During our current bout of collective trauma, many of our coping strategies have mimicked the ways Americans responded to the Kennedy assassination.
Television series Stateless examines our treatment of asylum seekers through 'people like us'. It also highlights how far conditions for people transferred to offshore detention have deteriorated.
With commercial broadcasters threatening to thumb their noses at local content quotas, it's time government finds new tools appropriate for the 21st century television environment.
A growing interest in plastic surgery reflects growing ideas that 'fixing' your body will fix your life.
As his Star Wars television character enjoys a social media moment, Baby Yoda is creating massive marketing clout that will benefit his Disney masters.
Blade Runner's vision of the future didn't quite eventuate. Current TV shows such as Years and Years and Black Mirror explore more extreme versions of the present.
Clive James will be remembered for his dry wit, distinctive voice and his unlikely yet hugely appealing screen presence.
This election season, the public is closely watching how social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are handling political ads.
The African Cup of Nations is the continent's premier soccer tournament - but it's not being broadcast on TV as usual. Behind the blackout is a tale of court rulings and sour deals.
A media historian uses declassified government documents to show how both sides of the Iron Curtain worked to have the projects canned.
A first look at the new series of The Crown finds a changing of the guard, with a fresh cast. Increasingly, in this series, the public hold Elizabeth and the royal family more accountable.
Hit television show The Masked Singer encourages us to hone our listening skills. In fact, the voice gives us clues about emotion and identity every day.
The first public television broadcast took place on September 30, 1929. The world would never be the same again.
Since 'Friends' premiered 25 years ago, both the television industry and the sitcom genre have undergone huge transformations.
Authorities are struggling to deal with the unimaginable scale of online abuse – and young people are suffering as a result.
Over the past decade, more teens have attempted suicide. The trend has vexed researchers, but it's that much more difficult to determine whether a fictional TV show has had any role.
Lucy is a millennial having a quarter-life crisis. In Content, a new kind of TV using the selfie as a camera technique, we view her life as it is reflected back at her through her phone screen.
Demands for regulation of media violence reached a fever pitch after RFK's assassination, and networks scrambled to insert more kid-friendly fare into their lineups. Enter: the Mystery Machine.
Zombie TV shows are reboots with the same casts and locations. Seachange is the zombie virus's latest victim but the zeitgeist has moved on and the show's comic tone grates.
Are our interests shifting away from film and towards TV series? As media changes, is there even a difference between TV and film?