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The Media Report looks at the health and structure of children's television in Australia... and they also find out whether a Coalition promise to fund a new ABC children's channel will be taken up by the new government.
The Media Report examines the BBC's designs on Australia in an interview with Wayne Garvie, the Managing Director of Content and Production at BBC Worldwide. The Beeb's commercial arm BBC Worldwide has us clearly in its sights. And it also has plans to expand its...
The Media Report speaks with social commentator and blogger Manan Ahmed about the crackdown on the media in Pakistan.
Manan Ahmed is a well-known blogger who covers developments right across the sub-continent. His blog is called Chapati Mystery and he warns that the...
What exactly is an emoticon? And what makes for good and bad email? According to Kristin Byron, from the Whitman School of Management at New York's Syracuse University, training staff in how to effectively use email is something that most companies and organisations simply overlook....
The UK-based Financial Times has joined the New York Times in announcing it was moving away from its subscription-based approach towards a largely free internet service. In Australia, the only major newspaper online that operates as a pay-to-view service is the Financial Review , owned...
While Australian TV networks are only just discovering online opportunities, in the United States the major networks are embracing online programme delivery. And it's particularly evident with the beginning of the 'fall' TV season.
The Media Report travelled to Indonesia recently to take a first hand look at the state of the Indonesian media. The country has experienced some remarkable liberalisation over the last ten years, but what's that meant for Indonesia's media sector?