May 2008
Inside Film;May2008, Issue 109, p013
This section offers news briefs in the entertainment industry in Australia. An online preview of drama series "Canal Road" can be viewed for free, offered by the Nine Network and Ninemsn. The staff of ABC is a preparing layoffs following the confirmation by Mark Scott that there would be employment excesses when the restructuring of television production capabilities is undertaken. Southern Star, led by producers Tim Toni and Karina Holden, has been consolidated with the company's natural history and science division in Great Britain.


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