• I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here: Saturday Schoolies

    Scott Tweedie hosts a new challenge for the jungle castmates. 7pm Saturday on 10.The Family Law
    Little Women
    Movie: The Peanuts Movie
    Australian Open
    Kimberley Cruise: The Full Journey
  • Thursday 17 January 2019

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    17/01/2019
    10/01/2019
    20/12/2018
    ABC
    11.0%
    12.4%
    12.8%
    ABC KIDS/COMEDY
    2.4%
    3.1%
    3.0%
    ABC ME
    0.7%
    0.7%
    0.9%
    ABC NEWS
    1.7%
    1.5%
    1.9%
    ABC Network
    15.8%
    17.7%
    18.6%
    Seven
    15.6%
    18.5%
    18.5%
    7TWO
    4.3%
    4.9%
    3.9%
    7mate
    2.9
  • SBS announces cast for The Hunting

    Asher Keddie and Richard Roxburgh will lead an ensemble cast in the new four-part SBS original drama The Hunting (previously titled as The Hunt).
    The cast also includes Sam Reid (Bloom, Lambs of God), Jessica De Gouw (Arrow, Deadline Gallipoli), Luca Sardelis (Nowhere Boys, Deadlock), Yazeed Daher (The Heights, Safe Harbour), and newcomers Kavitha Anandasivam and Alex Cusack.
    Also appearing are Pamela Rabe (Wentworth), Leah Vandenberg (The Letdown), Rodney Afif (Ali’s Wedding), Sachin Joa
  • Brooke Boney comments attracts media scrutiny

    Few would have expected new Entertainment reporter Brooke Boney to make the first media impact for the new-look Today team, but that’s just what happened yesterday.
    The former Triple j presenter, who describes herself as a proud Gamilaroi woman, is understood to be the first Indigenous presenter on breakfast television.
    She weighed into the debate over moving the date of Australia Day, stressing her view was a personal one only.
    "This is the best country in the world no doubt. But I can't
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  • Court approves delay for McLachlan defamation trial

    NSW Supreme Court judge Lucy McCallum has granted a request to delay defamation proceedings between actor Craig McLachlan, ABC, The Sydney Morning Herald and actor Christie Whelan Browne.
    The civil trial was due to begin on February 4 but the former Doctor Blake Mysteries star now has a court appearance in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on February 8 on eight counts of indecent assault and one count each of attempted indecent assault and common law assault.
    He denies the allegations.
  • Axed: Trial & Error

    US comedy Trial & Error has been axed after just two seasons.
    Season one starred John Lithgow as a professor who is accused of murdering his wife, while a young New York attorney (Nicholas D’Agosto) winds up as his defence lawyer.
    The cast also included Jayma Mays, Steven Boyer, Sherri Shepherd, and Krysta Rodriguez.
    Producers Warner Bros. TV remains open to reviving the true-crime spoof after NBC passed on a third season.
    It aired in Australia on Seven.
    Source: Hollywood Reporter
  • I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here: intruder alert

    A former “footy show” host will become the first intruder into 10’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here next Monday.
    Presuming this is actually a Footy Show host (as opposed to the host of a football show) could we tip Beau Ryan or Trevor Marmalade…?
    How will Jacqui cope when she realises she has one more campmate to break down before she can step over them to claim the crown?
    Has Dermott made enough of a mark on the camp, or will another footy head encroach on his
  • Airdate: Now Apocalypse

    Language, nudity, adult themes
    Surreal US comedy series Now Apocalypse from indie filmmaker Gregg Araki (Kaboom, Mysterious Skin), Steven Soderbergh (Logan Lucky, The Laundromat) and Gregory Jacobs (The Laundromat, Magic Mike XXL) is coming to Stan.
    It will premiere on Sunday, March 10, with new episodes weekly, “timed to the U.S. broadcast.”
    Now Apocalypse stars Avan Jogia (Tut, Twisted) as Ulysses, who is struggling to figure out his life in the surreal and bewildering city of Los
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  • Airdate: The Challenge: War of the Worlds

