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Deceptively mild Jon Casimir now puts on his armour for the cosmic struggle inside the ABC in which the Head of Entertainment hunts the Demon Hordes from the Department of Boredom down the corridors o
The Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance federal secretary Christopher Warren has given a very long period of notice - "he will not seek re-election or re-appointment when his current term expires ne
Despite the horrible combination of bulk ads and commentators who would not know if they were snowboarding through lava on Jupiter, Ten keeps trundling along with respectable numbers. For Ten, anyway.
Continuing the slow motion fever to amalgamate to create ruff, tuff fighting entities in a difficult market, Canberra's niftily named Bearcage is merging with Wild Fury, itself a product of earlier em
Is it possible to make cooking illegal? Seems to be the only way to stop Seven turning the ratings into raw onions for the other networks.
Just five weeks out from an election, the Tasmanian government has some good news to push. The biggest TV series ever made on the island is set to roll.
Ten pins its hopes on the Sochi Olympics. Did it work? And Dr Blake sniffs around Ballarat for a second series. Does it justify the hopes? What about the mortal combat between Australian dramas on Su
Take away's Sevens Trough spot, and The Block reigns supreme - only about a million less.
It is a known fact that the Chinese screen sector is looking to sell its own IP abroad - and concrete proof comes from a deal which cements WTFN's relationship with Tianjin TV.
My Kitchen Rules continues to almost double the ratings of The Block as the Seven v Nine battle takes a familiar shape. Home and Aways is going back to normal as its five city figure sinks to 960,000.
One in eight Australians cares about what happens in a televised kitchen. Takeaway sales soared as people were glued to the box. Ten makes 18%, same as the ABC, helped along by the cricket.
Babadook, the film from writer/director Jennifer Kent which has just done well at Sundance, comes with a trailer which is pretty well terrific. When I say that, people want to know who did it…
Now the competition gets serious, complete with Seven's grenade in the works with the axing of Today Tonight.
A very good night for Auntie. But it didn't crack 20%.
Who better to understand the context of the attacks on the ABC than a historian. Enter Dr O'D, with a Catholic Prime Minister, a report which turned on its government, a second report buried so deep u
Do we spy Ten's broadcast of the AACTAs? Not in the top fifteen but it did score 403,000 in the five cities - a reasonable result for Ten.
Tina Kaufman, veteran of so many AFI and Sydney Film Festival Nights of Glitter, was sternly commanded to stay home and watch the Network Ten broadcast at home. So she did and this is what our great n
The government's position on the ABC is now a big, fat mess which makes the efficiency study a bit alarming. What will it look at? Who will do it? Where did the wording come from? Why does it fail to
Announced in the US, NBCUniversal has now completely bought the five owners of Matchbox out of the company and is the sole owner. Why bother when they had a majority already?
How many people can Seven cram in the one kitchen? 2.482m as Home and Away rises again to 1.632m, nationally.
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