OK. Let's talk about the TV coverage elephant in the room that is Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
As Ita Buttrose celebrates her 75th birthday live on air, it's worth noting that she is one of the eldest women to ever grace our Australian TV screens.
What a year 2016 was. Soaring highs matched with gut-churning lows. Television in Australia delivered some amazing new and returning seasons - stuff that meant you simply had to tune in else miss all the fine detail. It also has a lot to answer for with some time-stealing life-wasters that may or may not have had really great promos.
If you've kept up with Channel 10’s highly anticipated drama series, you would have been on the couch, phone in hand for those twitter catch ups, when it wrapped up last Wednesday.
The parent company of the Seven Network, Seven West Media has secured a 33 per cent shareholding investment in fantasy sports wagering business Draftstars.
Like a dog eating it's own vomit, Network Ten has commissioned The Biggest Loser for yet another series, with the show returning in 2017 this time as The Biggest Loser: Transformed.
With 14 weeks to go in the 2016 ratings year there's a bunch of shows networks are hoping you'll get addicted to in the race to the finish (which is more important than it's ever been)...
Yes, sadly it’s that time of year where another excellent season of Foxtel’s Wentworth comes to a close and I write about some of my suspicions for what could happen in the season closer. Thankfully and not at all surprising, Wentworth has been picked up for a fifth season!
July has seen the biggest shake up in the regional TV market in 20 years. And the ramifications could soon bring about the closure of Australia’s biggest regional TV news provider.
It may be a regular Logie winner as Australia’s most popular sports program, but rumours are circulating Nine is deeply concerned with the performance of the NRL Footy Show and is about to act.