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Australian broadcast services provider MediaHub is using HPE Apollo 4000 and Scality RING to develop a simplified and cost-effective storage solution for expanding broadcast archives.

OPINION: With Facebook now blocking Australian news sites from posting their news stories to Facebook, along with many organisations like the Australian Bureau of Meteorology an unexpected casualty, has Facebook begun a descent into Myspace-like irrelevance?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Although Google has come to a deal to pay French publishers for news. Google Australia is threatening to withdraw Google Search and services from Australia, with Reset Australia's Chris Cooper suggesting regulation is the answer.

Published in Technology Regulation

Apple's all-in-one subscription bundles are now available, offering real savings for those who want Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, Apple News+ and the upcoming Apple Fitness+ at a better price than buying individually.

Published in Home Tech

Google's bid to mollify publishers in France by offering to strike a deal to pay them for their news has been upstaged by an appeals court ordering the search company to open talks with publishers to use their content.

Published in Technology Regulation

The Internet has overtaken TV as Australia’s main source of news over the last two years, with over 12.7 million Australians (60.8%) now sourcing their news from the Internet - an increase of 1.4 million since 2018, according to new research.

Published in Internet of Things

The chances that Australia will be able to impose its will on digital giants Google and Facebook, as far as getting them to pay for using news from local outlets goes, appear rather slim, with indications that the US Government may pressure the Coalition to back off.

Published in Open Sauce

Social media behemoth Facebook has told the Australian competition watchdog that its community metrics or revenue would not be affected in any way if no Australian news content was available on its web site.

Published in Technology Regulation

Search giant Google has agreed to comply with a French ruling that it must pay publishing companies and news agencies for re-using content they produce, a report says.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Search behemoth Google scooped US$4.7 billion in revenue from news content in 2018 for which it did not pay a single cent, according to a study by the News Media Alliance, a group that counts about 2000 American publishers in its ranks.

Published in Strategy

Apple has launched a news subscription service, a TV service and a credit card with no fees at an event held in California overnight, with the news subscription, to more than 300 publications, to cost US$9.99 per month.

Published in Strategy

A new paid subscription news service will be announced by Apple on Monday, with The Wall Street Journal as a partner, despite the Cupertino company taking 50% of the subscription revenue as its share. A subscription is expected to cost US$10 per month.

Published in Apps

Apple is apparently set to debut a news and presumably magazine subscription service, possibilities also include a new video streaming service, AirPods 2, air charger, new iPad mini and iPhone SE 2.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Telecommunications companies have been increasingly moving into the digital entertainment business, with 21% of video and music streaming subscribers now accessing services as part of a packaged Internet or mobile plan, accordng to a newly published report.

Published in Entertainment

The 2017 Media Consumer Survey has launched, a detailed 44-page report that examines our changing media habits, from traditional TV to streaming, from real news to fake and plenty more.

Published in Entertainment

The way Google News looks has changed, looking like a cross between the way it looks on mobile devices, and the way it looked before.

Published in Your Tech
Wednesday, 16 November 2016 08:08

Facebook fake news – what's news?

There is too much news today. How do aggregators like Google News, Facebook News and others know it is the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth? The truth is they can’t.

Published in ShawThing
Wednesday, 28 September 2016 16:57

SBS relies on Panasonic to present the news

Instead of the usual “green screen” that is behind TV news and weather presenters, SBS World News has elected to use a new Panasonic HD, 1920 x 1080, LED picture wall.

Published in Entertainment

Inmarsat’s Global Xpress high-speed satellite broadband service offers ‘new opportunities’ to enhance capabilities for news gathering, broadcasters and content creators worldwide

Published in Mobility
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