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Great Southern Television and Whitebait TV have picked up $NZ8 million for two projects that will go to air on TV2.
19 Dec 2008
The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft will have its case against iiNet heard in February. iiNet is describing AFACT's investigation as "underhand". At the heart of the case: AFACT doesn'
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Charlie Cox leaves, on the grounds that he is too busy. James Morrison will replace him, presumably because his other job as a world famous genius of the trumpet is not full time.
We are sure she is used to these puns. Caterina De Nave is taking over the position effectively vacant since Sue Masters left - Executive Producer, Drama and Comedy.
Almost a year after his death, Pip is remembered at an event at ACMI tomorrow at 4.30pm.
@Radical Media has been filming a John West TVC in Eden, NSW. The local paper got very excited. "Four boxes of striped tuna were brought from the Sydney Market and refrigerated at the Twofold Bay Co
Someone posted thirty minutes of Aardman's late W & G epic, A Matter of Loaf and Death on YouTube. The offending clips have now been removed.
Screen Producers Association of Australia executive director Geoff Brown says that he expects this week’s submissions to Screen Australia on the draft terms of trade to be “just the beginn
17 Dec 2008
Big problem for SAG: heavyweight actors who don't stand to make a dime from new contracts do stand to lose millions from cancelled productions in a strike. Even George Clooney is agitating in support
Rich List presenter Andrew O'Keefe got falling down drunk, and somebody filmed it. Seven is reported to have paid $25,000 for the video to keep it off air. Or maybe it's just perfect for Australia's
Privatisation, a merger with Channel Five, a tie-up with BBC Worldwide, or further public subsidy to keep it afloat.
This report from The Independent. Seeing a controversy through English eyes can be bloody uncomfortable.
Macquarie Media Group, owner of regional broadcaster Southern Cross, has announced a major on market buyback of its shares. They are very, very undervalued.
The AWG is not so thrilled about the terms of trade proposals from Screen Australia, just as it starts to act on the children's television sore point.
Screen Australia has announced the outcome of its December board meeting. These are the people getting the presents, but there does seem to be a plague of teenage dancing girls – and some of th
Biggest in Australia, staff of 70 full-time in South Australia and 150 casuals across the nation.
The Classification Review Board has reversed the ban on console game Fear, deciding to give it an MA15+ rating instead.
Speculation is continuing that James Packer is looking to sell his 38% stake in Consolidated Media Holdings (which owns 25% of Foxtel) with the cashed-up Kerry Stokes being nominated as a likely buyer
The BBC and Channel 4 have accused each other of hosting expensive parties. At least, says the BBC, we can afford it.
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