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Displaying items by tag: Q&A

Well-known ABC personality Wil Anderson has bought into the claim that the broadcaster lacks young presenters by suggesting that he could act as some kind of overseer for late-night programs presented by young comedians.

Published in Open Sauce

The Ericsson Unboxed virtual is on next week, offering live demonstrations of the latest 5G innovations, market research and case studies.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

It now appears to be perfectly clear what kind of public broadcaster the Coalition Government wants: a pliant set of robots who scrape and curtsy every time their glorious masters are sighted. Something more in the style of India's Doordarshan and All India Radio.

Published in Open Sauce

Malcolm Turnbull was the headline speaker on day one of StartCon 2019, with the full video recorded by StartCon, and the transcript produced by the Otter app, and editing by me to ensure it is accurate, and he certainly had a lot to say.

Published in Development

Here is the full transcript of the Media Roundtable that Huawei CEO and founder, Ren Zhengfei, had with various members of the international media on January 15, 2019. 

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Workday featured a range of impressive speakers at its various keynote videos, with one in particular being the day two keynote showcasing the cultural imperative in place at Workday that makes it a "great place to work", but that was just one of many videos I captured.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

A new Q&A expertise platform has launched to "empower consumers to make better decisions" regarding "home loans, super, legal, real estate, business, cars, insuranc"’ and more. 

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 09 May 2012 17:48

Pell repels from Twitter lawsuit


Sydney Archbishop George Pell has decided not to sue Twitter for defamation over an Australian comedian's tweet, after it was taken down from the site.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 13 April 2010 15:27

Ambassador pushes US filter opposition

The Obama Administration would continue to lean on the Australian Government to abandon its plans to introduce its proposed internet filter, the United States Ambassador to Australia Jeff Bleich says.

Published in Technology Regulation




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