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  • BYUtv itches for ABC adventure show (Published in News) 28-05-2020
    US cablenet BYUtv has nabbed US rights to an Australian children’s action-adventure series about a science-obsessed teenager.
  • Execs depart in Seven Studios rejig (Published in News) 28-05-2020
    Australia’s Seven Studios is shedding staff in a reorganisation following the resignation of Therese Hegarty, CEO of the production house owned by Seven West Media
  • Xytech studio to open in Auckland (Published in News) 27-05-2020
    The systemic shortage of studio space in New Zealand will be eased with the opening next month of X3 Studios, a 30-minute drive south of Auckland’s city centre.
  • MediaWorks NZ slashes staff (Published in News) 26-05-2020
    Troubled New Zealand TV and radio broadcaster MediaWorks is making 130 staff redundant as it downsizes and restructures.
  • Foxtel’s Binge targets new audiences (Published in News) 25-05-2020
    Australian pay TV platform Foxtel’s low-cost entertainment SVoD service Binge launched today, targeting younger audiences who eschew Foxtel and are hooked on streaming content.
  • Australian TV content headed to Asia-Pac (Published in News) 25-05-2020
    The Australian government is bankrolling an initiative to send more than 1,000 hours of local television programming to the country’s Pacific neighbours.
  • Aussie producers option two books (Published in News) 25-05-2020
    Australian production companies Film Art Media and Good Thing Productions have each optioned books by Oz writers and plan to turn them into TV series.
  • 10 revives Family Feud with key workers (Published in News) 22-05-2020
    Australia’s Network 10 has commissioned a series of Family Feud primetime specials two years after axing the gameshow.
  • Sky NZ raises capital, plans broadband (Published in News) 22-05-2020
    New Zealand satcaster Sky is raising funds from shareholders and new institutional investors as it weathers the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Abacus boards Aussie outback doc (Published in News) 20-05-2020
    UK-based start-up Abacus Media Rights has boarded an Australian observational docuseries that focuses on a couple self-isolating in the outback.
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