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After the sad news that Channel 10 has dropped its morning TV show, Rob, Robbo and Abbey share their memories of working on the now-defunct program | S08E37

In this episode:

  • 2.19 – Our reaction to the axing of Studio 10
  • 17.49 – Channel 10 set for its worst ratings year – EVER!
  • 27.07 – FOXTEL upset over plans to give the free-to-air networks ‘prominence’ on smart TVs
  • 39.11 – Now that Upfront season is over, we share our thoughts on what is on offer for 2024
  • 41.56 – TV Bingebox

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Robert McKnight
Robert McKnighthttps://tvblackbox.com.au/robert-mcknight/
"Leading TV commentator" - The Daily Telegraph | "Known for his impeccable sources in the TV industry" - The Daily Mail | "Always first with the correct info" - Beau Ryan | Robert McKnight is a highly regarded Australian Television Producer having worked at SEVEN, NINE and TEN during his 25 years in the industry. Publicly he is most well-known for creating and producing STUDIO 10 but has worked on SUNRISE, THE MORNING SHOW plus other prime time productions in addition to creating award-winning news campaigns for both 7NEWS and 9NEWS. Currently, Rob is the host and producer of the TV BLACKBOX, MCKNIGHT TONIGHT and MONSTERS WHO MURDER podcast, and executive producer of AFTERNOONS WITH SOFIE FORMICA on radio station 4BC
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  1. I listened. I have been wondering if Free To Air TV wasn’t slowly rendering itself redundant. So I believe Molk had a point particularly with regards to Channel 10 which puts and awful lot of energy into advertising Paramount+ content. I don’t believe any other network does this. I can’t help but feel that a large chuck of Channel 10’s ad revenue is from itself.
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    Studio 10, the little show that could doesn’t deliver like it used to. It became very vanilla. I don’t understand why you would take something that is working and seek to destroy it. People are taking issue with one of the hosts. One member seems to be regularly subjected to content that is embarrassing because it doesn’t work. Spontaneity is something that audiences dearly miss. Also, the varied points of view have narrowed. It is a real shame. There are still core viewers engaging with the show only to provide feedback that’s being ignored. I can’t imagine what it will be replaced with.

  2. Better to re-run old episodes of “I Love Lucy” nobody watches breakfast tv anymore apart from retirees or people in nursing homes. So much money wasted on it, it isn’t the 80s/90s anymore.

    What’s the average rate for a 30sec in the morning 200/400 bucks lol

    YouTube and consumption of the internet took over.

    The studio executives were more than fair to flog that horse long enough.

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