Aus TV

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Aus TV, Broadcast

Turn On Ten. Don’t Mind If I Do.

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Last night in Sydney Channel Ten held it’s underwhelming 2015 Upfronts presentation announcing new series and variations on the same ratings turkeys that drove much.

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Aus TV, Broadcast

The Roast Is Dead. Long Live The Roast!

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The Roast had recently achieved the impossible. It convinced its young audience that there was a reason to tune in to broadcast television. In the.

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Aus TV, Subscription TV

‘A Place To Call Home’ Represents A New Security For Foxtel

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Outside of their continuing commitment to sport, the true jewel in the crown for Foxtel, two brands were front and centre at the 2015 Foxtel.

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Aus TV, Broadcast

Is A Sense of Curation Lost On Broadcast TV?

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What you see on broadcast TV and when you see it is not lovingly considered. It’s a numbers game generally, with TV programmers scheduling for.

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Aus TV, Broadcast, Film, Index

Australian Cinema Fails At The Box Office. Let's Get Rid Of The Box Office.

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Taking just $65,000 on 53 screens and $69,000 with previews, it is safe to say that Australian crime thriller Son of A Gun has failed.

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Aus TV, Index, Internet TV, Streaming

Australian TV Bosses Squeezing Out Netflix Don't Understand Netflix

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The AFR today ran a feature regarding the Australian TV network executives seeking to squeeze out Netflix from the marketplace by securing content before Netflix.

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Aus TV, Broadcast

David and Margaret May Be Gone, But There's Still A Need For Screen Criticism

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Today ABC Television announced the cancellation of At The Movies and the (presumed) retirement of David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz. While it’s sad to see.

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Aus TV, Broadcast

Today Malcolm Turnbull Murdered Community TV As We Know It.

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What is the value of community television in Australia in 2014? That is a topic firmly in mind today following confirmation this morning that the.

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Aus TV, Review

Review: Devil's Playground

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The 1976 Fred Schepsi film The Devil’s Playground is a wonderful examination of the so-called sins of the flesh. The film concerns the priests and.

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Aus TV, Broadcast

The Age Of The Consensus Show Is Over. Thus, TV is Doomed.

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On a recent Hollywood Prospectus podcast, host Andy Greenwald noted that “The age of the consensus show is over”. By that, he’s referring to the.

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Aus TV, Broadcast

If HuffPo Are Looking To Partner Up, Why Not Look At Ten?

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This week on Radio National’s Download This Show, Huffington Post’s General Manager of International Koda M Wang announced that the online international masthead is set to.

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Aus TV, Broadcast

Ten Bet All On Family Feud. No, Really.

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Tonight marks the strangest TV programming effort of 2014. Ten seem to be betting it all on a revival of Family Feud. Family Feud. The.

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Aus TV, Broadcast

Ten Today, Gone Tomorrow? Wiping The Slate Clean For Survival

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It’s a dark day for Channel Ten. Along with the cancellation of Wake Up, the network have today announced the cancellation of their early morning,.

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Aus TV, Broadcast

Crunching The Figures: Breakfast v Wake Up

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With the news today that Ten are cancelling their beleaguered breakfast show ‘Wake Up’, with its final episode airing this coming Friday, it conjures up memory.

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Aus TV, Broadcast

Sons And Datacasting: Strategic Decision Making

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An interesting programming road block is taking place weekly on Channel Seven at 3:30am on Thursday mornings with classic 80’s drama series Sons and Daughters.

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