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'Wipeout' scored double the audience of the 'Alan Border Medal'.
Game, set and match for Seven and the tennis.
Ten put its best Jimmy Choo clad foot forward, while Seven skipped five years into the future with Desperate Housewives.
Responding to the tit-for-tat remarks between SPAA and SPADA, respected veteran New Zealander Tim Thorpe, who has a head for numbers, decides to wax pithy on the Australian stance.
Joost den Hartog, the director of the Australian International Documentary Conference, is bubbling with delight over the latest program.
With 21 dead people, 17 general sport supporters, four advocates in the area of hearing impairment, two television people and one from the film sector, it is fair to say we have not promoted our heroe
Canadian research has shown that the likely link between television and childhood obesity is – distraction while eating! Boys eating while watching television over-ate their calories by 22%, because
The use of 'Shortland Street' on Australian television over summer has provoked a tit for tat exchange between the Screen Producer’s Association and its New Zealand counterpart, SPADA.
Dutch production behemoth Endemol (Big Brother) will acquire most of Southern Star Group from Fairfax Media for $75 million plus an undisclosed earn out fee, with Fairfax retaining UK-based Southern S
SBS has cleared a million viewers, who prefer to watch cars than drive around them on hot summer nights.
Geelong-based production company World Wide Entertainment will get listed on the Australian Securities Exchange by a reverse takeover of former finance company Coneco, and in the process get access to
There were three superhero movies in the top ten: Dark Knight, Iron Man and Hancock; four animated films: Wall-E, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar 2 and Horton Hears a Who, but only one chick flick Sex and t
Geelong-based factual producer World Wide Entertainment has announced that it will list on the ASX from January 19, joining Beyond International as one of Australia's tiny number of listed production
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 Australian International Documentary Conference is putting out the first detailed announcement for the 2009 program. Now filmmakers rushing towards the earlybird deadlines (Dec 22nd), know why the
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.
NSW FTO has announced a total of $890,000 in funding to support six projects, five of which are for television, while the overpaid, overfunded and over here mob at Film Vic chuck $1.3 million of inves
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.
In an interview, Minister Conroy told Phillip Hudson of the SMH that acknowledges the need for more ABC and SBS cash, and that he will campaign for it.
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