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What might television look like in a year’s time, in a few years’ time, in a decade? Jock Given , Michael Brealey and Cathy Gray asked twenty-five people from across the industry and beyond.
The last quarter of 2014 and the...
This lesson about the perils of determinism, something that all students of media history learn in their earliest lectures, is one that writer and Silicon Valley insider Andrew Keen seems hell-bent on challenging in his latest book, The Internet Is Not the Answer.
A conversation with award-winning Indigenous screenwriter Steven McGregor
It’s a windy mid-week morning. The trains roll in and out of Redfern Station and a stream of commuters pours up the concrete steps. Coffees are bought, phone calls made and received. Students – all...
The thirtieth anniversary of SBS’s Dateline is a chance to consider some often-unreported truths
The thirtieth-anniversary edition of Dateline, broadcast on SBS on 24 October, featured a selection of landmark stories from the program’s history. In the words of the guest host, Les...
Cultural policy and trade policy are pulling in different directions, and Ten’s Offspring could be one casualty
On 7 August this year 1.3 million people watched what is probably the last episode of the popular Australian series Offspring. Created...