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Our resident AACTA expert Rochelle Siemienowicz stays off the crab and champers to deconstruct the 3rd AACTA Awards Luncheon, and retain a sense of humour against some dire threats.
Ten runs a cruddy 15.1% while the ABC scrapes 21%. Seven has the category killers but is much less triumphant than the final night of 2013.
Ratings are back, officially, though they never really went away. Yes, Home and Away has blasted up to 1.879, and even the five city figures have put around 200,000 on the best figures for the soapie
Here is the list… Gatsby has everything not nailed down and producers may well have brought claw hammers in their tuxedos.
The story of Chemical Media, the BBC, a bunch of travel guides and the Wheeler family is an alchemical tribute to the power of a team, the value of fun, and the wisdom of production control.
Screen Australia's High-end Television Development program is a modest niche which symbolises enormous changes and points to rich possibilities. No surprise really that Hoodlum snaffles the first inve
NBC has bathed its version of The Slap in the unearthly green glow of success by green lighting the full eight part series.
Who is offering the unspecified 'overseas mentorship' which has now been properly contracted? Jamie Oliver and Fresh One Productions. Managing Director Roy Ackerman will be a keynote speaker at the co
Mop-topped Edwina Waddy, a continuing face of ABC documentaries since 2006, lasted less than two months after becoming a full commissioning editor of ABC Factual. She has been snatched internally to b
'Completion Bond': [n] - a legal contract which ensures that any heart attacks before the completion of a film will be had by a specified individual who is notoriously discreet. After twenty years, Je
The nature of distribution is truly an international issue, as Dr O'D discovered at the Asian Television Market - where all the trends are playing out in fast motion, by entrepeneurs with not a single
The NZ government has announced that its television industry will receive a 40% rebate, while the Australian industry is stuck on 20%. At a stroke, our kiwi cousins have opened up the whole debate on
Rochelle Siemienowicz reflects on the industry's passion for criticising its awards system, the tricky problem of honour television, and asserts the value of a very expensive ticket.
What more can we ask for a final session? Mark Poole was inspired and fascinated. After all, producers aim for a) great projects, b) the satisfying use of power and c) an enduring classic. Beau Willim
Remember how ABC1 had Brendan Dahill as Controller, and ABC2 had Stuart Menzies to create a separate identity for the two? Not any more.
While sport dominates the ASTRA awards, a variety of locally produced programs peep wave their tiny, excited hands at the couch potatoes. And the rated, dammit.
With 70% of the world's population in the region, including a few billion people in economies not trampled by the Global Financial Collapse, an Asia-Pacific screen market is a harbinger of the future.
With $2.2 million in nine documentary titles, to secure $10.6m in production, Screen Australia defines a large chunk of 2014 for documentary tragics. What do we learn from the list?
Seven crosses the 30% barrier perhaps for the last time before next February. Something horrible happened to Ten, to scoop 5% off its little shiny nut.
As the Walkleys pit print and new media journalists against each other in common categories, Lady Luck has fun with the dice . But we can say that journalism is a very, very wide craft, and excellence
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