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BBC Worldwide is reporting a 42% jump in US traffic on its commercial website, BBC.com, for Barack Obama's inauguration. International visitors accessing the inauguration jumped 34% on average. In st
23 Jan 2009
On average, six days. 'Australia' has not been successfully pirated in a decent form - one of only three out of 26. We are hoping this does not mean that no-one can be be bothered.
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THE first trial of broadcast mobile television DVB-H (digital video broadcasting-handheld) has started in Sydney, with content from nine channels, including Seven Digital, ABC1, Fox Sports News and MT
Sony will report its first operating loss for fourteen years, blaming the "unprecedented and unnatural strength of the yen."
HBO, broadcasters of the 'Concert for Obama', must be really hoping the mainstream editorials don't find this particular mistake. Letting freedom ring, indeed..
It's APRA v The Creative Freedom Foundation, over Section 92A of the Copyright Amendment (New Technologies) Act. Jokes about the accuracy of the CFF minutes will be treated as plagiarism and offender
Microsoft's 1,000 Australian workers are safe from the company-wide retrenchments announced yesterday. Except for one person. One person might lose his or her job - and become very, very annoyed!
At the close of business on Thursday the 22 January 2009 the New Magic Australia NSW (Jannali) office is relocating to a new facility based in Croydon Victoria. This relocation is part of a strategic
SBS and the ABC stand out in the line-up, with a bunch of contenders facing off over specialised interests.
So now you can watch TV on your mobile phone as you drive. Doesn't matter - the Bimmer's only leased and you've gone broke anyway.
The ABC has rejected SBS's suggestion to government that the two national broadcasters share transmission infrastructure. Both use the Macquarie-owned Broadcast Australia.
In news more shattering than the selection of the Presidential dog, Barack Obama will get to keep his Blackberry, becoming the first President in the history of the United States of America to use ema
The Isle of Man, that independent country in the English Channel and notable tax haven, has floated the idea of a P2P filesharing tax for broadband subscribers, that would operate in the same way as b
BBC.com has announced the launch of a travel module which will feature information from the Lonely Planet (75% owned by BBC Worldwide) website and hopefully suck in BBC.com’s 26m users.
21 Jan 2009
'.. thePlatform is the only white-label video management company that publishes media to the PC, mobile, and TV.' it says proudly, before sending pictures of itself to every annoying ad-driven online
Lee Whitmore: sweet story in WA
Only One Man can stop the Interwebnet, and he just did.
The Vatican is getting its own YouTube channel, featuring six live webcams focussed on the tomb of the late Pontiff and newly beatified bloke. It would be heretical to expect him to rise again, so th
Whjat is it about the internets that brings government ministers undone? Even the librarians are hunting NZ's Stephen Joyce, and they are enlisting APRA, asking for its secret curare recipe. Mind you,
As part of their ‘Save the Males’ campaign Barons Brewing Co. have launched a competition for young filmmakers to create a viral video.
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