Loyalty! | TV Blackbox S04E31


Does loyalty exist in the TV industry any more?

It’s a topic that will divide our team as we look at the changing landscape of the industry.

Each week the TV Blackbox team take you behind the scenes, wade through the PR spin and launch into the reality that is the Australian television business.

Plus there are plenty of other topics for as to fire up over:

  • 2.20 – SBS refuses to help the ABC
  • 9.27 – Hot Seat gaffe gives contestants a second chance at a million dollars
  • 13.38 – 10 Shake gets off to a… well, shaky start
  • 17.50 – Wk 40 ratings wrap
  • 27.34 – AACTA awards go lowbrow
  • 29.38 – Check the tape or let an F bomb go to air!
  • 32.58 – Hatches & Dispatches
  • 35.06 – BIG ISSUE: Does loyalty exist in the TV industry any more?
  • 52.26 – TV Blackvault (with no silly sounds)

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Steve Molk
Steve Molk is sharply focused on the business of TV in Australia across all its formats - FTA broadcast, commercial, subscription, catch up & SVOD. Based on the Central Coast of NSW he's a passionate advocate for Australian-made programming, particularly drama and comedy. He loves podcasting, gaming & watching too much TV. For all media enquiries please call or text 0401-709-405



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