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Creator of dragons meets sculptor of paper as judges are announced for MAKING IT AUSTRALIA

The judges for Ten's Making It Australia have been announced as Deborah Riley and Benja Harney. Deborah was most famously the head of art department on Game of Thrones and has won four Emmy Awards. Benja has created paper constructions for brands such as Google and Nike, and musicians like Kylie Minogue and Sia.

Foxtel and Kayo return dedicated Women’s Sport Channel FOXW this April

FOX SPORTS celebrates women’s sport in April dedicated to showcasing the best in Australian and international women’s elite sport, all in one place, with the return of FOXW, a dedicated pop-up channel featuring live women’s sports, documentaries and specials.

OPTUS SPORT to showcase South America’s premier football event, COPA AMÉRICA, 2021 and 2024

Beginning in June, Optus Sport will air Copa America, South America's premier football event, as part of their ongoing investment in international football. They have also acquired the rights for the 2024 tournament.

Seven’s GOOD FRIDAY APPEAL celebrates 90 years with PETER MITCHELL, NATALIE BARR, and more!

Seven's Good Friday Appeal, raising money for the Royal Children's Hospital, is returning this Friday for the 90th year. Hosted by Peter Mitchell, Jane Bunn, Natalie Barr, Mike Amor, and Jacqui Felgate, and beginning at midday AEDT, the day will include the AFL, and a night show with live music from some of Australia's best artists, to raise vital funds.

New Nine CEO MIKE SNEESBY responds to crippling Cyber-Attack

In what can only be described as a ‘Baptism By Fire’, freshly appointed Nine CEO Mike Sneesby has been forced to respond to one of worst corporate cyber-attacks in Australian history.

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