Internet kills the TV star

At the turn of the century Australians had limited choice when deciding what to watch. But less than two decades later, with Pay TV, streaming services and a multitude of online content, audiences are spoilt for choice.

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Review: To the Bone

Over the past year Netflix has been no stranger to controversial releases.

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GoT to highlight Aussie content distribution problem

I can tell you right now what the headlines will say on July 17. “Australia has a piracy problem!”

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Podcast: What School Didn’t Teach You – Episode 3

In this episode of What School Didn’t Teach You, we explore the Netflix hit series 13 Reasons Why with renowned Australian psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg.

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The Dark Knight rises (above LA)

To commemorate the life of one of the most memorable men to don the Batman cape and cowl, the iconic Bat-signal will shine above LA tonight in honour of Adam West. Batman fan Jameel Khan pays tribute to his lifelong hero.

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The Bachie bulldog, from princess to park

In the middle of last year I was sitting on my couch watching Bachelor, and – to my surprise – found myself enjoying it. The contestants this time around felt a lot more ‘real’ than usual. Now, a year on, I’ve

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Australia’s got talent … at Eurovision

Australia’s association with Eurovision has seen a succession of four reality stars take to the global stage in as many years. It seems when you are on to a good thing, you stick to it, writes Tom Livingstone.

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Liberal v Labor

Since World War Two there have been two parties that have dominated Australian politics – Liberal and Labor.

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Trying to be like Marc

Marc Fennell’s is a refreshing view on the media world for journalism students keen to follow in his successful footsteps.

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