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28 Jan 2009
The Screen Actors' Guild, chanelling Ronald Reagan, has folded, removed its combative negotiators and trooped off to see the witch deep in the woods... how do you think this story could end?
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One of the child stars of Slumdog Millionaire is reported to be sleeping under a tarpaulin. They were paid, according to the producers, but nobody is saying how much...
Foxtel will sponsor the Adelaide Cabaret Festival for the next three years. For some reason, Kurt Weil's "Ballad of Immoral Earnings" leapt into our consciousness. Like magic, really.
The National Geographic Society has launched a record label, Nat Geo Music. The label will record, release and promote modern music from around the world. Shock Records in Australia & New Zealand.
Australia, The Black Balloon, Son of a Lion, The Square and Unfinished Sky will all vie for Best Feature Film at the 25th annual Film Critics Circle of Australia (FCCA) Awards for Australian Film, to
The Asia Pacific management team of Vividas Group has bought 100% of Vividas Technologies and Vividas from the administrators of the UK-based parent company.
Unavailable as an illegal download until last week, Baz Luhrmann's Australia has become the first local movie to make the pirate top ten – debuting in second spot behind Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, a
An eight part series of one bloke trying to visit every country in the world, inside one year, without travelling by aeroplane. It was going well, until he hit the Caribbean. If you happen to have r
Jamie Durie's The Outdoor Room, Make Me A Supermodel and The Great Outdoors, both starring Jennifer Hawkins, are in limbo. Seven is still deciding whether to let the axe fall.
GOLD Coast-based Bollywood star Tania Zaetta will get compensation for the being defamed by the Defence Department. The one thing we don't know, is how much.
The BBC will be the only terrestrial broadcaster in the UK not to transmit an appeal for aid to Gaza. The Beeb says it would compromise the impartiality of its Middle Eastern coverage. Packs of rabi
There will be no pay rises this year for the BBC's embattled executives, just the grim reality of lurching from one crisis to the next, with only the hope of a G&T at the end of the day to sustain the
A South African DJ convinced 2Day FM to spend $150,000 promoting an exclusive interview with Tom Cruise, then told them they'd been set-up, live, on-air, on their own time.
TVNZ is covering the Louis Vuitton Pacific Series, and has fitted each of the yachts with data-boxes, which if all goes according to plan, will send constant streams of information to the broadcaster.
Haydn Keenan has put out one of the strangest and most enticing requests we have ever encountered on ScreenHub. He may even be looking for you.
A long, and competent, article on the gentle art of keeping television soap fresh, even if it has been in the viewer's armpit for 7,000 episodes.
SBS’s audience share continued to rise in 2008 with the network achieving its best ever primetime share of people 16+ - 6.2 per cent, up from 6 per cent in 2007.
In a world first, Hoyts movie goers in Australia will now be able to book and purchase movie tickets on their mobile phone using PayPal.
Editing 3D is a lot different, and a bit weird, and trials are completing on doing it for television. Interviews with the editors who do it for a living.
Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn finally started filming on January 26, with Steven Spielberg directing, and producing alongside Peter Jackson and Kathleen Kennedy.
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