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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
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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.
Just to prove that a) these things are terrific and b) twisting the conventions of children's animation is very, very good fun.
Truly, Herr Doktor Freud, you hit the nail on the head. "Thirty-sex contestants will compete instead of 24." Never allow a New Zealander to spell phonetically.
FremantleMedia has acquired the representation rights to the archive of US red carpet film company Celebrity Footage, marking its expansion into the stock footage game.
"We have seen people coming in watching films from 9-6, only breaking for lunch," Yaghi said. "Brennan Wrenn of the Australian broadcaster SBS, for example, came in and did just that for two days back
You know its Xmas when this counts as a story.
Tourism Victoria flew a crew all the way out from the UK to shoot their promotional travelogues. Apparently this ensured that they would be interesting to the Brits. Something about the way a pommie
Australians lost more than $33 million to internet and email scammers in 2008 - and believe it or not, people are still falling for the Nigerian letter trick.
Germaine Greer goes at 'Australia' with a nullah-nullah, deploying a few wobbly facts, a heap of passion, and some solid home truths. Suggesting that the work of putting a romantic gloss on the brutal
Megan Simpson Huberman, a film and television director and one of the creative forces behind the highly successful IndiVision initiative for low-budget features, has been appointed to the new position
German company RTL is rumoured to be exploring the purchase of Britain's financially troubled Channel 4. Lots and lots of rumours.
Foxtel has launched Mini Mote, a remote control device for children that prevents them watching the stuff only adults should see. Same price as a blindfold and a pair of handcuffs.
James Packer's Consolidated Media Holdings now owns only 0.7% of PBL Media, following CVC's injection of $335 million in additional capital.
Apparently there is a spat over who would collect the award if Heath Ledger posthumously won a Golden Globe.
What really happened to Australian releases here and overseas during 2008? Pay attention, because Antony I. Ginnane has all the joy and horror in one fabulous list.
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