Popular streaming services will experience a surge in subscribers and revenue, while Foxtel is falling behind, according to PwC's latest report.
The Sky News political editor will take over the morning political discussion program in 2020, the ABC confirms in the wake of reports surfacing last month David Speers would replace outgoing host Barrie Cassidy.
Sir Michael Parkinson announces a tour of Australia in October, and reflects on his "thousands" of interviews, admitting some of his best guests have been people he "wouldn't wish to invite to dinner".
Outgoing Insiders host Barrie Cassidy effectively confirms Sky News political editor David Speers will be taking over the reins of the Sunday morning political discussion program he created almost 18 years ago, saying "he'll be there eventually".
With TV rights deals set to be reined in, how does the FFA improve its reach sufficiently to convince Fox Sports — or an alternative platform — it is "marquee"? writes Richard Hinds.
Is it time to ask whether we are able to give informed consent to not-at-all-like-reality television, not just as participants but also as viewers, writes Emma A. Jane.
With the suspected suicide of a British reality TV contestant, it's time to ask whether we give consent as viewers to these not-at-all-like-reality shows, writes Emma A. Jane.
After starting out as a researcher and computer programmer, Antony Green has been at the forefront of the ABC's election coverage on and off air.
The AFL Footy Show joins its NRL cousin on the Channel Nine scrap heap after 25 years and 735 episodes due to plummeting ratings.
An attempt by Channel Seven to claim a tax rebate by listing its reality wedding show Bride and Prejudice as a documentary work is knocked back.