    Not to be confused with a UK drama that is coming in summer, MTV has announced a version of its reality contest The Challenge, which sees Reality TV stars facing off against previous champs.
     The Challenge: War of the Worlds will screen in March, with a sneak peek ahead of the premiere on Sunday March 3 at 8.30pm.
    TV favorites collide when legendary “The Challenge” veterans team up with rookie prospects from franchises including “The Bachelor,” “Big Brother,&r
  • Wednesday 16 January 2019

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    16/01/2019
    09/01/2019
    19/12/2018
    ABC
    9.6%
    12.0%
    13.3%
    ABC KIDS/COMEDY
    2.4%
    2.2%
    2.7%
    ABC ME
    0.5%
    0.9%
    0.8%
    ABC NEWS
    1.4%
    1.7%
    1.4%
    ABC Network
    13.9%
    16.9%
    18.2%
    Seven
    14.5%
    19.4%
    20.3%
    7TWO
    3.6%
    4.0%
    3.0%
    7mate
    3.2
  • My Kitchen Rules 2019: meet Group 1

    These are the first 8 teams who will face off in the 10th Anniversary Season of My Kitchen Rules on Seven.
    Hosted again by Pete Evan, Manu Feildel and Colin Fassnidge, the Seven season is teasing a record number of perfect scores this season.
    Teams will also be paired up in open homes to produce a three-course menu for the public and one team of total strangers will be teamed up in Group 2.
    On offer is another $250,000 and plenty of media attention.
    As tipped by TV Tonight, this season is
  • Logies to return category for best ad

    In a radical move the Logie Awards will return a voting category for Most Popular Television Commercial (or is that an oxymoron?).
    Bauer Media is now asking ad agencies to submit for consideration. The Top Ten Ads as selected by a panel of trade media journos will be included in the public vote from March 4 – March 31.
    “The winning ad and agency, will be included on The Logie Awards TV broadcast credits, and you’ll be invited to attend with tickets for 4 of the team and travel
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  • Disgraced lawyer jailed after defrauding Bruce Gordon

    Disgraced Sydney lawyer Brody Clarke has been jailed for six years after defrauding WIN mogul Bruce Gordon and others of $10 million, to fuel his gambling addiction.
    The 36 year old lawyer at Atanaskovic Hartnell had won over the trust of Gordon, the Australian Financial Review reports, with direct access to Gordon’s Bermuda home phone.
    He fooled Deutsche Bank staff into thinking he was Gordon’s son Andrew, and transferred $7.3 million from Gordon’s company Birteku and $2.5 mi
  • Screenrights appoints new CEO

    Acting Screenrights CEO James Dickinson has been formally appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the royalties body.
    He has been acting in the role since the departure of Simon Lake in July 2018.
    Screenrights Chair Jill Bryant said, “After an extensive search, the Board considered James to be the best person to lead the organisation, and we’re delighted to announce his appointment. We fully support James’ vision for Screenrights over the coming years and look forward to worki
  • Airdate: Australia Day Live 2019

    The annual Australia Day Live concert will return to ABC this year from the Sydney Opera House Forecourt and Circular Quay.
    Jeremy Fernandez, John Foreman, Kate Ceberano and Luke Carroll will host with artists to include Ceberano, Yothu Yindi and the Treaty Project, Jon Stevens, Ricki-Lee Coulter, Anthony Callea, Karise Eden, Conrad Sewell, Josh Piterman, Harts, and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
    Acting Director of ABC Regional & Local, Judith Whelan said, “Australia Day Live comes fr
  • Airdate: New Amsterdam

    New US medical drama New Amsterdam premieres on Nine later this month.
    The NBC series stars Ryan Eggold as progressive doctor Max Goodwin at a public hospital and features Freema Agyeman (Doctor Who).
    Whilst reviews have not been glowing the series has had its first season extended to twenty-two episodes.
    This debuted in the US in September.
    New Amsterdam, inspired by the oldest public hospital in the United States, follows the charming and brilliant Dr Max Goodwin, the new medical directo
  • Axed: Channel Zero

