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Connecting clicks to actual revenue is a tricky business - and essential for creative companies to flourish in the changing landscape.
First broadband TV brand bites the dust as Presto gets the chop from Foxtel and Seven.
Youtube sensation RackaRacka, the twins from Pop-Cult Hell, move on mainstream cinema. There will be blood.
By asking children and their families what they want, the ABC is discovering it could look more like social media than a broadcaster.
Will DVD disappear forever? Not if your real life lo-fi personal service specialty storefront has anything to do with it.
Building a pathway for young people into the sector strengthens the company culture, and a nimble, creative slate. Princess Pictures explain how.
Publishers and film sets are ramping up security as it becomes harder to avoid spoilers.
Many artists find a baby a hindrance to creative life but child-friendly residency programs help parents continue their creative careers.
Deluxe Australia, the biggest post production in the industry, has abandoned its high end services operation. What are the implications?
While the AFI/AACTAS steams majestically across the awardscape, the screen producers have their own shunting yards to choof around.
Digital media now dictates a child's initial experience of literature, art and - most worryingly - often creative discovery.
Why is Sydney's IMAX about to go missing? Why should you grieve? Will there be a happy ending?
Watching, listening and reading - how we amuse ourselves and why it is under threat.
Virtual reality is built on cutting-edge technology, where the rules of storytelling are still being worked out.
Neat web series Black As, itself a reboot of Bush Mechanics, has just broken a few records for Indigenous TV's online presence.
Determined to see everything? 24 films are nominated for AACTA 2016. In spectacle terms, it is a quiet year.
Wide Angle Tasmania partners up with AFTRS to create an online production competition which would make a reality TV show.
Ned Kelly gets a parking ticket, the Warumpi Band gets an outing, and Melbourne's filmmakers get a quick education.
Sounds like Game of Thrones. A Stark moves further sideways to expand, while a Batties steps out of the game. But can you ever leave?
In 408 hours, Seven is managing to broadcast five thousand hours of Olympic coverage. Après nous le déluge, as Louis XV used to say, anticipating the invention of Twitter.
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