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Added on: 1 September 2014, 8:42 pm
Can hybrid television redefine Australian TV? – Piracy, digital rights and the ad experience
Ahead of tonight’s launch of Freeview Plus, Mumbrella’s Nic Christensen looks at what the new HbbTV service will mean for broadcast rights, piracy, and the way advertisers serve up their content. It’s not every day that you get a TV sales boss like Nine’s Peter Wiltshire admitting the weaknesses of television as a medium. “It was one of the great […] The post Can hybrid television redefine ...
Added on: 31 August 2014, 6:40 pm
ADVAN urges stakeholders to prepare for analogue switch-over
The Advertisers Association of Nigeria, through its President, Mr. Kolawole Oyeyemi, has urged all stakeholders with the imminent advent of the digitisation of the electronic media, to step up preparations for the much awaited analogue switch-over. The ADVAN President made this statement while addressing participants at a Breakfast Session with the National Broadcasting Commission on... [Read ...
Added on: 25 August 2014, 11:06 pm
You Can Use Your Device During Takeoff on 2 Australian Airlines
SYDNEY — Two Australian airlines will finally allow passengers to use their electronic devices during takeoff and landing. No more interrupted television shows, and a lot more inappropriately loud phone calls. From Tuesday, passengers on Qantas and Virgin Australia flights will be allowed to play on their phone to their heart's content, after the Civil Aviation Safety Authority approved the use ...