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We are sliding into the national obsession with grown men running around in the mud, and Nine is very happy.
Seven acquires a major share of UK drama production company Slim Film + Television.
The agony continues, especially for Ten and the ABC. But it is soon to stop.
How is the Seven Olympics 'drown them before they grow' strategy working?
We know you miss the national figures but they have been supplanted by The Olympics. This is the least messy result we have come up with,
If anyone in commercial conventional screen media survives, it will be Seven. But this year's result dropped the share price by a cool 16%.
Two senior ex-ABC factual executives now face off as managing directors of independent companies, both pushing further into local market.
Ten's Bachelor is beating Home and Away which is just ahead of The Checkout.
Where will Michelle Guthrie lead the ABC? More of the same with less fighting and increased diversity, if we read her first major speech properly.
There is no doubt that Screen NSW has read its 'How to advance the careers of women - a practical manual' very carefully.
Incredible stability in the national shares though Seven knocks a teeny bit off everyone except Ten.
ABC splashes around in the deep end while SBS follows the cyclists towards the finish.
Sadly we only have the five cities for Monday. Seven saved its dignity with Sunday night, Nine exploded with the Voice finale, sadness gripped the ABC and SBS cycles happily onward.
Liz Doran for its conference next week reveals some home truths about career development and the pleasures of television ahead of the Media Resource Centre in Adelaide.
Cleverman ends first series. Seven wins on footy. Rake continues to play in the autumn leaves.
Despite the rowdiness on Seven, Auntie ABC won hands down as the crew slowly came to pieces.
All the live action evil shot in Ireland for the Battle of the Bastards sequence in Game of Thrones was just raw material for post production house Iloura.
Nearly past the election, so nation can get on with the pursuit of calm in the evening. Seven wins week, of course, but Nine is loved for the footy.
Paul Cox, Sammy J, Kettering, Dating Dali, Screen Futures Conference..
Seven continues its stranglehold for the week, while Nine burst through temporarily with the State of Origin Games.
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