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CBS has bought Channel Ten and plans to bring its streaming service to Australia. Shutterstock

The impact of CBS’s takeover of Ten is much larger than just one network

Ten Network is being acquired by US broadcaster CBS Corporation. CBS now controls three TV channels – Ten, Eleven and One – as well as a fledgling streaming service, Tenplay. But this acquisition is only the beginning of the shakeup to the Australian television industry. CBS is a major supplier of content to all the… Keep Reading

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Interview with Nine.com.au – Australian sporting rights could be impacted by CBS acquisition of Ten, expert claims

Spoke with Nine.com.au Finance about CBS’ takeover of the Ten Network. You can read the article here: Australian sporting rights could be impacted by CBS acquisition of Ten, expert claims – https://finance.nine.com.au/2017/08/28/12/38/ten-cbs-sporting-rights Keep Reading

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Shame! The ‘technical glitches’ that hit Game of Thrones could limit other popular live-streamed events

Winter was coming with the first episode of the new Game of Thrones series this week, but the real freeze was a technical one. Many fans across the world were unable to watch the much anticipated season opener using legal streaming services, such as Foxtel Now in Australia. Foxtel issued a statement on Monday saying… Keep Reading

Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan in The Katering Show (2015), which began as a short form web series. (Source: idmb)

With the rise of subscription and online TV, we need to rethink local content rules

The newly released Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) report on Film, Television and Digital Games 2015-16 offers fascinating insights into how our screen media landscape has changed over the past four years. A key factor has been the introduction of subscription video-on-demand services in early 2015. Indeed, the report notes that the income of subscription… Keep Reading

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