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Journal Article – The prelude to television in Australia in Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

I recently had an article published in the Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television Abstract Whilst many media historians have examined television’s prehistory in Britain and the United States. Literature examining the history of television in Australia, prior to the 1956 inauguration, is far less developed. Much of the literature on Australian television history… Keep Reading

Interview with AdNews – Ball tampering scandal could deflate value of broadcasting rights, experts warn

Spoke with Arvind Hickman (@arvindhickman) from AdNews about the impact of the ball tampering scandal on the cricket media rights negotiations in Australia. You can read the article here: Ball tampering scandal could deflate value of broadcasting rights, experts warn. Read more at http://www.adnews.com.au/news/ball-tampering-scandal-could-deflate-value-of-broadcasting-rights-experts-warn Keep Reading

Interview with AdNews – Cricket rights: TV networks prepared to play hard ball

Spoke with Arvind Hickman (@arvindhickman) from AdNews about the new cricket media rights negotiations in Australia. You can read the article here: Cricket rights: TV networks prepared to play hard ball. Read more at http://www.adnews.com.au/news/cricket-rights-tv-networks-prepared-to-play-hard-ball Keep Reading

Radio Interview (ABC Overnights): What the Big Bash League can tell us about the future of sport broadcasting

I spoke with Rod Quinn on ABC Overnights about the upcoming cricket media rights. You can listed to the full interview here – http://www.abc.net.au/radio/melbourne/programs/overnights/what-can-cricket-us-about-the-future-of-sport-on-television/9387020   Listen to the interview (podcast) below: Keep Reading

Interview with 6PR Perth Live – CBS Takeover of Ten Network

What does the takeover of Channel 10 by US giant CBS mean for what will be on our screens in the future? Oliver Peterson asked Marc C-Scott today on Perth LIVE. You can listen to the interview here – http://www.6pr.com.au/podcast/what-does-cbs-takeover-mean-for-aussie-tv/ Keep Reading

The impact of CBS’s takeover of Ten is much larger than just one network

Ten Network is being acquired by US broadcaster CBS Corporation. CBS now controls three TV channels – Ten, Eleven and One – as well as a fledgling streaming service, Tenplay. But this acquisition is only the beginning of the shakeup to the Australian television industry. CBS is a major supplier of content to all the… Keep Reading

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