Tag: Studio 10

Ten puts Wake Up to sleep, axes news jobs

Network Ten‘s hopes of entering the breakfast TV market have been dashed for a second time, with Wake Up to make its final appearance this Friday. Also to finish up at the end of the week are Ten’s early, morning and late news bulletins. As many as 150 jobs are expected to be cut following a …

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Adam Boland quits Ten

Network Ten‘s Director of Morning Television, Adam Boland has resigned from the role citing ill health. His resignation comes less than a year after joining the network and three months after the launch of his program initiatives, Wake Up and Studio 10. Since the two programs launched in November Boland has had to take leave …

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The year that was… and the year ahead

And so brings to an end another year as the calendar clicks over from 2013 to 2014. It was a year that marked some historical milestones: 25 years since Australia Live, the launch of Imparja Television, The Comedy Company and World Expo 88 and Graham Kennedy‘s return to the Nine Network. It was 40 years …

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Home And Away tops Studio 10 poll

Long-running soap Home And Away has topped a poll of Studio 10 viewers and TV Week readers for their Top 25 shows of all time. The show’s overall ranking is reflective of its overall popularity across multiple generations and is still a strong ratings performer for Seven after almost 26 years. Other Australian shows to …

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Early shake up for Wake Up

Less than three weeks since its launch, Network Ten‘s Wake Up has made a change to its line-up with the removal of Natasha Exelby (pictured) from the program. No announcement has been made regarding a replacement third co-host to sit beside Natarsha Belling and James Mathison. The network announced the decision in a statement issued this …

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The battle for breakfast, 1960s style

Much has been written in the press and online about Ten‘s expensive new morning TV ventures Wake Up (pictured) and Studio 10. Huge amounts have been spent on infrastructure, particularly for Wake Up‘s custom-built studio in Manly, and big names like Ita Buttrose. Interesting to note, however, that this is far from the first time that …

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Ten to launch Wake Up and Studio 10 on 4 November

Network Ten has announced Monday 4 November as the launch date for its new morning line-up, the bold initiative from former Sunrise producer Adam Boland. The schedule starts at 5.30am with an early edition of Ten Eyewitness News presented by Matt Doran, Magdalena Roze and Scott Mackinnon. The new breakfast program Wake Up, hosted by James …

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Ten’s an Eyewitness again

The Ten Network has unveiled a relaunch of its news service with the Ten Eyewitness News brand being revived after being ditched almost 20 years ago. The Eyewitness News title was synonymous with Ten during the 1970s and 1980s — initially in Sydney and Melbourne and later expanded to Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth — but …

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