The Australian Government in 2009 requested submissions for the review of the Anti-Siphoning legislation. However, there is still no response from Minister for Communications Senator Stephen Conroy on the outcome of the review. It seems a response from the government is now unlikely until after any election. This delay is dangerous and could have a… Continue reading Still waiting for Anti-siphoning announcement…
The news started to filter out of Canberra late on Wednesday 23 June 2010 that KevináRudd’s Prime Ministership was under threat. By 10:15pm a spilled was called for 9am Thursday. At about 9:25am Thursday 24 June, Sky News Australia reportedáfirstáthat Kevin Rudd had not contested the leadership and that Julia Gillard would become Australia’s first… Continue reading Media frenzy over Rudd’s removal from office.
Yesterday’s deal between Hybrid TV and Disney Media Distribution confirmed that the next decade is the decade of choice for the consumer. The agreement, Disney’s first foray into a Video on Demand in the Southern Hemisphere, will lift Hybrid TV’s CASPA On-Demand offering to over 200 programs and 2000 hours of TV viewing on-demand. CASPA… Continue reading Disney Dances with CASPA!
Seven’s My Kitchen Rules finished it first season last night with Queensland couple Veronica & Shadi taking out first place and $100,000 in prize money over Victoria’s Clint & Noah. The real winners of the series, however, was the Seven Network. Last night 1.525 millions viewers tuned in to watch the final that finished just… Continue reading My Kitchen Rules performs for sponsors
As reported in yesterday’s Australian newspaper, One HD has signed four sponsors for the entire F1 season for the first time in its history. According the the Australian newspaper, both┬ Harvey Norman and Enzed have renewed their sponsorships, while Bridgestone has gone from a spot buyer to be a season package holder. Joining last year’s… Continue reading One HD signs sponsors as Alonso wins Bahrain F1 GP
As reported widely today across the Blogsphere including on TV Tonight, Crikey and Mumbrella, the Spearman Experiment on Channel 10 last night ┬ 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%┬ drop in… Continue reading Australia Voted the Spearman Experiment does not make the list!
Melbourne’s Herald Sun today reported that despite the 7pm Project running an extended one hour edition last night where six Celebrity MasterChef contestants were announced, the show only managed 776,000 viewers nationally. This figure ranked the program within last night’s top 20, sitting comfortably at 17th place. According to the Herald Sun, however the show… Continue reading the 7pm Project full of tasty ingredients!
We all know that Masterchef set the OzTam ratings on fire with a peak of 4.11 million viewers but even more astounding was the power of the Masterchef website. The website, according to a Network 10 release, scored between 23 April and 21 July 2009 some 35,739,245 total page views and an average browsing time… Continue reading Masterchef serves up hits!