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29 Jul 2015
Wonder no more as 7's leap into international deals occurs Over My Dead Body.
27 Jul 2015
Multicultural Australians create opera to commemorate Gallipoli in an ancient amphitheatre sacred to the memory of theatre.
Australians lost in joyful masochism with the Ashes collapse, while Bachelor does too little to excite the pec-starved Ten audience.
24 Jul 2015
Writers never care about awards. They just want their own imaginary friends to have voices of their own. Here are a bunch of the best.
22 Jul 2015
ACMI believes it is the first in the world to appoint a Chief eXperience Officer, a position designed to reimagine the museum visit for the digital age.
Patience, immunity from embarrassment and a passion for authenticity are key ob-doc skills - but are also valuable in a more cynical marketplace.
21 Jul 2015
Almost 10,000 Victorians have contributed ideas to grow Victoria's creative industries.
$27m/year is $50/minute. Each. For the sons, not the daughter. And the father?
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20 Jul 2015
Nice summary of evolving state of legal play and the complexities of a Confucian culture which valorises emulation over innovation
Women in power at ABC? Great. Glam photoshoot for Fairfax? Tacky. Editorial judgement? Awful.
Base subscriptions up, premium down as Fairfax alleges Foxtel makes 'about $1 billion in underlying profit.'
Ten ties for second with Seven but is four points up on the main channel. Cripes!
17 Jul 2015
Screen Queensland has slogged for nearly ten years on a budget under $10m. This year, the good fairy has broken those shackles.
16 Jul 2015
Emotional shocks and grief can blow your life apart but they can also be the very thing that connects you to what it is to be human.
Based in Shanghai, Vivian Yin takes over from Yu Le, now bound for Australia.
Sydney Living Museums will host a tribute exhibition to Ginger Meggs, Australia’s beloved red-haired mischief-maker.
15 Jul 2015
Clever advertiser, Gruen and Q&A guest and forger of governments Neil Lawrence has died on a surfing holiday.
14 Jul 2015
Socially progressive Participant hunts for new model, survives difficulties with senior staff.
You think the ABC is being bashed? Spare a thought for the BBC.
13 Jul 2015
Sensationalist says Daily Tele over Alex Mackinnon, Cameron Smith NRL injury tragedy story.
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