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Historian Ken Inglis, author of This is the ABC, looks back, and forward...
THE ABC first went to air on 1 July 1932. The seventieth anniversary has set off much rejoicing, on the air and around the country. One of the oldest ABC...
The last 30 years o Australian TV
New platforms offering new experiences and platforms for online interaction with consumers/ audiences.
Media use is part of everyday life. Audience theory tells us media is social. It is understood through interpretation and interaction. Audiences draw on their own personal experiences, histories and identities in generating meaning out of television content. This presentation looks at general audience reaction...
The ways of knowing modern audiences, broadcast ratings, is now big billion dollar business, with Google in alliance with Nielsen, one of the world's leading media researchers, to literally auction audiences off to the highest bidder. Ironically, 'the black box' of survey and sampling methodology...
Australians are currently served by two public broadcasting networks. While both the ABC and the SBS have charters that require them to broadcast programs that, in the case of the ABC, “reflect the cultural diversity of the Australian community”, and, in the case of SBS,...
This report finds that the transition to digital broadcasting, which has the power to bring new views and voices to the television airwaves, has yet to deliver those benefits in many developing countries.
A technology transition that has the power to...
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...
This was one of several government reviews of the ABC carried out throughout its history.
It found that while there was no evidence to indicate that the ABC did not comply with its Charter requirements, there was significant scope for the ABC to improve...
The decision raises the most basic question that can be asked about government dispensation of any kind: what was this money for?
Was the $250 million a subsidy, a tax break, or a quid pro quo? Was it a grant for local content, assistance...