    Syfy anthology series Channel Zero has been axed after 4 seasons.
    Creator Nick Antosca said on Instagram, “I loved making this show and I would have loved to do more… but I can’t complain too much about doing 4 stories I loved with people who I loved working with:
    “People like our writers, our actors, our extraordinary crew, the artists who contributed, our editors and post team, our composer Jeff Russo, our team at Syfy and UCP. And especially the four awesome director
  • Tuesday 15 January 2019

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    15/01/2019
    08/01/2019
    18/12/2018
    ABC
    9.8%
    11.9%
    12.2%
    ABC KIDS/COMEDY
    2.3%
    2.7%
    2.7%
    ABC ME
    0.7%
    0.8%
    0.7%
    ABC NEWS
    1.4%
    1.6%
    1.7%
    ABC Network
    14.3%
    17.0%
    17.3%
    Seven
    15.5%
    18.4%
    14.8%
    7TWO
    3.6%
    4.0%
    3.6%
    7mate
    3.0%
  • Bloom with a view

    Bloom may set its wild, imaginative story in a small Aussie country town but it has its sights set on the world.
    The 6 part series which dropped on New Year’s Day is winning rave reviews for its originality and boldness. According to CEO Mike Sneesby, the show was greenlight not just for what it offers dramatically, but for what it does for the company brand.
    “When we make something as a Stan Original we make it with the international market in mind,” he explains.
    “You&r
  • Vale: Carol Channing

    Legendary Broadway performer Carol Channing, who enjoyed a long career on stage & screen has died, aged 97.
    She died yesterday of natural causes at her home in California.
    “It is with extreme heartache, that I have to announce the passing of an original Industry Pioneer, Legend and Icon — Miss Carol Channing,” publicist B. Harlan Boll said.
    “Saying good-bye is one of the hardest things I have ever had to do, but I know that when I feel those uncontrollable urges to l
  • Today show down on first day with new team

    The curiosity factor for the new-look Today show was lacking on its first broadcast day from Melbourne yesterday.
    197,000 viewers tuned in across the 5 city metro -its lowest audience in a decade.
    Sunrise won the slot with 266,000 viewers while News Breakfast drew 137,000 (across ABC / ABC News).
    Sunrise won in all cities except Sydney, which was a victory for the new Nine line-up led by Georgie Gardner, Deborah Knight & Tom Steinfort.
    But in Melbourne & Adelaide Today trailed ABC. It w
  • Upcoming dramas in Screen Australia funding

    Previously-announced dramas at SBS, 10 and Nine are part of $7.5 million in production funding from Screen Australia.
    Hungry Ghosts, Halifax: Retribution and The Secret She Keeps are due later this year.
    “2018 was a remarkable year for Australian television with series including Mystery Road and Mr Inbetween proving popular with audiences here and overseas.” said Sally Caplan, Head of Content at Screen Australia. “In an increasingly busy marketplace it
  • Family Guy evolving its sense of humour

    Family Guy is moving with the times to “phase out” gay jokes.
    During its 17-season run, Family Guy has often targeted Stewie, the baby in the Griffin family, with gay jokes as part of a regular gag.
    Co-executive producers Alec Sulkin & Rich Appel were asked by TV Line about the shift in an episode where Peter Griffin met with Donald Trump.
    TV Line: Peter also told Trump that Family Guy has been “trying to phase out” gay jokes. Are you really?
    Sulkin: Kind of, yes. If
  • Tynte Street site is no more

    “Do not adjust your set… This lunar landscape in Tynte St is now all that’s left of Adelaide’s first TV station,” journalist Michael Smyth wrote on Twitter.
    NWS9 station had its final broadcast at Tynte Street in September 2015, followed a day later by the first transmission from the new street-level studios on Pirie Street.
    Over the decades the Tynte Street site has been home to local shows including Nine News, The Curiosity Show, The Country and Western Hou
  • Roswell, New Mexico.

