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Razer: Annabel Crabb's new show packs history with chipper ABC morality

Razer: Annabel Crabb's new show packs history with chipper ABC morality

Back In Time For Dinner gets 1000 neoliberal humanist points for simulating (and believing) the rosy history of 1950s Australia.

A new bar for 'acceptable free speech' in Trump's America?

A new bar for 'acceptable free speech' in Trump's America?

ABC has canned the hugely successful Roseanne reboot after an "abhorrent and repugnant" racist tweet. But what's taken them so long?

The future of Australian streaming? Look to the US.

The future of Australian streaming? Look to the US.

It's a fight for survival in the world of streaming, and these major takeover deals will determine who comes out on top.

Sacred Cows: a controversial trailblazer for Australian strangeness

Sacred Cows: a controversial trailblazer for Australian strangeness

Ray Lawrence's Bliss certainly caused a stir at its release, but did it ever get the credit it deserves in the canon of Australian film?

How do you get Australians to stream Australian music?

How do you get Australians to stream Australian music?

Like the shift to streaming television, more and more Australians are listening to music through streaming services. But are they listening to Australian songs?

Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

Apart from a strong showing for Seven in the regions and a decent night for Masterchef, it was a ratings night to forget all round

Should Netflix be forced to screen more Australian content?

Should Netflix be forced to screen more Australian content?

Industry groups are ramping up a communications policy push, and the focus is on a certain foreign streaming service.

Why 2018 is a make or break year for the Australian film industry

Why 2018 is a make or break year for the Australian film industry

As tensions rise around cuts to local funding, questions remain unanswered on murky deals for Hollywood blockbusters. It's time to reckon with what we want on our screens.

Is Channel Seven the right place for Andrew Denton's new interview show?

Is Channel Seven the right place for Andrew Denton's new interview show?

If you were hoping for the scintillating interviews of Denton's ABC days, you might be disappointed.

The long-term pain in cricket’s anti-siphoning spin

The long-term pain in cricket’s anti-siphoning spin

Seven and Foxtel have pulled a fast one on cricket fans, ducking regulations to lock two thirds of international cricket matches on a subscription service. Will will it be enough to save Foxtel's sinking subscriber base?