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Director Michael Rymer combines the tiniest of indy films, signficant US sci-fi television and large budget.
The Lewis report into efficiencies in the national broadcasters finally landed in public, still scarred with a passion for secrecy.
Television series may feel like a writers' medium but the traditional producer is still in control and riding high.
US producer of large and small screen films Gale Anne Hurd was a real catch for SPA, and fitted neatly into the Australian development agenda.
Screen Forever gathered an extraordinary domestic and international panel to confront the most serious issue facing children's TV.
As the ABC holds ugly meetings with staff around Australia, Mark Scott sticks to the need for program cuts in public.
Success compels attention as Seven’s Tim Worner talks cost-cutting and production.
SVOD, FTA or Foxtel? In that battle for brand loyalty, Foxtel knows that local content is an increasingly handy weapon.
ABC Head of TV whistles insouciantly at budget cuts with low cost comedy.
Selling format rights into the US market is like selling ice to the Inuit - great bragging rights and a lingering sense of astonishment.
With the cuts to the ABC and SBS confirmed, the remarks of their CEOs at SPA make more sense. Now to hunt for the deeper implications.
Seven’s Tim Worner talks cost-cutting and production.
Do you need a degree in media if you want to work in the film or television industries?
Thursday saw a major attack of the droops for Seven, as the ABC and Ten both climbed.
Entertainment One goes into domestic production in Australia - and another little elephant balances on the production string.
Our man in Cannes sampled the market and tells us what products caught his fancy.
ReedMidem's awards bag acknowledges the power of SVOD as Sampson tiptoes round the temple with the money-changers.
Food is a fundamental human need. If the ratings are any indication, so is competition.
Millennials - catastrophe, challenge or comfort? Discuss, with minimal references to monetisation...
The Palais dealers are crouching under an avalanche of content. Here's a brief rundown of the scale and prices.
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