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A new report from the Cancer Council NSW has finally ended fears of an unexpected health threat in ABC workplaces around Australia, while it provokes calls for ongoing vigilance.
Seven takes the top four spots for the night, and Nine takes the next five.
Statistics NZ has released the NZ Screen Industry Survey for 2008, breaking down the industry activity that contributed to the sector's $2.74 billion gross revenue. This represents an increase of $260
The Sydney Latin American Film Festival are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win a double pass to the Brazilian Documentary The Beetle KFZ-1348. The film screens at Dendy Opera Qua
If you’re an emerging writer like me, one of those people trying on tippee toes to see over the great ‘published author’ wall into the mystical world beyond, an invite to the MWF Party seems like a free pass to Utopia.
RUN is a new performance installation by De Quincey Co that explores extreme energy and motion. It invites the audience into an unpredictable space, where objects and bodies emerge and unfold as integrated elements of a massive, warping physicalised environment; where suspended weight and animations oscillate between control and the uncontrolled.
There’s a culture of reduction in the theatre industry that just does not exist in Australia’s big industries.
Alana Valentine is an award-winning Australian playwright whose works include Run Rabbit Run and Parramatta Girls. Her new play, Shafana and Aunt Sarrinah, is currently showing at the Seymour Theatre Centre. Alana Valentine presented the Alex Buzo Memorial Lecture, co-presented with Sydney Ideas at the University of Sydney on Monday, 10 August, 2009.
The Australian National Academy of Music is set to consolidate its position as Australia’s leading training institution for the country’s finest young classical musicians with the recent confirmation of Commonwealth Government funding that will carry the institution forward into 2010.
MUMBRELLA: The future of journalism is to be tackled in debates taking place in Perth tonight and Adelaide on Monday.
MUMBRELLA: The ABC received a rare 20.8 per cent ratings share for Sunday night, bumping Ten under the 20 per cent mark and into fourth place after Australian Idol and Rove numbers decreased again.
MUMBRELLA: Channel Nine in Perth is set to launch a news website, the station’s news director has revealed. Speaking on Friday night at the Future of Journalism debate, organised by the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance, Adrian Beattie said: “We are in the process of putting a Channel Nine Perth website together. The person who will press the go button is already in Perth.”
Seventeen Australian films will screen at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, the largest selection of Australian films to ever screen at one of the world’s premiere film festivals.
AUSSIE THEATRE: In an Australian coup, composer Stephen Flaherty and lyricist Lynn Ahrens, who co-created scores for Seussical, the animated feature Anastasia, and many other well-known shows, will be in Australia due to a unique partnership between the University of Tasmania (UTAS) Conservatorium of Music and the American Society of Composers and Performers (ASCAP).
NINEMSN: Bass player in Australian indie rock band Magic Dirt, Dean Turner, has died from lung cancer, aged 37.
THEATRE NOTES: Even gale-force winds couldn't stop the theatrical event of the week: to wit, the Save VCA protests, which culminated in a 1000-strong march this morning to Parliament House, where the troops were rousingly addressed by Geoffrey Rush and Julia Zemiro.
NIT: ISSUE 184, August 20, 2009: Journalist Amy McQuire has been appointed to the role of Acting Editor of the National Indigenous Times.
MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES NWS: The results of the second year of Museums & Galleries NSW’s Strategic Audience Development Study, Guess Who’s Going to the Gallery?, will be launched by The Hon. Virginia Judge M.P. B.Ed., Minister Assisting the Premier on the Arts, at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Wednesfay, 12 August at 3.30pm.
NEW MATILDA: Working for peace is often about refusing to accept the status quo. That's why the Sydney Peace Prize jury has chosen well in recognising investigative journalist John Pilger, writes Michael Brull.
CRIKEY: Most of us know the old cliche about crisis also being opportunity. The genesis of the Foundation for Public Interest Journalism proves that the cliche is true.
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