VIDEO: Influencing Media – putting digital to work

Your web browser does not support iframes, which means that the video Influencing Media: Putting digital to work cannot play.      The evening began with cocktails on the 11th floor of Bird &...

Changes to Australia’s media ownership laws: A long overdue recognition of our digital world

What has changed? Prior to passing of the Bill, Australia's media ownership laws, largely crafted in the late 1980's analogue era before digital and pay television, digital radio, and the rise of...

Multimedia player sellers and individual streamers beware! Filmspeler broadens scope for copyright infringement in...

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UPDATED: Brexit and the Reciprocity Gap

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Moving towards DVB-T2: The digitisation of broadcasting in the Czech Republic

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eSports broadcasting – a difficult balance to strike

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Translation please: The Audiovisual Media Services Directive to European Convention on Transfrontier Television

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