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As Foxtel rolls out its iQ recorders, audiences seem to disappear as they timeshift away from the point of transmission. Tormented by the accuracy of other systems on the net and mobile phones, Foxtel
West Australian Newspapers Holdings aims to reduce the costs of its website, thewest.com.au, through a deal with Yahoo!7. The deal will see Yahoo!7 assume responsibility for managing the website, as w
Anyone who has seen the Bazura Project on community TV knows it is slick, intelligent, accessible and endearingly daft. Now the Australian Community Television Alliance wants to know why the Logies ar
Ten hits second place, beating Nine by a whisker.
Just when you thought it was safe to click on an industry site... the AFI has puts its proposed changes to the rules up for comment on the intertubes. Thereby surfacing the horrible problems and omiss
Overseas students in Australian film courses have a huge resource and inter-cultural problem. How, for instance, do you choose a documentary subject? Thabiso Maretlanweng''s solution took him all the
The Burning Season, a documentary by award winning Australian filmmaker, Cathy Henkel, will compete in the ‘World Documentary Feature Competition’ at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.
FremantleMedia Enterprises has been appointed the exclusive licensing agent for Paramount Licensing in Australia and New Zealand. They get to handle the branded merchandise for classics Grease and ne
As a Ukrainian wins the Russian slot in the Wogan Amusement Night, Russian singers are not amused. At least Anastasia Prikhodko sang partly in Russian - her opponents bopped away in Engerlish.
The arts has a push and pull relationship with urban development and land use, often clustering in unattractive or undesirable inner city areas for their accessibility, flexibility and affordability. After a cultural ecology and economy seeds, others pay heed.
HOOPS DJs are said to combine a genuine love of all things bling with beats that seem to have the Sydney dance scene dancing even harder.
Ten Days On The Island sees Worry Doll @ Willow Court bringing the drawings and text from Matt Coyle's remarkable graphic novel, Worry Doll into a walk-through dreamscape.
Up until this night I had never heard of or seen a ‘uni-tard’. I certainly wouldn’t have expected my first encounter of this costume to be within a show that purports to explore issues of loss through the death of a loved one.
The Helpmann Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts has augmented its Ashington Mentorship Scheme with the introduction of a new professional placement mentorship$$s$$ The Australian Ballet Costume Mentorship 2009.
'Selling Yarns 2: Innovation for sustainability', a conference and workshop program exploring contemporary Indigenous craft and design practice, will be held at the National Museum of Australia from Friday 6 to Sunday 8 March, 2009.
Territory based director Warwick Thornton’s feature film 'Samson & Delilah' has won the 2009 BigPond Adelaide Film Festival Audience Award for Best Feature Film.
Designed as a strategic support mechanism for companies actively exploiting growth opportunities, CirceFilms will use the Screen Business Venture Program to support the setting up of their new division for branded digital content.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Chopper’s F*ckin Bingo Starring Heath Franklin is currently showing at the plush red and gold drapes of the old Royalty Theatre in the heart of the city, which is an incongruous backdrop to the ancient, time-honoured tradition of bingo, especially given this particular show’s extravagant props – a keyboard, a couple of red buckets and a bong (make that a petrol ca
Due to this year’s later than usual announcement calling for entries for the 42nd Annual AWGIE Awards, the deadline has been extended by a week and will now close on Friday 13 March at 5:00pm.
Perth International Arts Festival's A Flowering Tree is a mesmeric melding of story, voice and visual artistry.
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