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21 Jan 2009
'The video games industry is now double the size of the box office and more than 40 per cent larger than the movie disc industry in Australia..' so there. We will bury you and you will beg for our gam
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you find new advertising revenues? Will the accelerated decline of traditional media as a result of the US recession occur in Australi
Not one but two Australian animation projects peep over the parapet at the rest of the world. I was going to say shyly and make some crash woodland creature joke, but these producers are in a stormin'
Just to annoy the ABC, and campaign for that lovely free spectrum after the switch-off, Foxtel continues to say it will run its new current affairs channel to anyone with digital. Which presumably mea
Late last year it looked like the City of Bunbury in WA was going to stuff up a major animation deal – but intervention by the South West Regional Development Corporation will now see the deal go thro
19 Jan 2009
Rumours are rife on games sites that Pandemic (owned by EA) are closing their Brisbane studio. If it turns out to be true, what happens to the IP?
In a rare moment of agreement, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is supporting Telstra's court case against the Australian Competition Tribunal decision that last year overturned an A
Women in the UK games industry are actually earning more than their male counterparts. There aren't a lot of them, but they are earning more.
Optus has signed an exclusive content deal to stream Seven's tennis coverage to mobile - undercutting the price of the similar deals on its competitors.
16 Jan 2009
Animation software company Autodesk has sacked 750 staff, or 10% of its workforce, and is predicting a loss for the quarter.
Rumours to the effect that Brisbane-based games developer Pandemic has been "cut free" by owner Electronics Arts and told to find a new publisher.
Melbourne animation studio Ettamogah Entertainment needs animators - a lot of them! Heaps! Great piles of animators! Junior, senior and lead for a new series. Details in the Jobs section, of cours
The world is watching the American analog switchoff in mingled fascination and horror, since most governments have resisted the One Big Shock and are taking it all very, very gently. It seems there ma
14 Jan 2009
Telstra, it seems, has been installing a new technology to light up its spare capacity fibre optices and provide much faster broadband speeds. It's just refusing to use it - until there is a competit
One step closer. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has lodged its report on the bids to build the network. Won't tell us what's in it, though...
Carol Bartz is Yahoo!’s new chief executive. Bartz is the former CEO and current board member of Autodesk, the maker of Max and Maya software.
'Campbell says his approach to the film was inspired by the idea that, in many cases, animation can feel very sincere and live-action can feel completely synthetic...'
Confirming its international reputation as makers of devilishling sticky online adjuncts to cheesy TV shows, Brisbane's Hoodlum nails an award at 'the inaugural Global Media Award for Outstanding Webs
Domenic Carosa has purchased another asset from the administrators of collapsed digital media company Destra. The one he foundedand was later sacked from. Carosa’s Dominet Digital Corporation bought
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