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02 Feb 2009
Nick Cook, executive producer of Bra Boys, has left his day job as marketing manager of Major Electrical Appliances for a life in the film industry.
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Beyond is excited to announce a raft of deals across the Americas; some resulting from new broadcaster relationships for Beyond.
David King, the bloke who led BBC Worldwide's buy-out of Lonely Planet, has a new job - as chief executive of the Time Out Group.
RTL, the Austrian company that owns British broadcaster Five, looks set to take control of that other free to air broadcaster, ITV.
Frozen lakes. Holes in the ground. A Red camera. Local crews. Yum Yum. The Otago film community is feeling a bit recession-proof.
A wide-eyed interview-bio piece on Palace Cinema's Antonio Zeccola - some fun facts you might not know, and a tone of journalistic wonder that will make the cynical want to retch, but those who live i
The wild, planetary history of Tamara Anghie.
Sunnyside of the Doc has published a long, very interesting article on the growing popularity - and finacial viability - of the web documentary.
SBS vailantly points out that 'Carla Cametti PD' is pulling 30% more viewers to the Thursday 8.30 slot, but the figures are not so enticing if you inspect the whole list.
30 Jan 2009
The National Association of Television Production Executives conference in Las Vegas is showing clear signs of the US recession - with attendance so low that you can get a cup of coffee without waitin
Google is setting up a network of servers and academic to identify ISPs who are deliberately slowing traffic over their networks, with the aim of making the service available to ISP customers. When a
Trouble and declining sales at US heavy equipment manufacturer Caterpillar will cause trouble for Kerry Stokes - who has a very nice cash cow in a mining equipment company called Wes Trac.
As Congress dickers over delaying the digital switchover date, American authorities have enlisted venerable institutions to supply and instll set-top boxes - the churches, and Meals On Wheels
She has kept her belief in empathy.
The US House of Representatives rejected a bill that would have delayed the switchover to digital television - but not by much, and they are going to try again. Switchover is due on February 12, so t
UK television distributors have joined forces with the government to create the TV Export Group - it looks like more government money, but really isn't, because export subsidies are naughty...
PassmoreLab in the US, working with Spike & Mike, has converted Anthony Lucas' short film Slim Pickings into the first-ever clay animation 3-D film. "Who did that?" the animator asked.
Telstra has upgraded the speed of its 3G mobile network to a theoretical 21 mbs, faster than most systems in the world.
Sir David Attenborough is to return to radio, with a Radio 4 monologue about the history of nature that will be broadcast in the Friday night slot once held by Alistair Cooke’s Letter From America.
For the first time in an age there are few real shocks and surprises. The unprecedented number of British hopefuls merely reflects the fact that our industry is currently generating the best independent cinema.
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