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Showing all Television news in Features
How well is Cleverman doing? We have some complete figures for Ep 1 as an indication.
Film Victoria makes absolutely sure of $80m of the national production cake for television and online through a revamped deal with the ABC which provides an extra $10m to the sector.
Here's an interesting connection, which funds a feature length arts documentary and finds a home in the festival system.
With Cleverman, Goalpost Pictures demonstrates just how a desire to support new talent and cultural diversity is so valuable in the cultural sector.
ABC marches wearily on, its pack full of bills, as the ALP goes back to the future with its single promise.
Cleverman, still out of the top twenty, is trying to hold its end up in an unproductive time slot.
Perth-based producer Brian Beaton has died suddenly, leaving the documentary community shocked and grieving.
The NSW goverment releases the results of the Xmas 2015 round which includes Cleverman 2 and something which will go off with a bang.
Masterchef is ordinary; ABC runs Cleverman at 9.30 and doesn't make top twenty.
Is this a defining moment? Sally Riley, Head of Indigenous at the ABC, steps up to command the whole Fiction department.
The ABC went medieval today and sent the stranglers in to stifle the Fact Check Unit just when politicians are most likely to lie.
A million for the Queen on Seven.
Learning to ignore external stimuli, extending your vocal range, and how to pull a script apart are all skills aspiring actors need to learn.
Collecting the arts under a broader creative industries umbrella has risks as well as opportunities.
New ABC head Michelle Guthrie commits to an ABC free of either commercials or subscription services, and stays out of the traps so churlishly prepared by a variety of Senators.
As a businessman and television pioneer, Reg Grundy was a key creator of Australia's television production system and structure. Here are the ways.
Mother's Day. An election called. At the Logies, Waleed Aly makes history, while Noni Hazlehurst breaks a sexist hoodoo.
Janet King - watch the tuff lady slowly claim her territory. Pity it was the final ep.
The damage done by cuts in the last federal budget have not been softened, so the government offers no hope as it starts the election campaign.
After a decade of trying to find work-life balance, arts workers are discovering there's a better way.
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