Media studies

Journalism enterprises which serve populations ‘on the move’ using telecommunications are supported by a strong economic rationale and the existence of historical precedents. The paper demonstrates that the international and domestic movement of passengers, cargo and discrete groups of linked individuals represents a new productivity opportunity for Australia.

Journalism, mobile economy, mobile telecommunications, remote media distribution, National Broadband Network

This paper outlines the technological capacities of NBN-based multicast Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), and examines public comment and interview data from ISPs, sports organisations and NBN Co. regarding their intentions for IPTV delivery. The paper points out the important role that regulators will have in maintaining diversity and competition in IPTV services.

Media studies, sports delivery, multicast TV, IPTV, National Broadband Network, Internet Service Providers, broadcasting regulation, digital media
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