In news out of the United States today Apple’s Board of Directors have announced long time Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs has resigned. To take his place as Apple’s CEO is current Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook. For all those Apple lovers though fear not because Steve Jobs has not totally relinquished his management… Continue reading Steve Jobs is no longer Apple’s CEO
The multichannel picture is nearly complete with the Ten Network joining the ABC and Seven Network in announcing and beginning to implement their digital strategy ahead of the analogue switch-off in 2013. Ten’s plan is Eleven a new digital-only SD channel to complement Ten’s primary channel and their soon-to-be HD only channel, One HD. Ten… Continue reading Ten + One = Eleven
The Federal Election results in Australia are still being counted and a winner is yet to be announced. However the election on Saturday did see Australians overwhelmingly vote for who had the best election coverage on TV. None other than the good old Aunty, the ABC. The ABC election coverage upstaged both Seven and Nine… Continue reading No fluff coverage wins election night ratings
As reported widely today across the Blogsphere including on TV Tonight, Crikey and Mumbrella, the Spearman Experiment on Channel 10 last night Â had an incredible drop in the ratings for its second outing. The program, hosted by Magda Szubanski, premiered last week with 1.039 million viewers, however yesterday’s showing saw a 30%Â drop in… Continue reading Australia Voted the Spearman Experiment does not make the list!
Consolidated Media Holdings (CMH) issued a media release today that a subsidiary of Seven Group Limited had requested a copy of CMH’s register of members and register of information about relevant interests. According the media release, CMH will comply with Seven’s request pursuant to the Corporations Act. This request by a Seven Group Limited subsidiary… Continue reading Game on for Fox Sports!