Televised Revolution

Televised Revolution “What Is The Value Of The ABC?” (Ep 367)

The ABC is under threat. The government are looking to cut funding, while The Australian are seeking to set the news agenda –  waging war against the organisation and its staff. Despite this, the public love the ABC. Ratings are

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Televised Revolution – “Short Run & Forgotten TV” (Ep 366)

We’re familiar with the ‘Brilliant, But Cancelled’ moniker attached to those great TV shows that never found an audience and were quickly cancelled. But not every short-lived show was brilliant. What about those short-lived shows that may not have been all

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Televised Revolution – Long Running TV Shows (Ep 365)

With this weeks episode, Televised Revolution officially becomes the longest-running Australian podcast dedicated to the general discussion of TV and TV cultures. It’s quite an achievement in perseverance. With this milestone reached, it seemed apt that on this weeks show

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Televised Revolution – TV Detective Shows (Ep 364)

Inspired by reading the book Inherent Vice and excited for the upcoming PT Anderson film, Dan has gotten excited about detective stories. Detectives have had a long, storied past on TV. What makes for a great TV detective show and

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Televised Revolution – Slow Jammin’ The News (Ep 363)

As always the Televised Revolution panel discuss the TV news of the week, including: iiNet provide real-time TV ratings. TPG to launch an IPTV product, powered by Foxtel. Netflix’s vision for 2020. Gangbuster AFL grand final ratings. Netflix to co-distribute a

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Televised Revolution – “Why That Genre?” (Ep 362)

Comic book movies have dominated cinemas for the past decade with no end in sight. TV has embraced the genre, with no less than four series based on comics launching in this coming TV season with many others in development

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Televised Revolution Podcast – Playing Doctors & Nurses (Ep 361)

For as long as there has been television, cop shows and medical shows have ruled the medium. It makes sense, with both genres lending themselves very well to real, tangible human drama. This week on the podcast we examine the

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Televised Revolution Podcast – Episode 360

It’s a big week for news at Televised Revolution. The panel discuss: *FreeviewPlus launches – Did it meet expectation? *Foxtel radically change their price plans. Is it as radical as claimed? *Sky News to launch across Asia to replace the

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The Couch – Interview w/ Devil’s Playground Star Simon Burke

Foxtel are launching a very unusual TV series on their Showcase channel called “Devil’s Playground”. Serving as a continuation of the 1976 Fred Schepsi film “The Devil’s Playground”, the film continues telling the story of the films boy protagonist who

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Televised Revolution Podcast – FreeviewPlus Launch (Ep 359)

On this special edition Televised Revolution podcast Dan Barrett reports live from the FreeviewPlus launch in Sydney on Tuesday 02 September 2014. He interviews the General Manager of Freeview Liz Ross about the development and future of the FreeviewPlus platform,

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