Nine Network's new drama series "The Alice" has not been able to reach the heady heights of its previous outing as a miniseries, which drew more than 1.8 million viewers in August last year.
Oz reality TV is in hot water with animal rights group RSPCA for the third time in recent weeks. The group has written to Channel 10 and production company Grundy Television to protest a segment that…
Coot-Hayes Prods. will shoot horror skein "Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King" at Melbourne's Central City Studios, the first U.S. production company to use Victoria's…
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Australian skein "Neighbours" has reason to celebrate -- it became Oz's longest-running primetime soap at the end of July when it aired its 4,768th episode -- passing that milestone in its 20th year.
Freeweb Seven Network has inked a deal with mobile content enabler m.Net Corporation to provide a new range of mobile content and increase interactivity with its TV sked.
SBS says strong aud figures for the Tour de France will give it confidence to challenge traditional Oz-centric sports skeds. Oz multicultural pubcaster's first live broadcast of the Tour de France…
TV bizzer and former Oz talkshow host Steve Vizard has been fined A$390,000 ($295,000) and banned from being a director of a company for 10 years for illegal share trading.
Australia's OzTam TV ratings year has reached the halfway point. While the terrestrial webs are talking up their perfs, the real winners are payboxes, which have seen auds rise 13% to a total viewing…
Paybox op Austar has pacted with Internet provider Unwired to provide wireless broadband to regional Oz. Austar, which restricts its feevee service to outlying areas, believes broadband is a natural…
Multicultural broadcaster SBS is extending its reach to include a larger slice of rural Oz after the government announced plans to provide coverage to towns with 3,000 residents or more.