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Ten roars through with Masterchef, chops everyone else up and only makes third.
The Australian Writers' Guild has paid tribute to member and friend Robert Greenberg with an obituary by Stuart Page, his teacher, friend and colleague.
The Productivity Commission has released a draft report which hacks into existing intellectual property (IP) protection for creatives.
Here is an announcement which will make the FTA execs ruminate over their breakfast ratings figures - Mark Buckman goes to Foxtel.
Football carries Nine, while the ABC does well.
Iconoclastic US showrunner and writer talks his favourite series, Latino culture, magic realism, superheroes, comics and diversity as an evolutionary strategy. And laughs a lot.
Seven chops its way into Thursday with an ep of MKR, and gains 6.4% without moving a muscle.
Deanne Weir is now the Executive Director Channel Aggregation and Wholesale for Foxtel.
Punters looked at Manu's France and backed off, while Janet King gained 56,000. Every little bit helps.
Seven runs My France with Manu in an SBS moment, and scores a million. Sigh.
With the appointment of Rebecca Heap as Head of Audience and Digital, the ABC gambles again on the internet. Well, maybe..
Very stable result, though Ten pinched enough dribs and drabs to gain almost an extra percent and therefore pips the ABC for the first time in three Thursdays.
Seven has first week of AFL which costs Nine 3.2%; ABC has righteous stability. Audience figures crappy.
The ABC gets a small reward as the audience grows a bit for Jack Irish in its final ep.
The Blue Mountains is the first to establish a Creative Cluster to bolster local collaboration and create a more resilient industry.
In which our politicians found and lost and found and lost the plot on public interest in media policy.
Could we make The Jinx here? John Lewis wonders out loud.
The Australian Writers Guild dons battle armour and clanks towards a date with screen destiny in the Federal Court.
While Nine takes most advantage of MKR's Thursday absence, Ten's Celebrity gets a bounce as well.
'We want ideas that scare us..' and we do have money for that. And we don't get enough scarey ideas.
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