    Liz returns to her small town home only to discover her teen crush has alien abilities. 8:30pm Wednesday on FOX8.Butterfly
    Law & Order: SVU
    Would I Lie to You?
    Ray Donovan
    Teachers
  • Monday 14 January 2019

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    14/01/2019
    07/01/2019
    17/12/2018
    ABC
    9.6%
    13.5%
    14.0%
    ABC KIDS/COMEDY
    2.1%
    2.9%
    2.3%
    ABC ME
    0.6%
    0.9%
    0.7%
    ABC NEWS
    1.1%
    1.5%
    1.5%
    ABC Network
    13.2%
    18.7%
    18.5%
    Seven
    16.4%
    18.5%
    22.0%
    7TWO
    4.7%
    4.9%
    2.5%
    7mate
    3.2%
    3
  • Eden Gaha: “I hated being famous”

    He was one of the most famous TV faces in the 1990s but Eden Gaha says he hated being famous, and longed to get behind the camera.
    But while pitching stories to TV execs didn’t get him very far, Gaha is now co-founder of his own production company Mother Media in the US doing deals with American networks.
    Gaha hosted music game show Vidiot for ABC in 1992 before being lured by Nine’s David Lyle for Animal Hospital. There he badgered Peter Meakin to report for A Current Affair‘
  • Rumour: Seven to hold back Home & Away for MKR?

    A sign of the competition ramping up no doubt, but TV Tonight hears whispers Seven may hold back Home and Away for several weeks in order to screen My Kitchen Rules at 7pm.
    That would give Seven the jump (presumably) on Married at First Sight returning at 7:30pm Monday January 28.
    Last year MAFS had several ratings wins over Seven’s long-running cooking contest. Would Nine consider holding back A Current Affair to go head to head…?
    It would also hit 10 hard which launched I’m
  • Lisa Squillace begins at 10 after legal tussle

    Former Seven director of program partnerships Lisa Squillace has now begun as 10’s new national sales director following a legal dispute over a non-compete period from Seven.
    Seven originally offered to reduce the non-compete period from six months to two, to begin at the end of her unpaid maternity leave period. Last month Seven was ordered to pay her nearly $70,000.
    In her new role, Squillace will be responsible for leading national sales activity, including overall sales responsibility
  • Spencer Gulf bulletin relocates production to Hobart

    7 Spencer Gulf news bulletin has re-branded its local news service from Southern Cross News to Nightly News on 7 Spencer Gulf and relocated production to Hobart.
    Local journalists will remain in the Spencer Gulf area.
    The change in name follows extension until 2021of SCA’s regional television affiliation agreement with the Seven Network. The affiliation agreement allows broadcast of Seven’s metropolitan free-to-air television content into the Tasmanian TV1, Darwin TV1, Remote Centra
  • Today show, “nice and happy”…

    Can anyone guess what ⁦@TJch9⁩ is saying as they come out of commercial break? pic.twitter.com/si9tHnLM6r
    — Peter Ford (@mrpford) January 14, 2019I guess Tony Jones could have been referring to anything come out of this break yesterday, but it sure feels like a directive to fellow cast members.
  • January 26 programming on SBS

    Violence
    Award-winning film Sweet Country will air on SBS and NITV on Saturday January 26 as part of a diverse and culturally rich day of content.
    SBS
    Marshall Heald, Director, Television and Online Content, SBS said, “Australia is one of the most multicultural nations in the world and SBS is uniquely placed to reflect what it means to be an Australian today. Our diverse and inclusive programing for 26 January will offer a range of different perspectives, providing audiences with an oppor
  • Velvet Buzzsaw: trailer

    Distressing scenes.
    A topline cast features in upcoming Netflix film Velvet Buzzsaw launching on Friday February 1st.
    It stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Toni Collette, John Malkovich, Zawe Ashton, Natalia Dyer, Tom Sturridge, Daveed Diggs, Billy Magnussen.
    Velvet Buzzsaw is a satirical thriller set in the contemporary art world scene of Los Angeles, where big money artists and mega-collectors pay a high price when art collides with commerce
    Directed and Written By: Dan GilroyProducer: Jennif
  • Valley of the Boom

    Strap in for a cheeky docudrama on the history of Silicon Valley. 8:30pm Tuesday on National Geographic.Foreign Correspondent
    Silent Witness
    My Kitchen Rules 10th Anniversary special
    NCIS: Los Angeles
    Fake or Fortune?
  • Sunday 13 January 2019

