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29 Oct 2009
What if testy Tsetse Telstra bites the government with cheap copper competition for the National Broadband Network? A question being asked around the traps.
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According to the NSW government, the budget for the local spend on Spirited is $6.4m, Rescue was $10.8m and Underbelly is over $12m. Nice to know they know
27 Oct 2009
Deals to enable territory limited content into Australia on broadband - with some finagling of local licensing deals to make it work.
Seems that Australian sound post people are thinking alike on the need for a 12 fader sidecar.
Rory Young's charming story reads like a character synopsis for an ACTF project ... "his mother is an actress, his father a street performer, his sister a photographer and his aunt a writer.." so ...
26 Oct 2009
Public broadcaster + creative commons + zombies = high level approval mashup from Boing Boing.
Toon Boom Animation Inc. today announced the upcoming release of Studio 5, a new version that brings stop-motion animation to its existing wide array of animation capabilities.
Nick Galvin -"Journalist, father, husband, trumpeter, gardener. Not necessarily in that order." according to Elngalvo on Twitter - whirrs across the convulsing landscape of digital culture in his own
23 Oct 2009
Nokia files a suit in the US, accusing Apple of infringing Nokia patents.
22 Oct 2009
The government invites interested parties to register their interest in parting with large amounts of cash to help upgrade the country's broadband infrastructure.
Pixar gets whacked by evil American yoof. An Australian newsreader will remember the camera feed behind him forever. See carefully constructed brands crumble before your very eyes.
Lyn Norfor takes a cool look at the evolving landscape of digital funds pundits.
First major foreign territory to show Australian animation Mary and Max from Melanie Coombs and Adam Elliott is France. It has now been out and about for three weeks.
21 Oct 2009
When Night Falls (written and directed by Alex Galvin) became the first Kiwi movie available as a ‘pay-per-view/pay-per-download’ from Ziln.
The Pirate Bay's appeal against the conviction of its 4 directors because of the two judges had links with pro-copyright organisations has been pushed back from next month to next (northern hemisphere
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has tabled its annual report in parliament, revealing that it investigated 1363 took action complaints about internet content (from 2,281 investigatio
20 Oct 2009
Trade and Enterprise rolls out the list of speakers for the upcoming broadband summit. Sidhe Interactive's co-founder Mario Wynands and ABC's Kim Dalton will speak. Minister for Communications and Inf
iPod sales drop but iPhones and Macs have their biggest quarter ever.
19 Oct 2009
The Motion Picture Association of America is allegedly replacing key anti-piracy execs, and renaming the section "Content Protection". The reason? They are not aggressive enough.
In the UK, as the BBC pushes its iPlayer onto the market to great enthusiasm, ITV plays catchup by deploying the power of YouTube, which has implications in Australia.
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