Nicky Morgan recently hinted at changes to the BBC's funding model. But can the UK's public broadcaster compete with the likes of Netflix?
An increasing amount of the BBC's content comes via collaborations with international production houses.
Sky’s true crime channel is feeding a ‘desktop detective’ culture.
Movie studios are launching their own streaming apps but record labels aren’t about to do the same.
Since 'Friends' premiered 25 years ago, both the television industry and the sitcom genre have undergone huge transformations.
Even though a Crave produced film has become the first ever Canadian documentary to open TIFF, video streaming services like Netflix raises challenges for filmmakers looking for domestic audiences.
Are our interests shifting away from film and towards TV series? As media changes, is there even a difference between TV and film?
Giving a movie subtitles or dubbing it into multiple languages makes commercial and cultural sense, but the process can be riddled with potential pitfalls.
Netflix may be inching closer to becoming a “local” media company, with an increased presence in our small but profitable national market. Will this lead to more locally-made content?
More than a third of Australians say they would prioritise a subscription for a video streaming service, such as Netflix, over a subscription for online news.
Vudu, Apple TV+, Disney +, NBC Universal: there's going to be a lot of blood on the carpet.
Although a US study found a spike in teen suicides after 13 Reasons Why first aired on Netflix, rates of suicide are generally on the rise. The last thing we should do is shy away from the show.
Something about Netflix's business model just doesn't add up – unless you look at the streaming service as a massive data collection company.
There is no writer working today with better grasp of the contemporary Australian vernacular.
Consumption has become the primary form of self-identity and self-expression.
When you buy a film, eBook or song, you might assume that you own it outright, but that's not always the case, meaning companies may have a right to take it back from you.
Netflix's new high-budget nature documentary promised to reveal both the splendour of the natural world, and the pressing threats it faces.
As Netflix plans additional choose-your-own-adventure TV movies, a game designer explains how they're made and the long history of audience-directed fiction.
Psychologists are debating whether the presence of one trait – boldness – is the key to determining if someone is a psychopath, or just a garden-variety criminal.
Half a century of British classic television available online? Sounds good, but will it be enough to take on the Netflix juggernaut?