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    Consolidated 28
    13/01/2019
    06/01/2019
    16/12/2018
    ABC
    10.9%
    11.1%
    11.6%
    ABC KIDS/COMEDY
    2.4%
    3.1%
    2.3%
    ABC ME
    0.7%
    0.8%
    0.9%
    ABC NEWS
    1.0%
    1.0%
    1.7%
    ABC Network
    15.0%
    15.9%
    16.5%
    Seven
    18.4%
    20.3%
    19.5%
    7TWO
    2.9%
    3.4%
    2.8%
    7mate
    3.3%
  • 10 reveals I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here cast

    10 has revealed their first cast members for I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, all of which had been tipped by various press and observers this year.
    Night one included snakes, scorpions, powder bombs and some celebs struggling to recognise one another…
    Gone were the skydiving entrances as the cast simply strode into a South African resort.
    Former politician Jacqui Lambie stood out from the pack with her unbridled, occasionally uncouth, personality, tackling ex-collgeaue Sam Dast
  • Summer of sport continues

    News and Sport continue to dominate summer TV ratings, falling in Seven’s favour.
    Seven News Sunday was the top show of the week at 910,000 viewers. The Big Bash League drew up to 611,000 viewers for Seven.
    The top rating scripted title did not enter the list until #26 as ABC’s Death in Paradise on 512,000.
    Things should change with both the Australian Open and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here entering the fray this week.
    Network:Seven: 30.0Nine: 27.3ABC: 17.510: 16.1SBS: 9.
  • ABC site deletes Guthrie, Milne.

    Before
    It’s taken some months but ABC has now deleted all imagery of former managing director Michelle Guthrie and former chairman Justin Milne from its website ABC Future.
    The site outlines key advocacy for the public broadcaster and topics such as independence, budget cuts and competition.Before
    Until this week it still hosted pictures of its former boss and chairman whose infamous feud was voted the Story of the Year by TV Tonight readers.
    Now they are replaced with generic corporate i
  • Returning: Show Me the Movie!

    Season 2 of cinema quiz Show Me the Movie will screen on 10 from Friday February 8 with Rove McManus & Joel Creasey.
    This year the always-delightful Brooke Satchwell replaces Jane Harber as a team captain.
    It isn’t clear if the Friday slot means changes for The Living Room, perhaps delayed while Dr. Chris Brown & Amanda Keller juggle other TV commitments.
    The Golden Globes have come and gone, Oscar nominations are due to be released any day now, and the box office queues are
  • Returning: Hughesy, We Have A Problem.

    Hughesy, We Have a Problem (not to be confused with its various other misnomers) returns to 10 for its second season later this month.
    First guests are Celia Pacquola, Tommy Little, Kate Langbroek and Sam Simmons.
    Dropped the ball on your new year’s resolution already? Your friend can’t quite nail the right shot for your Instagram? Your housemate isn’t picking up on your not-so-subtle cleaning hints? Well never fear, because Hughesy is here. He’s back to solve all y
  • Airdate: Valley of the Boom

    National Geographic screens a cheeky docudrama Valley of the Boom that charts the history of Silicon Valley.
    This is a 6 part series that will screen with double eps across 3 weeks.
    From the explosive rise of Silicon Valley in the 90s through the 2001 dot-com bust, Valley of the Boom charts the rise, fall and rebirth of tech as we’ve come to know it. The development of the World Wide Web saw creativity and innovation collide with unlimited potential as Wall Street and venture capital
  • Saturday 12 January 2019

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    Saturday
    Date:
    12/01/2019
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    FTA SHR %
    ABC
    12.0
    ABC KIDS / COMEDY
    3.5
    ABC ME
    0.6
    ABC NEWS
    1.7
    ABC Network
    17.7
    Seven
    15.7
    7TWO
    4.8
    7mate
    4.6
    7flix
    3.2
    7FoodNetwork
    0.9
    Seven Network29.2
    Nine
    20.5
    9GO!
    5.5
    9Gem
    4.3
    9Life
    3.9
    Nine Network34.1
    10
    5.8
    10 Bold
    2.1
    10 Peach
    3.3
  • TVT Awards: ….most bizarre responses

