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

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.… Keep Reading

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Media Interviews

Interview on 2SER Radio – Australian content quota for video streaming services?

While Australia’s media landscape goes increasingly more digital, international streaming companies are starting to dominate and are potentially harming our local television and screen industry. Does Australia need more strict content regulations on digital media to ensure Australian stories are being heard? Audio of the Interview Related Article: Is a quota the key to getting… Keep Reading

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Australian Television

Regional TV fights back as more programmes are ‘broadcast’ online

Australia’s broadcasting regulations are under question again following the announcement last week that a regional broadcaster has launched legal action against live streaming online by a rival metro broadcaster, with which it has a programming deal. WIN television’s owner, Bruce Gordon, argues the Nine Network’s 9Now service violates an agreement with the metro broadcaster by… Keep Reading

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Media Piracy

Why the drop in illegal movie downloads in Australia?

There has been a decline in online piracy in Australia, according to a report by the Intellectual Property Awareness Foundation (IPAF) released this week at the Australian International Movie Convention, on the Gold Coast. There is no doubt that piracy in Australia is far higher than many other countries. But why are the figures actually… Keep Reading

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