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The reality TV empire continues its mighty march, as Seven and Nine lock up the nation's eyeballs with five million people at 7.30.
For those who love the Winter Olympics but were reduced to despair by the Ten coverage, the ABC is offering a second chance. It will broadcast selected highlights of the day's events, along with the o
If Seven doesn't stop it, we will all go blind. The kitchen show had 2.123 in the five cities and 3.099 across the country. With the remains of Sochi, Ten had 12.2% of the audience, without it runs to
Des Monaghan, long one half of the Des and Bob show which built Screentime into the purveyor of memorable shows such as Underbelly and Cloudstreet, is stepping down as executive chairman of the compan
Just to prove that specialisation truly is dead in production companies, Screentime is beefing up its 'non-fiction' division, in a return to its broader origins.
One in seven Australians is hooked on Seven's approach to food. Beats any individual sport… maybe.
Both titans are above 30% and the ABC's highest is a documentary about high flying dinosaurs.
While the international changes before our very eyes, the AIDC is seeing the key Australian companies return to the delegate list. We are back to a national industry conversation, but around very diff
At last we say, an award governed by Persons of Undoubted Taste. As in "The Broadcasting Press Guild is an association of journalists who specialise in writing and broadcasting about television, radio
There's movement in the agent world as the Morrissey crew consolidate their ownership of Warehouse 16 Talent Management.
Thursday, and Nine can come to the surface and draw a few hurried breaths, knowing that the food show from the Seven monster is far, far away. Indeed, it is time for Seven to get the miserables as Nin
The other networks must be hoping for a mass outbreak of food poisoning in My Kitchen Rules, running on 2.711 nationally. Maybe Ten could run barbecues in Sochi.
No surprises here. Seven well in front by 7.2%; the ABC and Ten duel around the 18% mark. Ten's grace period will soon be over and would probably be better if its coverage was more sophisticated.
While Seven and Nine snort and paw the ground around the 30% mark, the ABC almost beats Ten even without Sochi.
The Australian International Documentary Conference calls for new board blood, and reveals its beating financial heart in the audited accounts. Like the sector, it does more and more for the same amou
The ABC and Screen Australia's Fresh Blood initiative has managed to find 25 projects and is busy introducing them to the innovative idea of contracts, an actual budget, and real money.
Seven dominates the night even further though the Olympic fairy dust seems to be blowing off Ten.
Take away the food show, keep The Block, and Nine streaks ahead on the averages, while Ten gains even more on its Sochi coverage. The ABC just has to wait..
Ten should not get comfortable with its 22% of the evening market, while the ABC must be feeling that Wednesday has gone all saggy.
Eyeworks, the Dutch factual producer with a solid branch in Sydney, has been sold to Warner Bros Television Group for an estimated US$273 million.
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