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  • CBeebies sees bee format from Oz (Published in News) 04-08-2020
    The BBC in the UK has picked up a pair of formats from the commercial arm of Australian pubcaster the ABC.
  • SAFC rejigs team with new hires (Published in News) 04-08-2020
    Australian state agency the South Australian Film Corp has hired two seasoned producers as part of a management restructure.
  • Seven aims to Beat the Chasers (Published in News) 03-08-2020
    Australia’s Seven Network has ordered primetime specials spun off from its 17.00 quizshow The Chase.
  • Foxtel to offer A+E’s LMN, merge networks (Published in News) 03-08-2020
    Australian pay TV platform Foxtel is set to carry A+E Networks’ female-skewing Lifetime Movie Network and to merge two of its in-house entertainment channels.
  • Facebook, Google subject to Oz code (Published in News) 31-07-2020
    Technology giants Google and Facebook will be required to negotiate with Australian media companies over payments for using news content on their platforms under a mandatory code of conduct.
  • Seven West Media slashes costs (Published in News) 30-07-2020
    Cost-cutting initiatives at Australian broadcaster and newspaper publisher Seven West Media have slashed its TV business cost base to its lowest level since 2007, according to the company.
  • BBC to play Australia’s Hardball (Published in News) 29-07-2020
    UK pubcaster the BBC has acquired local broadcast rights to an Australian children’s comedy that follows a suburban hardball team.
  • Fremantle partners with Pango Productions (Published in News) 29-07-2020
    Fremantle’s Australian outpost and New Zealand-based Māori-owned Pango Productions have formed a partnership, starting with two commissions for Kiwi broadcasters.
  • 2040 creatives to launch prodco (Published in News) 28-07-2020
    Australian documentary filmmaker Damon Gameau (2040, That Sugar Film) is launching a production company in partnership with producer Anna Kaplan.
  • Banijay, Seven mull Seven Studios deal (Published in News) 27-07-2020
    European production giant Banijay Group is in exploratory talks with Australia’s Seven West Media over a deal to buy the latter's Australian production business, Seven Studios.
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