Members of the key 18-to-34 demographic finds the format stale, the hosts unrelatable and the topics patronizing.
The arrival of streaming platforms hasn’t been the silver bullet to solve timely release of content for Australian audiences.
Some viewers purposefully seek out spoilers, others skip scenes with characters they don’t like. The advent of streaming has made viewers more actives and producers should take note.
Streaming platforms have introduced to thousands of hyper-specific categories and genres that shape our tastes.
With pricing flexibility, the ability to capture data on viewers and the promise of attracting new subscribers, film premieres on streaming services are a no-brainer for studio executives.
The Olympics are usually profitable for broadcasters and show off the future possibilities of media technologies.
Director Barry Jenkins’ delicate dance with beauty and suffering seeks to create a fuller picture of the world Black Americans – then and now – inhabit.
Lockdown increased the appetite for on-demand viewing.
Anaïs Nin’s erotica gets a 2020 update in this new television series.
Hamilton – soon to stream as a film – has been hailed as radical. But it’s true to the traditions of the American musical – the pursuit of truth, freedom and the American dream.
Social distancing forced most film and television production into shutdown. But a new batch of screen content shows the virtues of bricolage culture - tinkering with what’s available.
There’s never been so much to watch, but not everyone is able to tune in.
Whether you’re home sick or sick of being at home, our 13 experts have picked excellent things you can read, watch, look at or listen to.
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.
When cinemas closed down, Huanxi Media Group turned a crisis into an opportunity.
In his Golden Globes acceptance speech, Parasite director Bong Joon-ho teased audiences about their unwillingness to watch subtitled films, highlighting the anglo-centric culture of film
Netflix’s competitors are multiplying, and they’re ambitious. After Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, and a dozen others, Disney+ has lauched, and Netflix is clearly in the crossehairs.
Although some have dubbed the flurry of new video services coming out as a ‘streaming war,’ the reality is very different.
Giants like Disney and NBCUniversal have been locked in the horns of a business problem known as the innovator’s dilemma.
Sky’s true crime channel is feeding a ‘desktop detective’ culture.