Esteemed actress Wendy Hughes, known for her work on film, television and stage, has died, aged 61.
Video: The Simpsons has been re-imagined by French film director Sylvain Chomet.
Updated: Chris Reason was the victim of a robbery while reporting in South Africa, but is uninjured.
A South Korean broadcaster is facing a storm of media criticism following the shock suicide of a female reality contestant.
Two Australians are being deported for covering the Schapelle Corby case while on tourist visas.
Big Brother is on the hunt for new housemates, and this year you can nominate somebody else on their behalf.
TEN appoints former Nine and Seven exec as Director of Scheduling and Acquisitions.
“I’m not sorry I did it,” says a clean-shaven Derryn Hinch. “It was the right thing to do.”
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World Movies has another week of controversial films including Pink Flamingos, I Spit On Your Grave and Caligula.
For Lara Pitt, it’s not about gender in a bloke’s world, but the work itself.
Eurosport launches of a new monthly series of sporting portraits called Sports Insiders.
Nominees include Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, Kasey Chambers and O’Shea.
STV channels, staff & agencies gathered in Sydney last night for the industry awards recognising campaigns and branding.
E! returns dating parody web series Burning Love, produced by Ben Stiller.
News 24 extends news programs across the day, and introduces two presenters to afternoons and evenings.
It seems Sunday Night is not the only show headed to Japan’s “ghost cities” this weekend.
Seven News presenters Peter Mitchell and Jennifer Keyte will broadcast the 2014 Moomba Parade for Victorian viewers.
RocKwiz is back, now on Monday nights and kicking off with a tribute to Harry Vanda and George Young.
Schapelle who? This weekend Sunday Night goes back to their ratings darlings: INXS.
Tim Dormer and Tahan Lew-Fatt try their hand at Lifestyle presenting this weekend for a Getaway episode.
Nat Geo embarks on Event TV with its new science series, as a sequel to the work of astronomer Carl Sagan.
ABC1′s Janet King is the phoenix rising from the ashes of Crownies, thanks to putting Marta Dusseldorp front and centre.
Nine’s ‘not-Underbelly’ is no longer Event TV, but the cast give it a red hot go all the same.