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Is Michelle Guthrie the new MD of ABC or not? The broadcaster is silent while journalists pick through her record.
Lawyer and Murdoch media executive Michelle Guthrie will leave her job with Google in Singapore.
Encouraging transparency and participation, the 2016 ArtsHub Conference will provide the sector with an opportunity to get answers from industry leaders.
The regional broadcasters are asking that the rules to protect them be abolished. Um... how does that help local broadcasting?
Australia's national screen funding agency has bitten the bullet and committed to both a benchmark on female participation and a suite of funding programs.
Big changes have been happening at ABC Commercial and in the content sales industry around the world. Managers from various departments in their commercial division gathered at SPA to discuss how these changes are being tackled by the national broadcaster.
In The TV Deals Today: Screen Australia session, producers could be excused for seeing their future as a battleground - lots of slogging and hitting with a crowd of comfy spectators on the nearby hill.
To capture teens and tween audiences, we need to know how they see the world. The research results are often poignant.
There's a small production company in Alice Springs that will ring with joy over the Screen Producers Awards, as it proves the general point about diversity.
John Edwards, key television producer, stirs the pot and juggles jellyfish on the need for long running series, support for new creators, and the inflated price of series production.
Key creator of television series John Edwards explains his version of 'the most essential and fundamental stuff of drama.'
The arts used to pursue cultural popularity but decry popular culture. Not any more.
Facing the challenge of entertaining their peers, the screen musicians stay right away from television. The rest of us are disappointed.
Now that the Screen Forever 2015 program is now available online, conference director Peter Herbert reflects on the overall shape.
The screen sector has launched a campaign to fix a funding problem and create new opportunities, all based on strictly financial arguments.
Natural history films have a special place in all our hearts, but filmmakers and broadcasters must face the grim fact that this ecology is imploding, like the natural world itself.
Another link with the past has gone, with the death of a unique Australian film and television pioneer.
Equity between men and women is still an issue but it is far from the only gender question in a world where he and she are only part of the spectrum.
The future of Australian television drama is threatened, even as audiences like it. One small technical change could make all the difference.
Both the ABC and Foxtel are discovering that the future of the arts on television is healthier if it is also online. Can experiment and a sense of freedom bring younger audiences?
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