QUESTION MARKS HOVER OVER TEN'S PLANS FOR MORE NEWS AND CHANNEL ELEVEN.
While Channel TEN management deals with the demands of its newest shareholder, billionaire James Packer, what might it mean to viewers?
AN EPIC DOCUMENTARY SERIES CAPTURES NEVER-SEEN FOOTAGE OF SOME OF THE PLANET'S MOST REMARKABLE SPECIES.
A great white shark devouring an elephant seal, Mali elephants paying tribute to a calf that died in the scorching sun, massive numbers of white-eared kob of the Sudan thought to have been wiped out during 20 years of violent…
HAWKE LEADS THIS YEAR'S TV NOMINEES IN THE AFI AWARDS WHILE ABC AND SBS HAVE PLENTY TO SMILE ABOUT.
The Australian Film Institute has announced its nominees for 2010, with
Animal Kingdom and Beneath Hill 60 leading the film categories.
SEASON FIVE OF NINE'S MARITIME DRAMA WILL BE ITS LAST.
Following the news that Seven may not renew City Homicide for 2011 comes word that next year's series of Sea Patrol will be the last.
FOR THREE DECADES "MR FOOTBALL" HAS HELPED BUILD AUSTRALIA'S LOVE OF THE WORLD GAME.
In the early days of working for SBS, football commentator Les Murray learnt everything on the fly.
SEVEN'S LOCAL POLICE DRAMA WILL NOT BE RENEWED, ACCORDING TO MEDIA REPORTS.
City Homicide has been axed by the Seven Network after four seasons.
THE WOMAN WHO PLAYS HOME AND AWAY'S IRENE HAS A DARK SIDE -- AND SHE LOVES IT.
On Home and Away she plays concerned foster parent Irene Roberts. But when she steps foot on stage in the United Kingdom, Lynne McGranger lets rip with her nasty side -- and she loves it.
SBS TV CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF BROADCASTING BY LOOKING BACK ON THREE DECADES OF MULTICULTURAL TELEVISION.
Multicultural broadcaster SBS turns 30 this Sunday.
TEN POACHES VETERAN JOURNALIST TO FRONT ITS NEW 6PM NEWS PROGRAM.
Veteran journo George Negus has quit SBS to join Channel TEN as the anchor of its new-look 6pm program, to launch early next year.
When the Commonwealth Games wrap up on Thursday we'll begin the home stretch of the 2010 ratings year.
NINE'S VETERAN HOST STANDS BY HER CONTROVERSIAL USE OF THE TERM "STRAYS" FOLLOWING A MEDIA FURORE.
The furore began after Victoria Police confirmed it had interviewed two
Collingwood footballers over an alleged rape following the AFL Grand Final.