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We crave the ideas which make a difference, but Laszlo Kriston also pays careful attention to the enticing rustle of money.
Peter Greste wrote a speech in prison, delivered on his behalf to the Frontline Club in London. Here it is...
New buyers on the block, the changing deal-making ecosystem, the (un)coolest content gimmicks. Everything you need to know about the evolving MIPCOM market.
To James Murdoch, the 21st century is an IP owner's playground, in the same old moral vacuum.
Our European correspondent assembles the Australian children's content on offer at MIP Jnr, and is impressed..
Tough, uncertain times in chlldren's drama as the producers head to MIP Junior in the endless search for the finance they can't secure at home.
Laurie Zaks has the power to bend minds in the ruthless carnage of US TV drama deals. How does she use it?
The funding tactics have changed in the evolving documentary guidelines, but the internal logic remains remarkably stable.
After the position document, and the first round of guidelines, and the opposition, we have the second and probably final round. Who blinked at what?
With the Stratton-Pomeranz combo leaving at the end of the year, the ABC is presented with a conundrum. What next?
Behind the remarkable stories in Dreamhouse is an adventurous production process which touches on some key issues in documentary.
It is rare to read an internal rumination about a commissioned documentary series from the ABC.Here is Anita Brown on Dreamhouse.
Matchbox, Canberra, politics, two veteran journalists and a scripting process which is the opposite of precious.
Is this tranche more focused on 'what matters'? It certainly looks like fun, to the tune of 12 projects and $12m.
Producer and screenwriter Felicity Packard talks about the making of the ABC miniseries Anzac Girls.
The NFSA has been conducting a fence-mending exercise with stakeholders after its recent restructure drew an angry reaction.
Rebranding is a quick way to offend millions and a slow way to draw new audiences. The ABC has jumped in the deep end again.
Will the new Screen Australia guidelines be radically revised? In the face of a looming budget crisis? Do we plod on regardless?
What if we have to abandon the territorial and time license system in a globalised business? Stop screaming, it doesn't help.
Ask the right question, get a fascinating answer. A game now played with TV audiences in both New Zealand and Australia.
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