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Australia’s media landscape is experiencing a period of tremendous change. The process of transformation has largely been driven by great advances in communications technology that are redefining how we produce and consume media – from home grown entertainment to news clips from the frontline of...
Speech by ACCC chair, Graeme Samuel, to the National Press Club, Canberra.
We are in the midst of a technological revolution which threatens to make the introduction of television look like a mere blip in the evolution of distribution of news, information and entertainment....
Coping with change will require flexibility from both the media and regulators and that change will only continue to accelerate, argues the ACCC chair. But the legacy of that change is that technology and the growing swell of community input is placing the future of...
In this speech at the University of South Australia Trade Practices Workshop, the ACCC chair Graeme Samuel argues that a culture of compliance with the Trade Practices Act is be an optional extra, but an essential element of doing business.
We are at a point in time where technological change and convergence could once again change the way consumers access news, information and entertainment, argues the ACCC chair, Graeme Samuel, in this address to the Melbourne Press Club Journalism 2005 Conference.
With convergence potentially opening up a vast array of new channels for the distribution of audio visual and print entertainment, news, information and opinion, the challenge for the ACCC will be to promote competition and not allow incumbents to impede the development of competitive choices...