The finale of the recent season of Game of Thrones has opened up debate about illegal downloading in Australia. File-sharing website TorrentFreak reported Game of Thrones set a new record for illegal downloads this week, […] Read More
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For the last 20 years I have been glued to SBS during July watching their coverage of my favourite sporting event, le Tour de France. In recent years our multicultural broadcaster has upped the ante […] Read More
Last week I ranted about the poor offerings on Freeview, especially on the commercial channels. Today there’s even more reason to complain. Tonight at 8pm the Nine Network (which these days also owns NBN Television) […] Read More
As Freeview rolls out another promotional campaign, their 3rd by my count, to tell us how ‘everybody loves it’ I can’t help but think what a wasted opportunity this has been for the free to […] Read More
via media release Research released today by Free TV Australia revealed that one in four pay TV subscribers are likely to cancel or downgrade their pay TV subscription because of the increased choice offered by […] Read More
There is a lot of conjecture about Internet Television, how we will consume it and how it will affect us. This entertaining presentation was given at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco in November […] Read More
Google TV is on the way and could be one of the biggest interruptions to traditional media ever. Its all about total media convergence. The best of the web, TV and social networking all through […] Read More
The current state of the television industry can be compared to the idiom, “Is the glass half empty or half full? The pessimistic view is that the end is nigh and television is on a […] Read More
Channel 7 has announced a third channel to be named 7Mate. The station will be squarely focussed on the male 16 to 49 demographic with a range of shows like Family Guy, American Dad, 30 […] Read More
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Craig Wilson a leading digital and inbound marketing consultant who was recently ranked globally as one of Top 100 SEO Experts to follow. He is managing director of Sticky, a digital agency based in Newcastle, Australia and co-founder of DiG Festival.
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Craig is a contributor to the collaborative series of world-wide marketing books The Age of Conversation 1, 2, 3. He has contributed to Marketing Magazine and Digital Ministry and is often called on by media to comment on industry news. Craig is regularly invited to speak on media issues, especially social and digital media, and at various events around Australia on topics ranging from Search Engine Optimisation, the changing media and marketing landscape and inbound marketing.Read More...
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