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The ABC, once king of quality Wednesday, is doing barely better than Ten.
Tim Worner, CEO, Seven West Media is a very happy camper over the Corby Affair.
Seven doesn't need a resurrection, but gets one anyway, as Resurrection lifts it ten percent clear of Nine.
Ten slides even further down the gurgled. Under thirteen percent is beyond humiliating.
Given the love of soaps in Australia, there is a certain irony in the way in which Seven and Ten are behaving like a rejected plot line from Neighbours. Dr O'D reflects..
Big crocs do well, as The Block defeats My Kitchen Rules, but the small fry are really suffering.
The ABC's use of that 8.30 Thursday slot for premium local shows pays off in the shares, while Nine just takes the night in the absence of Fang Central, aka My Kitchen Drools.
While American drama dominates ASTRA this year, we will soon see a new temptation on the block as the BBC brings premium content to its massive international octopus. But you have to be local to unde
The ABC is not quite so mad as hell about its slumbering Wednesday night as Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell gains 52,000 in the five cities and reaches 0.926m nationally. Puberty Blues is climbing too.
NCIS lines up for Ten against Big Bang Theory on Nine, and Winners and Losers on Seven. Does the plucky local show come through?
Patricia Powell-Hughes presides over EP, which has mastered the fine, secret art of placing senior executives and professionals in the entertainment industries. While the details are very, very secret
As Stephens rushes back to his nook at Seven, after signing for Ten, he explained his defection thus: "Now that I have stopped the painkillers and other drugs and with a clear mind, feel that I can no
Over a mll for the Grand Prix in the five cities and 1.662m around the country leaves Ten surprisingly unprominent in the evening's results. Hope the cross-promotion is working.
Does Pay pay for the retransmission of FTA signals? Should it? Dr O'D takes a long view on this piece of minor but lucrative acrimony.
Michael Bodey in the Australian did the heavy lifting in the independent screen community to argue that the ABC is cutting drama and children's TV ahead of any government cuts. What is the ABC respons
A present Block sure beats an absent cook. And the ABC heads towards 20% again.
Friends of the ABC has had either a great idea or a serious brain fart with its latest campaign to support the beleaguered ABC.
Dr O'D turns commendably terse over Turnbull's attempts to see if the public will care about yet another surrender to the media power brokers. So who cares about concentration of ownership besides the
Thousands who rise to the Foo of Fran in the morning are staring at their walls and wailing as Australia's huskiest morning heartstarter moves to The Insiders.
Did you hear the sound of distant contractual knitting from Emile Sherman and Iain Canning at See-Saw? This is what they have been doing..
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