Michael Lallo is an entertainment reporter for The Age. Michael joined The Age in 2006 as a feature writer. He has also been a news reporter for The Sunday Age, a deputy editor of Green Guide and a columnist and critic.
Michael Lallo The return of Channel Ten's Australian drama Puberty Blues drew a disappointing 538,000 viewers in the five major capitals.
Michael Lallo Australia's top-rating television network, Channel Seven, has launched a UK-based production company barely four months after its expansion into America.
Michael Lallo Spurred by last year's record ticket sales, The Production Company will this year host an unprecedented 37 performances at the Arts Centre.
Michael Lallo INXS has kicked Schapelle Corby, again. But it doesn't mean Australians are not interested in her story.
Michael Lallo Madeleine West studied law to right wrongs and, as an actor, believes in telling stories that need to be told.
Michael Lallo It was another huge night for Australian television.
Michael Lallo The half-sister of late rock god Michael Hutchence has blasted Channel Seven's INXS: Never Tear Us Apart, accusing the writers of "trashing" his family and describing the telemovie as "a soap opera".
Michael Bachelard and Michael Lallo As he lay dying, TV mogul and Australia's richest man, Kerry Packer, called Baptist pastor Tim Costello to his bedside. Packer, still the supremo of Channel Nine, was in a confessional mood.
Michael Lallo The creators of tonight's controversial Schapelle Corby telemovie are racing to save the film from being scuttled by a group of objectors - including a former 60 Minutes producer, Corby's sister...
Michael Lallo To transform herself into Australia's most famous convicted drug smuggler, actor Krew Boylan darkened and straightened her hair, applied green contact lenses and a fake tan, enhanced her curves with...
Michael Lallo Channel Seven has dumped Today Tonight in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, replacing the tabloid current affairs show with a one-hour news service.
Michael Lallo Channel Seven will suspend Today Tonight on the Australia Day holiday to run a one-hour news service, fuelling rumours of further changes to its news and current affairs division.
Michael Lallo Predictably, the whole thing culminated in threats of rape and death.
Michael Lallo It started with a short fashion video on the website of Channel Seven's Sunrise, sparking a tabloid storm known as "strippergate".
Michael Lallo Australia's commercial TV channels are locked in a fierce battle for the first post-jail interview with Schapelle Corby – but her family's displeasure with past news coverage and a forthcoming...
Michael Lallo It's an epic battle between a small Melbourne dance station and the new Sydney home of shock jock Kyle Sandilands.
Michael Lallo As the trench warfare between Seven and Nine intensifies, the future of Today Tonight appears uncertain.
Michael Lallo Exclusive: Helen Kapalos has resigned as host of Channel Seven's Today Tonight to become a senior correspondent with the network's flagship current affairs program, Sunday Night.
Michael Lallo Popular ABC television presenter Virginia Trioli is returning to radio after five years as co-host of ABC News Breakfast.
Michael Lallo Almost three million viewers watched Australia trounce England in yesterday's Ashes telecast, with Channel Ten's Big Bash cricket peaking at almost 1.2 million nationally.