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17 Dec 2008
The Packer mob now owns 0.074% of an Australian TV asset.
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Maartje Horchner has been promoted to head of acquisitions for ALL3MEDIA International. The company is on the hunt for new production partnerships in the U.K. and internationally. Horchner’s brief is
Kate Ritchie, Nicholas Gledhill, Nikki Webster..
The ABC has acquired the animated children’s series Kid vs. Kat from DECODE Enterprises. The series is produced by Studio B Productions in association with YTV in Canada in Jetix Europe, and is targe
A documentary crew have been following footballer Ben Cousins around. Now he has a new deal with the AFL's Richmond club - and they want veto power. Merry Christmas, guys.
News Corporation today announced that it will voluntarily transfer its stock exchange listing in the U.S. from The New York Stock Exchange to The NASDAQ Global Select Market effective December 29, 200
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.
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.
Biggest in Australia, staff of 70 full-time in South Australia and 150 casuals across the nation.
15 Dec 2008
Print people admiring tv people - twice in one week. This time about Seven and drama. And the power of local content for local punters.
The debate about the use of recreations is much more about the kind of subjects different filmmakers choose, though the real issue is often about quality. Crap is crap, whatever the theory.
Nice to end the year with a weird story. The BBC has announced that it will suspend its coverage of the 2009 Crufts dog show after a BBC One documentary exposed the health problems of pedigree dogs.
You mean she really left?
A long - and very good fun - profile of the federal Minister for Communications as he faces sport anti-siphoning, digital switchover, and the national broadband network.
The Tourism Australia advertising campaign, based on the film Australia is again being dubbed a failure. It is important to remember, however, that Fox is following the same release schedule as they
ABC managing director Mark Scott recently picked up a couple of awards for his stewardship of the national broadcaster. This is his take on the future.
The ABC was apparently taken by surprise when Foxtel launched its A-SPAN public affairs channel. You, too, can now snooze your way through parliamentary debates.
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