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What might television and video look like in a year’s time, in a few years’ time, in a decade? We came up with 20 questions and put them to 25 people. Between November 2014 and April 2015, we interviewed those 25 people from free-to-air and...
New Zealand screen industry revenue was $3.155 billion, up $7 million from 2013.
Key factsNew Zealand screen industry revenue was $3.155 billion, up $7 million from 2013. 91 percent of businesses in the screen industry are small businesses, earning less than...
This report finds that the transition to digital broadcasting, which has the power to bring new views and voices to the television airwaves, has yet to deliver those benefits in many developing countries.
A technology transition that has the power to...
Cultural policy and trade policy are pulling in different directions, and Ten’s Offspring could be one casualty
On 7 August this year 1.3 million people watched what is probably the last episode of the popular Australian series Offspring. Created...
This article reports on the integration of Twitter messages into the live television broadcast of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) weekly public affairs discussion program, Q & A . The program first went to air in May 2008; Twitter integration began two years later. Twitter...
This paper provides information on a proposed bill introducing new anti-siphoning measures for Australian broadcasting.
Siphoning refers to the practice used by pay television broadcasters by which they appropriate, or ‘siphon off’ certain events that have been traditionally shown on free-to-air television so that...
New platforms offering new experiences and platforms for online interaction with consumers/ audiences.
Media use is part of everyday life. Audience theory tells us media is social. It is understood through interpretation and interaction. Audiences draw on their own personal experiences, histories and identities in generating meaning out of television content. This presentation looks at general audience reaction...
The Australian National Broadband Network (NBN) is the largest infrastructure project ever proposed in Australia (NBN, 2010). Its Fibre to the Home open access network will see a new generation of telecommunications services providing the basis for technologies and services to be combined. Homes connected...
This report examines the impact recent programming decisions have had on the ABC and makes a range of recommendations.
On 17 August 2011 the Senate referred the following matter to the Senate Environment and Communications References Committee for inquiry and report by 12 October:...