GEORGE NEGUS GETS HIS VERY OWN STREET NAME IN QUEENSLAND.
Australia has Ramsay Street, Melrose Place, Television Rd, Jump Street, AC/DC Lane and even some Wisteria Lanes. Now it has George Negus Way.
GET YOURSELF ON Q&A AND YOU COULD BE TOP-TRENDING WORLDWIDE.
When it comes to embracing Twitter it's hard to find an Australian television program that utilises it better than ABC's Q&A.
PAY TV'S AMBITIOUS DRAMA SERIES IS HIT BY LEGAL ISSUES IN MELBOURNE.
It was supposed to be one of Foxtel's flagship dramas for 2010, but now TV1's Killing Time is hanging in an Underbelly-style limbo due to legal proceedings in Victoria.
HE IS THE APPLE OF NINA PROUDMAN'S EYE IN OFFSPRING, BUT DON HANY SAYS IT'S THE CHARACTER, NOT HIM WHO IS SEXY.
When Channel TEN's new drama Offspring premieres this weekend, actor a href="http://www.tv.com/don-hany/person/148458/summary.html">Don Hany may suddenly find himself as Australia's newest sex symbol.
TV DARLING GEORGIE PARKER IS HEADED BACK TO THE LAND OF SOAP, TO APPEAR AS A RESIDENT CAST MEMBER OF HOME AND AWAY.
The announcement by Seven is something of a coup given Parker's popularity with viewers. She has two gold Logie Awards under her belt, and several silvers, thanks to her years on All Saints. She was also a pivotal cast member of A Country Practice.
TV.COM'S PICK OF THE BEST SHOWS ON AUSSIE SCREENS THIS WEEK.
Our pick of the best shows on Aussie screens this week including the premiere of Parenthood and Offspring, a new series of Burn Notice and the series return of Sunday Night.
NINE'S YOUTH CHANNEL CELEBRATES ITS FIRST BIRTHDAY AND PROMISES NEW TITLES INCLUDING SPARTACUS, HELLCATS AND HUMAN TARGET.
GO! turns one next week and can boast about being the most successful of all the multi-channels.
SPORT STILL RULES ON SUBSCRIPTION TELEVISION, BUT JUST DON'T LOOK AT THE NUMBERS, PLEASE.
Last week NRL, AFL and the Bledisloe Cup pulled the biggest audiences taking all 10 of the top 10 titles for the week.