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The 2012-13 Annual Report for the Australian Children’s Television Foundation is now online.
This laugh-out-loud comedy has returned for a second series of hilarious sketches.
You're Skitting Me - Series 2 airs 6.05pm Saturdays on ABC3. It was launched at MIPCOM in October.
Join Handball Heroes for an action-packed quest to find the best handball moves from 20 kids around Australia!
Showing Saturdays 4.35pm and Sundays 5.25pm on ABC3.
Four teenage boys discover they're stuck in a parallel world into which they were never born.
The series tracks their quest to find out what happened to them and how they can return home.
Now showing on ABC3.
World Animal Championships
Hold on to your whiskers, WAC! World Animal Championships is now showing on ABC3.
This fast-paced, fact-packed show for inquisitive kids airs Sundays at 3.35pm.
Double Trouble is a light-hearted comedy drama about twins who were separated at birth, yet one day find themselves face to face.
It is showing 7.30pm Sundays on NITV.
Now on Go!
Lockie Leonard - Series 2 is currently showing on Go!
Go! is Nine’s digital channel for the young at heart.
It is showing Saturdays at 12pm.
Issues In Australian Children’s Television
Screen Australia has released new research looking at how children engage with screen content and the challenges involved in financing, producing and scheduling children’s programs.
ACTF children's programs are shown in more than 100 countries around the world. Our respected and popular shows appeal to children from many different cultures and backgrounds.
To learn more visit Worldwide Program Sales to browse the entire catalogue and meet our team – and visit us in person at MIPTV, MIPCOM and the Asia TV Forum each year.
Media and television are important teaching tools. Our education team works closely with educators to produce an extensive range of teaching resources.
The ACTF is committed to providing Australian children with entertaining media made especially for them.
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