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Nokia, TPG Telecom and MediaTek demonstrate 360-degree video
Mon, 14th Aug 2023
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smartphones
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technology gifts
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In collaboration with TPG Telecom and MediaTek, Nokia showcased a live 360-degree video broadcast on the future of the Metaverse.
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SailGP taps into Oracle NetSuite to support ongoing growth
Fri, 13th Jan 2023
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partner programmes
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revenue management
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broadcasting
SailGP has taken advantage of an integrated business system to manage financial processes in new countries, broadcast opportunities, and revenue streams.
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KT SAT and Thales Alenia Space sign comms satellite contract
Wed, 14th Sep 2022
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satellite
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space
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broadcasting
South Korean satellite service provider KT SAT and Thales Alenia Space have signed a contract for the KOREASAT 6A communications satellite.
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Māori Spectrum shows potential of private 5G networks
Tue, 13th Sep 2022
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cloud services
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5g
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wireless networks
5G mobile technology is being used to broadcast a Mau Rākau traditional Māori martial arts class filmed in Ngāruawāhia on Māori TV.
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Alibaba cloud will help broadcast the Olympic Winter Games 2022
Fri, 18th Feb 2022
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cloud services
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alibaba
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intel
In collaboration with the Olympic Broadcasting Services, Alibaba's cloud technologies will be utilised during the Olympic Winter Games, Beijing 2022.
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Olympic Broadcasting Services hosted in Alibaba cloud for the first time
Fri, 30th Jul 2021
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cloud services
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olympic games
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broadcasting
Alibaba's cloud solutions will support service delivery for Rights-Holding Broadcasters for the first time during the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
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Workplace from Facebook rolls out two new broadcast capabilities
Fri, 15th Jan 2021
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facebook
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broadcasting
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workplace by facebook
Workplace from Facebook has rolled out a couple of new services designed to help businesses and their employees navigate hybrid working and lockdown periods.
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Broadcast tech diversity firm Rise expands to Asia Pacific
Mon, 23rd Mar 2020
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dei
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women in technology
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broadcasting
Rise, a UK-based organisation promoting gender diversity within the broadcast technology sector, is expanding to Asia Pacific and North America.
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Interview: CenturyLink expands CDN power across APAC
Thu, 19th Mar 2020
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video
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gaming
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devops
CenturyLink boosts APAC CDN investment, eyes mesh network evolution for stronger web traffic handling.
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Three trends shaping the broadcast and telecommunications industry
Wed, 11th Mar 2020
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video
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5g
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wireless networks
5G revolution, TV evolution & tech orchestration shape Australia's telecom future.
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Kordia launches nationwide broadcasting service
Thu, 13th Jun 2019
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digital entertainment
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freeview
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kordia
Kordia launches pop up TV service on Freeview channel 200, allowing organizations to broadcast events nationwide.
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​Alibaba Cloud opens up Asian Games after resolving storage issue
Wed, 5th Sep 2018
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storage
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cloud services
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data centre operators
Alibaba Cloud partnered with ABU Sports Network to deliver a turnkey internet-based broadcast solution to the benefit of millions of viewers.
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Kordia carries out NZ's first live 4K UHD TV broadcast
Wed, 1st Aug 2018
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NZ blazes trail with first live 4K TV broadcast, Kordia ignites UHD era for Auckland viewers.
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Will 2018 be the year for OTT 2.0?
Thu, 3rd May 2018
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video
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telecommunications
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broadcasting
Over the Top (OTT) video is rapidly gaining fans and market share, but 2018 could well be the year it reaches a whole new level.
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Kordia ditches old business model in media division makeover
Wed, 7th Feb 2018
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kordia
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broadcasting
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job moves
Kordia New Zealand is giving its media and broadcast division an extreme makeover in a move to ramp up its presence in the media market.
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Google Hangouts On Air to be swallowed up by YouTube Live
Wed, 24th Aug 2016
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google
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youtube
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broadcasting
If you're an avid user or broadcaster on Google Hangouts On Air, your're about to become part of the global giant called YouTube.
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NZ broadcasters choose LiveU as live video coverage vendor
Wed, 1st Jun 2016
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mobility
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broadcasting
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liveu
LiveU has announced that it has secured further stakes in New Zealand's broadcasting and news industry as demand for its live video services grows.
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Wheldon's departure throws TV future into sharp relief
Thu, 5th May 2016
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digital entertainment
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mediaworks
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broadcasting
While there's little doubt that Wheldon's legacy to NZ TV for the foreseeable future will continue, little is said about the digital onslaught.
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'National's negative attitude to public broadcasting is baffling' - Labour
Fri, 29th May 2015
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government
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broadcasting
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nz on air
Labour accuses National government of cutting public broadcasting funding, resulting in lowest level in NZ history.
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Television New Zealand 1st-half profit drops 5% on weaker ad revenue
Mon, 2nd Mar 2015
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tvnz
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digital media
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nz
Television New Zealand, the state-owned broadcaster, posted a drop in first-half profit of about 5 percent as advertising revenue weakened and costs r.
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Little appoints shadow Cabinet: Robertson finance, King deputy
Mon, 24th Nov 2014
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sustainable it
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edutech
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tertiary education
Newly elected Labour Party leader Andrew Little has appointed his closest rival for the job, Grant Robertson, to the crucial finance role previousl.
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How to setup a podcast
Thu, 1st Mar 2012
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bi
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smartphones
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big data
Paul Spain, host of the NZ Tech Podcast, covers what’s involved with producing and launching a successful podcast.
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Ning and Ustream team
Wed, 8th Jun 2011
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video
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nz
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social networking
Ning and Ustream aim to make live audio and video stream available from any device.
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Web depresses news executives
Sat, 1st May 2010
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google
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broadcasting
The boss of Google believes newspapers can make money online – but a survey of American media chiefs paints a continuing gloomy picture.