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Following the huge worldwide success of the UK original, Top Gear Australia was the most eagerly awaited TV franchise of 2008 and for good reason. With a nationwide search for presenters and significa
05 Jan 2009
The Waterworld Safari water park in Phoenix has been acquired by Village, with a plan to invest $US25 million. Can water parks rise from the ashes?
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Shooting Star Picture Company subsidiary CinemaLive has confirmed a deal with UK exhibitor VUE Cinemas to take their live coverage of The Wiggles content on to 40 screens. CinemaLive is a wholly-owned
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Telstra's exclusion from the national broadband network tender process should benefit the free to air television networks - by ruling out a super-competitor.
To be taken along with a large dose of scepticism - apparently Russell Crowe wants Ridley Scott fired from Nottingham.
Virginia Trioli gets to stay, but Joe O’Brien will replace Barrie Cassidy as co-host ABC News Breakfast on ABC2 in 2009 – possibly one of the fastest turn-arounds in the history of television, with th
The Lab Sydney, market leader in postproduction for film, television and commercial projects, today announced details of over 120 VFX shots it produced for Baz Luhrmann’s epic movie, Australia.
Universal Pictures has sold its low budget feature division, Rogue, to Relativity Media for approximately $US150 million. Why? Universal is owned by NBC Universal is owned by finance company GE. An
Nick Minchin, Federal opposition spokesperson for communications, has had a go at Stephen Conroy over broadband delays. This line had us on the office floor giggling helplessly: "Considering the
Copyright has expired on Popeye. Everyone is now free to use his image, character, spinach-munching habits etc.
The Advertising Standards Bureau has released its list of the ten most complained about ads of 2008. Some people have no sense of humour.
The BBC has defused a racism row over whether a doll is too white. US manufacturer Hasbro will now make a darker plasticked version of Upsy Daisy.
The Chasers War On Everything has been sold to US cable channel G4 - which targets males aged 17-36.
Leonard Asper, boss of CanWest Global Communications (with a 56.6 stake in Network Ten), has again denied that he is considering selling the Australian business.
Wrapping up the studio performance for 2008, Australia has taken $US45.5 million in the US domestic market (at the bottom of studio expectations, but international box office looks like finishing well
Both Anthony Lucas’ My Rabbit Hoppy and Dennis Tupicoff’s Chainsaw have been selected for the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, along with Ren? Hernandez’ The Ground Beneath and Sean Kruck’s Summ
Not what you would call an overwhelmingly successful Oscar noms list for Australian screen people. But the craft awards have their usual sprinkle of familiar names.
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