    The Cash Cow is TV’s Most Underrated Performer and there should be more Bull Fighting on TV.
    At least that’s according to some of the more colourful votes submitted to the TV Tonight Awards.
    Some readers were stuck in the past, some made amusing typos (especially for Waleed Aly) and some just couldn’t get Dave Hughes’ latest show by its correct title.
    Here’s a snapshot of some of the more wild votes that came in this year:
    Best Australian Drama
    Cop ShopSkywaysLittl
  • New US drama for Travis Fimmel

    Aussie Travis Fimmel (Vikings) has landed a new US sci-fi drama Raised by Wolves for cable network TNT.
    Fimmel will play an android named Father who, along with a female android named Mother, is charged with raising human children on a new planet. “As the burgeoning colony of humans threatens to be torn apart by religious differences, the androids learn that controlling the beliefs of humans is a treacherous and difficult task,” the description notes.
    Ridley Scott (Alien, Blade Runn
  • Airdate: Silent Comedy

    Silent Comedy trailer #2
    Silent Comedy trailer #2See the full 1 hour TV special at 10pm, 14th January 2019 on Channel 31!
    Posted by Silent Comedy on Thursday, January 10, 2019
    Back in June Channel 31 comedy special Silent Comedy managed to get retweeted by Russell Crowe, when it was looking for performers.
    The finished product, directed by longtime director Nicholas Bufalo, airs on Monday.
    RMITV & Short Game Productions presents Silent Comedy, a 1 hour TV special featuring Australia’s
  • Airdate: Russian Doll

    Language
    Russian Doll launches globally on February 1
    It follows a young woman named Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) on her journey as the guest of honour at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York City.
    Russian Doll is co-created by Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland, who all serve as executive producers, with Headland and Lyonne as writers for the series. Additional cast include Greta Lee (“KTown”), Yul Vazquez (“Captain Phillips”), Tony Award-winner El
  • Justice Crew: Australia’s Got Talent did it better

    Justice Crew last week got a standing ovation on America’s Got Talent: The Champions (ok, most acts did too) but did not proceed to the Final to join the likes of Susan Boyle.
    I once told a Seven exec I reckon they are a success story worthy of more… multicultural, self-trained, giving classes to underprivileged kids…. there’s a good yarn in there.
    But for my money the Australia’s Got Talent performance was better than the America’s Got Talent showcase. Bac
  • Friday 11 January 2019

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    Date:
    11/01/2019
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    FTA SHR %
    ABC
    13.8
    ABC KIDS / COMEDY
    2.7
    ABC ME
    0.8
    ABC NEWS
    1.6
    ABC Network
    18.9
    Seven
    18.3
    7TWO
    2.9
    7mate
    5.8
    7flix
    2.6
    7FoodNetwork
    0.6
    Seven Network30.2
    Nine
    16.9
    9GO!
    2.9
    9Gem
    2.8
    9Life
    2.4
    Nine Network25.0
    10
    9.3
    10 Bold
    2.9
    10 Peach
    2.4
    N
  • Renewed: Final season for Criminal Minds

    Criminal Minds has been renewed for a fifteenth and final season, expected to begin later this year.
    The final 10 episodes will be shot back-to-back with the Season 14 episodes currently in production. With the final 10 episodes, the show will have aired 325 episodes when it ends its run, making it one of the longest-running shows in US television history.
    It currently stars Joe Mantegna, Paget Brewster, Matthew Gray Gubler, A.J. Cook, Aisha Tyler, Kirsten Vangsness, Adam Rodriguez, and Daniel
  • 10 makes new Publicity appointments

    Network 10 has appointed Sarah Johnson as Head of Publicity, responsible for leading national publicity for 10’s shows and talent.
    Johnson (pictured centre) has been with 10 for 8 years and also worked at Endemol Shine Australia and XYZ Networks.
    In recent months she has shared the national publicity manager with former Head of Publicity, Catherine Donovan, who relocated to Brisbane.
    Donovan (pictured left) becomes Head of PR strategy and events, responsible for strategic PR initiatives a

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