UPDATED: The eighth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) begins tonight (Australian time) with the Kolkata Knight Riders taking on the Mumbai Indians at Eden Gardens.†However it appears that Australian viewers will be once again be left†without an Australian free-to-air or subscription broadcaster and have to rely on online streaming coverage for the world’s… Continue reading IPL 8 without an Australian TV broadcaster
The Ten Network†served Breakfast†this morning ahead of its scheduled debut next Monday. The move to premiere the breakfast show early was made†in order to capitalise on the leadership crisis currently engulfing Australia following Mr Kevin Rudd†resigning as Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs. The program is fronted by NZ’s Paul Henry, Andrew Rochford and Kathryn Robinson,… Continue reading Breakfast served early, how did it taste?
Nine’s much anticipated comedy program from Hamish and Andy premiered last night. According to OzTAM the show grabbed strong figures for its first outing with 1,456,000 viewers tuning in to see the New York based show. The show, titled Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year†delivered a strong result for Nine not only in total audience… Continue reading Hamish & Andy off to a strong start but will it hold?
The Ten Network have announced the first reshuffle to its much talked about news programming strategy for 2011 and beyond. The axe has fallen on the 6:30PM local evening news with Ten instead opting for the strong Ten News at Five brand being extended until 6:30PM. Current 6:30 news hosts around the country will fall… Continue reading Negus is key
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!