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Canada provides much better support to their arts and screen sectors than Australia. What are we doing wrong?
How do early career screen creators break through? How does the system deal with the digital volcano-verse? The evolution of a single show currently on ABC iView tells all.
Collecting the arts under a broader creative industries umbrella has risks as well as opportunities.
After a decade of trying to find work-life balance, arts workers are discovering there's a better way.
The Productivity Commission has released a draft report which hacks into existing intellectual property (IP) protection for creatives.
Dump the envy and bring the success of video games to the stage.
Who doesn't love a cooking show? With your kind of people in it? With a hot new chef? All in a day's future proofing for the production company.
In the gloom around the strangled Screen Resource Organisations, one story brings hope.
A web series from Bric, a community site in Brooklyn, is about making a web series from Bric, a community site in Brooklyn. And there is sex. Sort of.
Gayby Baby joins a very short list of Australian documentaries with a US theatrical release, propelled by the internet and political support.
The Screen Producers Australia Ones to Watch initiative is close to deadline for 2016 - and it is a very valuable initiative.
Developers from tiny markets like Australia are not necessarily disadvantaged when making games go global - a marked contrast to the film industry.
No art form connects with its audience more viscerally than gaming: it's time everyone else paid attention.
The doors to television careers are creaking open, as the genie of short online narrative series flexes its muscles.
People working in the arts and creative industries are moving out of the city and finding the tree change to be a boon for creative practice.
It’s the Holy Grail for marketers: understanding what makes a video ad go viral. But exactly what motivates a person to tell others about a video?
The Blue Mountains is the first to establish a Creative Cluster to bolster local collaboration and create a more resilient industry.
Indie-friendly VOD is alive, kicking and even easy, if you don't get cynical on the way.
The Oscars are not a great big tablet of joy for the pics that scored. We must be plum tuckered out with the hysteria.
From an international monster in training to our own cute little IView, here is a sketch map of the VOD biosphere, with added practicalities.
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