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How Aussie kids' TV is leading the world in kindness

How Aussie kids' TV is leading the world in kindness

Diversity, representation and 'Australianness' were all once considered too risky in kids' TV. In 2019, the exact opposite is true.

Media companies go back to the government honeypot

Media companies go back to the government honeypot

Some of Australia’s biggest media companies are once again buzzing back to the government for support.

With almost no competition, The Bachelor dominates the ratings

With almost no competition, The Bachelor dominates the ratings

On a night that wasn't so much quiet as dealthy silent, The Bachelor won out easily.

The Block dominates the ratings on a snoozefest of a night

The Block dominates the ratings on a snoozefest of a night

Nothing much to write home about today, with The Block besting The Bachelor in a two way race for ratings supremacy.

Will News Corp results reveal Foxtel life support?

Will News Corp results reveal Foxtel life support?

Questions about Foxtel's ailing financial health swarm ahead of News Corp's June results, released this week.

Steve Smith saves Australia, and the ratings, as the Ashes return

Steve Smith saves Australia, and the ratings, as the Ashes return

The viewers who stuck through Australia's abysmal start got a treat on a sport heavy night.

The Bachelor returns on Channel 10

The Bachelor returns on Channel 10

The Bachelor gave Ten solid numbers on a quiet night all round.

Is the Morrison government going to rewrite streaming laws?

Is the Morrison government going to rewrite streaming laws?

With Howard-era streaming regulation on the chopping block, experts are asking how the government will settle archaic broadcasting laws that have allowed Netflix to thrive.

Australia's cricketers collapse and so do the ratings

Australia's cricketers collapse and so do the ratings

Nine won the night, but the ratings mirrored Australia's batting -- falling away horribly as the night went on.

Is the war on piracy over?

Is the war on piracy over?

Five years ago, piracy was seen as the death of all content creation. Now, it's almost an accepted reality of success. Can this last?