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Civilisation might not have collapsed yet, but television is surely ignoring the audience's pleas for entertainment.
Here is the definitive story about the future of ABC television's science program Catalyst.
The major productions for the ABC lean heavily on experience, often involve the more commercial production companies and keep Melbourne running.
The Republican nominee joins a long line of public figures whose big personalities make them gift fodder for satirists.
ABC Director of Television Richard Finlayson talks commissioning philosophy as he promotes the 2017 shows.
How two Australian production companies are building a base in the US with the ultimate renovation show in Texas.
Ten is running 2017 like it is 2016. Also, cricket.
Bachelorette is no more, as ardent fans hang on to the end and the curious gather for the finale.
Everyone carves Nine up for dropping 225,000 on Big Bang Theory.
Dumb Criminals are not funny, according to the audience, while Big Bang Theory is.
SBS started crime series Deep Water and gained 3.5% on the national shares. Hooee...
Stay small, stay happy - how one Alice Springs TV company is challenging the mantra of growth at all costs.
The Footy Show came through for Nine, of course.
A dog of a night for everyone as Nine is pipped at the post by Seven. We can't get away from the pooches.
It's Ten's night as The Bachelor reaches its finale.
Publishers and film sets are ramping up security as it becomes harder to avoid spoilers.
Nine solidly ahead propelled by its marriage show and The Block.
Digital media now dictates a child's initial experience of literature, art and - most worryingly - often creative discovery.
Sun - Thursday Seven leads the week but Nine clearly won Thursday. What happened to Season 2 of The Code?
Evil wunderkind Shane Smith uses ruthless logic to put boomer heads on poles at MacTaggart lecture.
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