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'TV TALKS' A FREE NETWORKING EVENT FOR THE TV INDUSTRY

TV TALKS is an opportunity to watch, listen and laugh along with a panel of engaging TV industry guests who talk about TV 'stuff' for TV 'people' complemented with some good, old-fashioned networking afterwards!

  • First Tuesday of the month, February through to November.
  • All welcome - however places are limited and RSVP is essential
  • To be placed on the invite list please email tvtalks@aftrs.edu.au
  • You can RSVP to the current event by clicking on the following link and registering your details through Eventbrite: www.tv-talks.eventbrite.com.au

COMING UP: TUESDAY JUNE 2: 6PM

THE WATERCOOLER EFFECT

Network Seven ended 2014 as the number one network for the 8th year in a row (in Total People and Weeks Won) and is still consistently kicking goals in 2015 with its crowd pleasing Reality shows MKR and House Rules, programming stalwarts Home and Away, Sunrise and Better Homes and Gardens, not to mention their AFL broadcasts and popular dramas like Catching Milat, How To Get Away with Murder and Winners and Losers. Behind the scenes of this massive success story are two people: Director of Production, Brad Lyons and Director of Programming, Angus Ross. This month at TV Talks we’ll get the chance to meet Angus and look into the “Dark Art” of programming a commercial TV network in Australia today. We’ll also explore his personal back story, his thoughts about the power of the “Watercooler Effect” and take look into the crystal ball called “The Future of TV” with him.

Guests:

  • Angus Ross: Director of Network Programming, Seven Network

MC:

  • Denise Eriksen

Guest Bios:

Angus Ross, Director of Programming of the Seven Network, is responsible for the programming of its three channels - Seven, 7TWO and 7mate – all of which have dominated the TV ratings over the last eight years. In his role, Angus works closely with Director of Production, Brad Lyons, as part of the new program development group.  Angus’ various roles at the Seven Network have included: Head of Scheduling and Acquisitions; Sydney Program Manager; Daytime Programmer and Head of Research.

Prior to joining Seven, Angus worked for two years as a consultant for television research group Audience Development Australia. Adelaide-raised, Angus graduated from the University of South Australia in 1993 with a Bachelor of Business, majoring in Marketing.


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