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The rise of the fully sponsored TV show

The rise of the fully sponsored TV show

Brands are paying for more and more full-length TV programming. Will this native advertising edge its way into primetime slots?

Why did the head of Sky News get a gong?

Why did the head of Sky News get a gong?

Sky News has materially degraded the standard of public debate in Australia. So why did its CEO get a gong for raising standards?

ABC board missing in action at a moment of crisis for the national broadcaster

ABC board missing in action at a moment of crisis for the national broadcaster

A managerialist and low-profile ABC board isn't helping the national broadcaster defend itself from a government determined to keep attacking it.

Activated bullshit: how Pete Evans stays in the public eye

Activated bullshit: how Pete Evans stays in the public eye

After all this time, why is Peter Daryl Evans still a thing? Crikey looks back at some of the chef's most heinous health advice.

Commercial TV networks can't look after their own backyards, attack SBS

Commercial TV networks can't look after their own backyards, attack SBS

Free TV Australia's submission to the ABC and SBS inquiry is a whine of truly mammoth proportions.

Community TV is needed now more than ever

Community TV is needed now more than ever

For years, community television stations, which act as training grounds and talent incubators, have been limping by on last-minute licence extensions. But they can't hold out forever.

Seven scramble to bounce back from Joyce interview flop

Seven scramble to bounce back from Joyce interview flop

Seven has already weathered much criticism for its Joyce/Campion interview, which drew disappointing audience numbers. Now there are rumours that they're chasing a follow-up.

Razer: for its own good, the ABC needs critics

Razer: for its own good, the ABC needs critics

Should we all just shut it about the ABC when the broadcaster is under attack by from the government? Why not just give that embattled corporation a break? Well ...

Sunday Night's Joyce interview could backfire in more ways than one

Sunday Night's Joyce interview could backfire in more ways than one

If Channel Seven can't juggle its program scheduling effectively, the Barnaby Joyce interview could actually end up being a colossal waste of money.

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.