen?
Producers David Jowsey and Greer Simpkin talk about transforming Ivan Sen's arthouse Westerns into ABC's hit series.
The death of Tony Morphett inspires colleagues to honour his skills as a screenwriter, his feeling for character and his grace as a human being.
Advertise your event to a captive audience
Maximise the visibility and reach of your brand and events by advertising with ArtsHub. Spread the word to an engaged audience.
Become an Australian screen industry insider by joining screenhub - the one-stop-shop for the latest industry news, jobs, what’s on and much more.
A screenhub membership is the best investment your career can get and starts from only $2.30 a week (tax deductible).