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Why shutting down over Easter is a bad idea for commercial networks

Why shutting down over Easter is a bad idea for commercial networks

Traditionally the Easter holidays have been a non-ratings period — but with the rise of streaming television, commercial networks need to re-think their strategy.

Netflix series on Trotsky revives old-school anti-Semitism

Netflix series on Trotsky revives old-school anti-Semitism

While everyone’s worrying about "fake news" on the "unregulated" internet, the world’s new global screen content behemoth is pumping it out to untold millions of homes.

Why we should expect less from Marie Kondo

Why we should expect less from Marie Kondo

No, the cult tidying expert's method won't save you but it is a salve for a hopelessly chaotic mind.

Will Stan survive the global streaming wars?

Will Stan survive the global streaming wars?

This is going to be a huge year for Nine's newly acquired streaming service.

Sorry to Bother You lacks subtlety, but that’s not a bad thing

Sorry to Bother You lacks subtlety, but that’s not a bad thing

This is not an ambiguous comedy about pain and alienation; it’s an unambiguous comedy about pain and alienation.

The ongoing fight for Australian Netflix content quotas

The ongoing fight for Australian Netflix content quotas

European Parliament has just agreed to landmark content quotas for Netflix and Amazon. Will Australia follow?

Media Files: AFL staffer attacks media at airport

Media Files: AFL staffer attacks media at airport

An AFL staffer has attacked media waiting for the West Coast Eagles team plane at Perth airport, after cameramen refused his request to move on.

Media Files: How the Thai cave rescue is being covered

Media Files: How the Thai cave rescue is being covered

World media has latched itself to the Thai cave rescue operation, but some journalists aren't helping things.

Enjoy this golden age of TV while it lasts

Enjoy this golden age of TV while it lasts

The Sopranos ushered in a renaissance for the small screen, latterly continued by Netflix et al. But the economic reality of running an entertainment business like Netflix will crunch hard — and soon. So enjoy this golden age of TV, while you still can.

Media Files: how Queer Eye blitzed the Australian media

Media Files: how Queer Eye blitzed the Australian media

The Queer Eye cast have been on a whirlwind PR tour, which brought some challenges for the traditional media.