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Friday, 12 February 2021 07:37

ACMI reopens after digital transformation

ACMI, Australia's national museum of screen culture, has reopened after at $40 million redevelopment.

Published in Entertainment

Australians are generally downloading less copyrighted material in 2018, compared to the previous year, but streaming has gone up, according to a survey for the Department of Communications and the Arts carried out by Indigenous professional Services.

Published in Entertainment

A Sydney man has been sentenced to 4½ years in prison for possessing and selling thousands of DVDs on which films and TV programmes were recorded without the consent of the licence holders.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 08 December 2016 12:16

Netflix devotees now ‘binge watching’

Binge-watching of television has now pervaded the worldwide community of Netflix viewers who the video-on-demand service says are weaving film into their television binge routines.

Published in Entertainment

Presto has signed a subscription video on demand (SVOD) agreement with studio Entertainment One Television (eOne) to give its subscribers access to complete seasons of the distributor’s premium programming.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 11 September 2014 16:17

Finally you can convert your DVDs to the cloud

As the great debate over who should stop piracy in Australia continues to rage, a new player has emerged offering consumers digital copies of their BluRays and DVDs, stored in the cloud.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 20 January 2014 13:54

Foxtel says no Presto, yet

Pay-TV operator Foxtel’s upcoming online movie streaming service Presto, originally scheduled for late last year, has been delayed due to 'technical issues.'

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 13:05

Lower prices will kill piracy: study

A major new academic study has proposed a simple way to reduce the degree of unauthorised access of digital content - reduce prices.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 04 February 2010 14:45

iiNet verdict: time for film industry to wake up

While iiNet chief executive Michael Malone gets a good night's rest, probably the first such night he's had since the case filed by the film industry kicked off, it is time for the doyens of the film industry to reflect on what this verdict means for them.
Published in Government Tech Policy




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