Child's play at the ABC

Bulbeck, Pip
February 2008
Inside Film;Feb2008, Issue 106, p12
The article reports that Tim Brook- Hunt, newly appointed head of children's ABCTV, is pushing through with his plans for the channel. It is indicated that Stephen Conroy, the new Communications Minister, is still awaiting for the $83 million for funding the new kids channel. Brook-Hunt wants to have a new program for children aged 8 and above. He is going to introduce fun shows such as CBBC's game-based show "The Slammer" and inventor/game show "Beat The Boss."


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