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The LifeStyle Channel (owned by pay operator XYZ Networks) has commissioned Bill's Holiday, a seven-part culinary series with celebrity chef Bill Granger, which it will premiere on February 12. The s
09 Jan 2009
Tucked away in Sol Trujillo's speech to the Citigroup conference in the US was the suggestion that Telstra would destroy its copper network rather than open it up to a competitor building the national
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West Australian agency Screenwest has been having a review, and is now set to break the 1980s consensus that all government money in film and television should be investment, rather than grants. They
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The Writers' Guilds of America have announced the nominees for their annual awards.
US President-elect Barack Obama has requested that Congress delay the switchover to digital television, due in America on February 17.
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo has said that the company's exclusion from the bidding process to build the national broadband network will only put $2 billion in revenue at risk.
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Flickerfest – Australia’s premier international short film festival – will launch its 18th annual festival at the much-anticipated, star-studded Opening Night & After Party at Bondi Pavilion on Friday
Telstra has been revealed as the mystery buyer of iBurst radio broadband spectrum, with plans to use it for mobile internet and video applications.
Disney has pulled out of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawntreader, leaving Walden to try to find another production partner. Reepicheep would never abandon his friends...
The stage version of Disney's High School Musical has closed its doors only five weeks after it opened, and four weeks ahead of schedule, due to poor ticket sales.
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Screenwriters just don't curse people enough anymore. A list of the best cursed premises of all time.
Judging by the number of electronics companies touting internet ready television sets, the time might have finally arrived. And sitting behind the sets is a deal with Yahoo!
US-based Australians in Film has announced the judging panel for its Heath Ledger Scholarship. A director, a casting director, and two ex-girlfriends.
The Northern Territory Government is calling for applications for the inaugural Bob Plasto Screen Fellowship.
Icon Film Distribution has Danny Boyle’s Slumdog Millionaire. They released it on 33 screens on December 18, and are now using bricks of cash as doorstops and paperweights. Unfortunately, the introd
Waltz with Bashir is an animated documentary about memory and the way it can be suppressed to protect a person from the pain of the past.
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