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OPINION: UK cop shows are my guilty pleasure: I can't turn one off when it's on. I'm compelled by my innate nosiness and love of cosiness to find out how it ends.
Podcasts might appear to occupy a peculiar little corner of the media ecosystem, but in the last year more and more pods are being adapted for TV and film.
TVNZ chief executive Kevin Kenrick has had his pay bumped up to $1.43 million, thanks to big bonuses and higher holiday pay.
REVIEW: Facebook has changed many things about our world. Here's one small example: about eight years ago, a Californian dermatologist named Sandra Lee began posting videos online of her work.
Psychologist John Aiken is one of three matchmakers using science and psychology to match up strangers on the hit TV show Married at First Sight Australia.
I recently travelled to Sydney in an aircraft so small it'd been taken off the Hokitika to Westport run. Great flight, good service but too cramped. I'm sure I heard the cabin crew recommend you stow your legs in the overhead locker.
This story was originally published by New Zealand Woman's Weekly and is republished with permission
FBI, a new drama about the inside workings of America's domestic intelligence service, is the realisation of a long-held ambition for creator/producer Dick Wolf.
The hit action series Strike Back returns for a sixth season with a complete reboot. The show initially starred Philip Winchester and Sullivan Stapleton as members of Section 20, a black ops team that fights criminal and terrorist activity around the world. That group was disbanded and the new one now includes Aussie star Daniel MacPherson, who started out as Joel Samuels on Neighbours. The actor talks about his next big adventure.
Netflix is raising its US prices by 13 to 18 per cent, its biggest increase since the company launched its video streaming service 12 years ago.
She specialises in the comedy of anxiety, the kind that makes you want to hide behind your hands as you watch.