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Foxtel CEO Patrick Delany. (Image: AAP/Tracey Nearmy)

Foxtel's slow death proves pay TV was only ever a transitional technology

Foxtel's decline is being accelerated by the pandemic, but it's been on its way out for years...

In Stan they trust: a year on, the new Nine loses its lustre

A year on from its takeover with Fairfax, low profit figures raise the question: is Nine successful anywhere other than with Stan?

How much does it cost the ABC to cover a bushfire crisis?

Covering the bushfire crisis will cost the public broadcaster 'well into the millions of dollars', the ABC has told Crikey.

Nine guts Today after a year of ratings misery

After months of poor ratings, Nine has finally pulled the trigger on another Today make over.

End-of-year ratings figures don't give networks much reason to boast

In an era of falling revenues and cost-cutting, the annual ratings numbers leave a lot to be desired.

Meet the women taking on Alan Jones... and winning

There’s been plenty written about the boycott campaign against Alan Jones, but we’ve heard little from the organisers behind it. Crikey spoke with the online activists.

Cast of the The Checkout (Image: ABC)

Have former stars of The Checkout really been blacklisted by the ABC?

Questions are circling about staffing at a new ABC consumer affairs show, which seems to be giving the cold shoulder to The Checkout.

Disney joins the streaming wars as competitors vie for monopoly

Feel like the TV streaming market was already a little crowded before the launch of Disney+? It's only going to get worse.

SBS managing director James Taylor (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

SBS punches above its weight with lavish food and exciting programs

The SBS Upfronts were another reminder that the public broadcaster can go punch-for-punch with its better-funded competitors.

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A new low for Love Island

Love Island's struggles continue, while The Bachelorette managed to be the most watched non-news program last night.