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Forbes Interview – How Did Australia End Up With Such Ridiculously Slow Internet?

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I spoke with Milly Stilinovic from Forbes about the current state of Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN) https://www.forbes.com/sites/millystilinovic/2017/ 02/14/how-australias-ridiculously-slow-internet-speeds-are-harming-its-residents/#3e9d1cb1fc06

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ABC Interview – Changes in TV viewing patterns are spreading to sport, with a move to online and mobile streaming

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I spoke with Frank Ienco at the ABC about the streaming of sports and the potential future impact. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-12-31/live-streaming-changing-australian-sports-fans-viewing-habits/8155180  

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Amazon’s new Grand Tour series could be the next illegal download victim

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Nicolas Suzor, Queensland University of Technology and Marc C-Scott, Victoria University The much awaited new car show, The Grand Tour, launches on Amazon Prime today, Friday November 18. The show is hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, all former presenters of the BBC’s popular Top Gear series. All three signed a three…

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Media Interview ABC NewsRadio – Twitter’s Stream of the Melbourne Cup Could Be The Future of Sportscasting

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Spoke with ABC NewsRadio about Twitter streaming the Melbourne Cup Listen to the interview – Twitter’s Stream of the Melbourne Cup Could Be The Future of Sportscasting

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Twitter’s live stream of the Melbourne Cup could change how we ‘broadcast’ sport

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Marc C-Scott, Victoria University The race that stops the nation, the Melbourne Cup, will this year be streamed live on Twitter, competing with the Seven Network’s stream and live TV broadcast of the race. The Melbourne Cup is not the first sport that Twitter has live streamed, but is the first outside the United States.…

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Media Interview with Nikkei Asian Review – Australia’s streaming wars make great entertainment

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Spoke with Shane Worrell of the Nikkei Asian Review about the streaming wars in Australia Read more – Australia’s streaming wars make great entertainment

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