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Art viewing doesn’t end when audiences leave the gallery. We speak to the ABC to find out what arts films many audience members take home from the gallery shop.
Apart from documentaries and public screenings, here are some of the interesting ways ABC archival collections have been used across film, exhibitions, and in creative practice.
There are thousands of opportunities to be mined in over 70 years of radio and television programming in Australia.
Such is our love of gong shows that Britain's Got Talent has given NIne a useful push upwards.
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.
The search is on for Australia’s most outstanding television performers, practitioners and productions of 2016, with the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) today calling for television entries for the 6th AACTA Awards presented by Presto.
Collecting the arts under a broader creative industries umbrella has risks as well as opportunities.
12 May 2016
The custom by which the BBC mostly picks its own board members may be about to end. It may have to face (gasp!) the Australian solution.
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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.
10 May 2016
With the Beeb already under attack, the Tories are planning to sell C4. Why don't they just gas UK television like a badger and be done with it?
Mother's Day. An election called. At the Logies, Waheed 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.
06 May 2016
Politicians are muscling up for the rigour of an election, but the new ABC director is being tortured in a modern Star Chamber. Churlish, surely.
That may not be a joke. Among the most conservative of the Tory ideas - legislate to stop the BBC from broadcasting popular programs that compete with ITV. Just like the Chinese with their State broadcaster.
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.
Ten roars through with Masterchef, chops everyone else up and only makes third.
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