Month: October 2009

Senate Select finds Tassie is in the dark

Next month the Senate Select Committee on the NBN will table its final report. It will reflect the views of 100 or so submitted documents and a series of public hearings.

NBN should be free, says economist

Why the National Broadband Network should be free, and other stories from another day of the Senate Select Committee on the Rudd Government’s telco infrastructure baby.

Senate broadband hearing – NBN at what cost?

Debate over the National Broadband Network is heating up. Is it economic? Do we want to avoid two major networks? What will be built? How will it be funded?

Separation: The UK experience

How can the UK experience of BT’s separation inform our understanding of Telstra’s future? We talk to the key UK players to get the lay of the land.

Has Conroy got the numbers for reforms?

Getting Senator Stephen Conroy’s regulatory reform for the telecommunications industry through the parliament would need support from the Senate. On Twisted Wire we ring around to see which parties are supportive and which are against.

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