Latest Podcasts

Three new podcast this week:

Podcast 58/2014: Fashion Bloggers
As it launched on Style last week, we talk to executive producer Philippa Whitfield Pomeranz about her new series looking into the exciting world of Fashion Bloggers, Margaret Zhang from Shine By Three, Mandy Shadforth from Oracle Fox, Sara Donaldson from Harper & Harley, Zanita Whittington from Zanita and Kate Waterhouse.

Podcast 59/2014: Big Brother EPs
During our visit to the Gold Coast and the Big Brother house, we talked to the executive producers representing Nine – Karen Dewey – and Endemol – Alex Mavroidakis. They explained their shared vision and what they argue about!

Podcast 60/2014:
Television critics

Everyone's a critic – but we have three of the best. Entertainment reporters Peter Ford, Luke Dennehy and David Knox talk about The Bachelor, Big Brother, Foxtel price cuts and more in a short but sharp TV podcast.

Podcast 61/2014: The Embassy
One of the most exciting ob docs this year will be Nine's The Embassy launching this Sunday night. The series is a project from Laurie Critchley's Southern Pictures and Craig Graham's Fredbird. James Manning and Brenden Wood speak with Critchley about the challenges of getting inside the Australian Embassy in Bangkok and the thrill of flying a drone across the Thailand capital.

Listen to the podcasts online here or download on iTunes.

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Monday
Mar262012

Nine launches EXTRA on Channel 94

Nine Network Australia has launched a new free to air channel EXTRA on Channel 94 from today, March 26.
An advertiser based channel EXTRA will feature programs created by advertisers across a range of categories from home shopping, brand funded, religious, community, educational and multi-cultural programming.
"Direct Response advertising is proving to be of more and more interest to our clients and by launching this new channel, EXTRA, we can provide advertisers with opportunities to specifically target their audience,’ said Jeffrey Browne, Managing Director, Nine Network.
EXTRA will be on Channel 94 in eastern seaboard metropolitan markets and 84 in NBN regional areas.
Programs screened on EXTRA will be paid for by advertisers and the channel will not be surveyed as part of the regular OzTAM ratings service.
Source: Nine Network
Source: Audit Bureau of Circulations