Verizon is buying AOL not just for customer numbers, its largely to do with mobile advertising. Is this a space that more telcos should be playing in?
CrossTalk was a weekly half-hour telecommunications podcast produced for the industry journal CommsDay.
Netflix has arrived in Australia. They’ll make a lot of money, whilst network providers will have to provide the capacity to meet the demand and pass the costs on. So is everyone paying for Netflix, whether they use it or not?
A new law will enable copyright owners to approach the Federal Court to request an injunction against an overseas website if its primary purpose is the infringement of copyright. ISPs will then be required to block those sites. Will it work?
Will more infrastructure competition be better for the industry, even though the OECD country with the fastest rollout of fibre did so with a monopoly player.
On Balls Radio today, Twitter’s record earnings, Trump’s unwanted visit to the UK and what next for the Extinction Rebellion. Plus, it’s the anniversary of the Easter Rebellion: https://t.co/Nb2GE8kVVd
On the Morning Call, fears of a hard-Brexiteering PM in the UK spook the pound and Euro, whilst US equities continue to surge on earnings results. Meanwhile, @NAB’s Gavin Friend, suggests the Aussie dollar is vulnerable to today’s CPI numbers: https://t.co/GllniKAxv6