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  • Vendetta Against the ABC Needs to Stop!

    In our May/June 2018 issue, I made the gentle point that, when it came to our Government-owned broadcasters, constructive ideas were needed, not cheap, partisan point-scoring. Now, I’m just going to say, “You idiots!” June’s […]


  • On the Move with 5G Technology?

    While IP dominated discussion throughout the content production industry in 2016, last year’s IBC show in Amsterdam also saw much discussion around what is considered to be an equally transformative technology in the form […]


  • Content+Technology ANZ November-December 2015

    Content+Technology ANZ’s November-December 2015 issue is now available to view online and download. Features include: COVER STORY: Nine Technology – the Broadcast/IT Crowd NEWS: Monash Uni Builds Broadcast Facility with Techtel, Finding the Silver […]


  • Content+Technology Asia October-November 2015

    Content+Technology Asia’s October-November 2015 issue is now available to view online and download. Features include: COVER STORY – PCCW Goes OTT with Viu InterBEE PREVIEW ACQUISITION – Japanese Productions Take on Blackmagic Cameras, Tiffen Unleashes […]


  • Streams of Blood

    THE PEOPLE OF CUBA FINALLY HAD A TASTE OF FREEDOM on February 9 – with the launch of the Netflix streaming service throughout the Caribbean island bastion of communism. Netflix says it will “offer […]


  • ABC – for Kicks!

    I recently stepped into a taxi to be greeted by the strident tones of talkback radio host Ray Hadley of Sydney’s 2GB railing against the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, labelling the government-owned broadcaster a “retirement […]


  • Why We’re Not Appy at C+T …

    By now, you’ll have noticed that the C+T web site has a brand new look. Undertaken by Wide Open Media, it is based on a “responsive design” template. What this means is that in […]


  • Analogging Off

    As the Australian broadcast industry reaches the end of 2013, it also reaches the end of another era – that of analogue broadcasting. After almost 13 years of dual analogue/digital free-to-air broadcasting, the country […]


  • Over-the-Top – Friend, Not Foe?

    Up until recently, the discussion around OTT/IPTV technology has been framed in terms of its potential to disrupt and undermine the traditional business of broadcast, but what if its powers could be “harnessed for […]


  • And the Broadband Plays On!

    For over a decade, it has been our pleasure to be an active partner of the SMPTE Australia Section – from promoting its events in C+T to enabling the Australia Section’s online presence to […]