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Epos Audio released its first entry into the microphone field last month with the B20. It’s proving to be a formidable option that truly sets a high bar for competitors.

A new player has arrived down under with a range of "high quality, cost effective range of microphones, web cameras, headphones and accessories into the A/NZ market", billed as perfect for the "music recording, broadcast, post product and streaming markets."

Published in Home Tech

European professional audio products vendor Thronmax has entered the Australian and New Zealand markets, claiming it can provide everything that is needed to start a career as a successful content creator.

Published in Entertainment

Vietnam’s largest mobile network operator Viettel and Nokia have broadcast the first end-to-end 5G network in Ho Chi Minh City which they say positions Vietnam head to head with other countries in the region looking for an early commercial 5G rollout.

 Optus Sport has announced its female-led broadcast team for the FIFA Women’s World Cup to be staged in France in June and July this year.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Friday, 07 September 2018 22:06

Alexa Announcements arrive in Australia at last

Do you wish you could broadcast messages to the Amazon Alexa speakers you own in the same way Google Home users can broadcast such messages? Now you can.

Published in Home Tech

Optus is increasing its premium football content, "demonstrating its commitment to becoming the home of premium football", with the acquisition of Australian broadcast and transmission rights to three major UEFA leagues for the next three years.

Published in Entertainment

Don't get a bee in your bonnet, Ericsson has renamed its "Broadcast and Media Services" division as "Red Bee Media" and made it an independent services business from 9 November.

Published in Development

Ericsson is a company on the cutting edge of technology, working hard to help create the future in amongst an incredible ecosystem of global technological advancement, with its broadcast and media services now one of the world's biggest.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

There's no on-remote volume control as yet, but Telstra's new Telstra TV 2 comes with a fresh new UI, universal search, content aggregation, free-to-air TV and plenty more.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The Vendée Globe Race is dubbed the ‘Everest of the ocean,’ with satellite comms and network provider SpeedCast providing its two-way secure satcomms and broadcast services to 90% of the race’s competitors.

Published in Space

Ericsson and BT have showcased their "first 4K sports broadcast delivered through a live HEVC contribution link" for smarter, more efficient UHDTV content delivery.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Between 4pm and 6pm, the sound of the Kate, Tim & Marty show will be sent via the 4G Vodafone network to Nova’s existing audio distribution network to showcase the 4G network’s reliability.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Listen, Commercial Radio Australia proudly boasts it has reached 3.52 million listeners in the five metro capital cities, helped by "solid growth in in-car listening".

Published in Entertainment

You’ll now be able to watch tweeted Periscope streams without leaving the Twitter app, which both companies say is ‘a new way to experience the world.’

Published in Apps

Panasonic has unleashed a stack of new products aimed squarely at business users, including new Toughbooks, 4K broadcast cameras, archival storage, AV, Security and Unified Comms.

Monday, 25 November 2013 14:43

Entertainment consumption is streaming ahead

Streaming services like iView and Yahoo!7 TV are skyrocketing in popularity, with 1.2 million Aussies now streaming online and watching no live broadcast TV.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 23 February 2012 23:19

Dodo explains national Telstra outage

 

In a statement released yesterday evening, Dodo tells their side of the outage story.

 

Published in Networking

Videos can be played on more devices than ever before thanks to a Unified HD Streaming Player!February 14th, 2012 Marathon, Fla.'”Eyepartner has announced the expansion of HTML5 capability to TikiLIVE, Eyepartner's flagship HD broadcasting service, and Monster Encoder, a turnkey application that quickly and easily converts the most common video types. HTML5 is the fifth version of the standard HTML language that makes it easier for computers and mobile devices to handle multimedia content without having to use proprietary plugins.

Stephen Conroy, the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, is reportedly foreshadowing changes in the legislation to stop Optus offering its TV Now service, following the company's court win last week. Any changes are likely to whittle away at the exemption we currently enjoy to time-shift programs.

Published in Core Dump
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