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02 Feb 2009
French broadcast equipment outfit Thomson has confirmed that it is looking for someone to buy its Grass Valley division (the bit that makes and sells production equipment).
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The Australian Cinematographers Society was founded in 1958 – with the dream of owning their own clubhouse in Sydney. After fifty years of careful saving and investment – they were about to buy. And
30 Jan 2009
The William Morris Agency has announced a deal with YouTube that will see its clients produce webisodes for the internet video giant. Who will be more popular - Russell Crowe or the toilet trained ca
Here's a find in itself: the European archives have created a collective site to display their favourite bits of history. In which George Lucas is revealed as a sordid plagiarist!
Government to give set top boxes to stymied Mildura locals in first test of transition. Will ALP volunteers swarm across the area plugging them in? It is an issue, you know.
Google is setting up a network of servers and academic to identify ISPs who are deliberately slowing traffic over their networks, with the aim of making the service available to ISP customers. When a
As Congress dickers over delaying the digital switchover date, American authorities have enlisted venerable institutions to supply and instll set-top boxes - the churches, and Meals On Wheels
Nolan Bushnell, the man who created the world's first video game, is being honoured by BAFTA. He claims not to be in league with the devil. But then everyone lies about contracts, don't they?
PassmoreLab in the US, working with Spike & Mike, has converted Anthony Lucas' short film Slim Pickings into the first-ever clay animation 3-D film. "Who did that?" the animator asked.
Telstra has upgraded the speed of its 3G mobile network to a theoretical 21 mbs, faster than most systems in the world.
28 Jan 2009
The British government will not legislate to force ISPs to disconnect users that the music industry accuses of piracy, because the legal issues are too complex. Important information as the Australia
Kerry Stokes' Unwired is facing a 10-15% cost blowout on the deployment of its WiMax network to Australian capital cities. Ooops! Again!
Someone - and it might have been the Nine Network - posted a video clip of Screentime's Underbelly on YouTube. The shocking news is: Fred Nile visits YouTube! It has now immediately become uncool.
The Asia Pacific management team of Vividas Group has bought 100% of Vividas Technologies and Vividas from the administrators of the UK-based parent company.
It was first proposed by the jolly tax dodgers on the Isle of Man, and now looks set to become a British government proposal. It is a levy on broadband use to compensate audio-visual copyright holder
TVNZ is covering the Louis Vuitton Pacific Series, and has fitted each of the yachts with data-boxes, which if all goes according to plan, will send constant streams of information to the broadcaster.
Editing 3D is a lot different, and a bit weird, and trials are completing on doing it for television. Interviews with the editors who do it for a living.
All crims say they are innocent, which is probably why some people doubt Nine when it claims to be unconnnected to an alarming clip of Matthew Newton in the nuddy.
Yahoo! has posted a fourth quarter loss of $US303 million on falling revenue. It is, of course, Seven's partner in the Yahoo!7 web portal.
Film Victoria has tipped just over $650,000 in funding into eight digital media projects, across three programs.
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