ABC plans to replace Chaser's Media Circus with cat videos

The Chaser's Media Circus will return for a second season on September 10.

However, according to a statement from ABC TV, management has confirmed it hopes to replace the second series with cat videos.

.As soon as we can find enough left wing cats who instinctively hate Australia, they.ll be replaced,. said an ABC representative.

The game show about the news is hosted by Craig Reucassel with Fake Fact Checker Chas Licciardello.

It is produced by the creative team behind The Chaser and The Checkout, including Ben Jenkins, Zoë Norton Lodge, Scott Abbot, Andrew Hansen and Julian Morrow.

"ABC management confirmed that for the second series the show has been moved out of the news division to allow it to be more biased and have less rigorous vetting of the studio audience," according to a statement.

Filmed in front of a live audience each week shortly before broadcast, The Chaser
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Ellen Fanning to fill in as presenter of Rn Breakfast program

Series of shuffles at ABC will see Fran Kelly host Insiders while Barrie Cassidy is on long-service leave

Ellen Fanning is to fill in for Fran Kelly on the ABCs popular national radio program Breakfast while Kelly is hosting Barrie Cassidys Insiders on ABC TV.

Cassidy is taking long-service leave later this month and Kelly will take over his role on the political talk show until June.
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Seal more scared of social media influence on kids than drugs

Melbourne, Jun 25: Seal has said that he is more concerned about the impact of social media on his children today than the lure of illicit drugs.

The British singer and father of four told Ellen Fanning's Sbs series, 'The Observer Effect', while "drugs have always been here" the new challenge for parents was protecting their kids from the "recklessness" and "harmful rhetoric" of anonymous online trolls, reported.

In a compelling interview recorded last week after his Twitter rant about Joel Madden's hotel drug raid, Seal said while he warned his kids drugs weren't "something that you should be dabbling in," he was.
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Sbs commissions long-form interview series to be hosted by Ellen Fanning

Australian journalist Ellen Fanning will host a new interview series, The Observer Effect, which has been commissioned by the Sbs, it was announced today. The 20x60-minute series, produced by Shine Australia, will be broadcast from June 2, 2013 and will invite high-profile Australians to offer their personal opinions on the news and current affairs of that week. In a statement released by the Sbs, the broadcaster stated, .By viewing news and events through the eyes of .the observer., the audience will get to know who they are beyond the 24 hour news headlines - whether politician, author, journalist, business leader, academic or philosopher.. Sbs Managing Director Michael Ebeid said, .Through The Observer Effect, we wanted to create a show that would continue to build on Sbs's reputation for content which provokes debate by bringing audiences a fresh and edgy take on the issues Australians are talking about, and gives them a new
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Trailer For Elle Fanning's New Film Ginger & Rosa

Ellen Fanning (Super 8, We Bought A Zoo) has become a great young actress, and it looks like she's getting even better. She's actually become a more sought after actress than her older sister Dakota Fanning who's resorted to taking a small part in the Twilight franchise.

A theatrical trailer has been released for her new drama called Ginger & Rosa, which is set in 1960s London. The story centers on two teenage girls whose friendship is tested during the Cold War. The movie also stars Alice Englert, Christina Hendricks, and Annette Bening.

This looks like a solid movie with some great performances. Here's the synopsis:

London,1962. Two teenage girls – Ginger & Rosa – are inseparable. They skip school together, talk about love, religion and politics and dream of lives bigger than their mothers’ domesticity. But the growing threat of nuclear war casts a shadow over their lives. Ginger (Elle Fanning) is drawn to poetry and protest,
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