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On Thursday, the Chair of SBS Nihal Gupta apeared at a special hearing of a Senate Estimates Committee. The subject was him.
Best-selling author Elizabeth Gilbert took aim at the often-paralysing traits of fear and perfectionism in her talk on "How to be creative" at the All About Women festival this week.
Screen Australia outflanks broadcasters again - this time in drama.
We decode the legal-speak and debunk the myths to give you the essentials of what you need to know about creativity and copyright.
Deals, metering, piracy, long-awaited streaming giant Netflix joins some dots for anxious producer and consumers.
From the uplifiting to the truly ugly, Alison Leigh presents a mind-boggling sample of current factual content. Married at First Sight?
Arts jobs are so sought-after some people travel two or three hours a day or take a monthly 20-hour flight for the right gig.
On the edge of leaving, Joost den Hartog reflects on the issues driving his approach to the AIDC.
Crisis in children's television? A new book covers the production dilemmas and the policy swamp.
Calling 'drama not documentary' saved CJZ, producers of The House of Hancock but the legal battle may not be over yet for Nine.
You already know the demography of your audiences but do you understand why it is skewed? The equation is complex.
What is really different? What is really the same? The documentary movement in Australia picks its way through uncomfortable changes.
Despite more than 500 studies, reviewers say better research is needed to convince policy-makers that strong arts activity generates happier, healthier and wealthier societies.
Multiple studies prove the arts improve health, education and economic outcomes, a review of 90 research projects has shown.
Effective goal-setting takes more skill, discipline and self-awareness than simply following your dreams and expecting the universe to deliver.
The AACTA Awards are an artifice that is supposed to pay off in the living rooms of the nation. What did it look like on the teev?
James Walker, dead too soon, leaves a young family, a great body of work, and a deep sense of loss.
Despite the increased presence of queer culture in mainstream arts and entertainment there’s still a place for festivals such as Melt and Midsumma.
Thursday - curry sales are up at the takeaway in honour of the Indian passion for cricket. So it should.
The ScreenHub crystal ball looks at the deep challenges and transformations facing the sector in 2015.
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