November 2008
Inside Film;Nov2008, Issue 115, p12
The article focuses on the challenge for Australian producers to deliver the demand of broadcasters for newer, more innovative content in children's television (TV). Based on data from Screen Australia's Annual National Production Survey, an estimate of 109 hours, more than 13 children's TV programs and worth $61 million were made during 2006/2007. It cites the launch of BBC branded pre-school channel CBeebies on November 1, 2008 and the premiere of "Escape From Scorpion Island" on November 3 at ABC Kids.


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