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Australia to introduce streaming quotas

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Australia to introduce streaming quotas The Australian government has revealed plans to introduce requirements for Australian screen content on streaming platforms to ensure continued access to local stories and content in the third quarter of 2023 and to commence no later than July 1st, 2024. ADVERTISEMENT The proposal is contained in a National Cultural Policy document which notes that there is an increasing consumer trend away from broadcast and subscription television services to online subscription content. ADVERTISEMENT “In 2020–21, for the first time, Australians were more likely to have watched an online subscription service than live or recorded free-to-air television,” it says. ADVERTISEMENT “The Australian subscription video on-demand market grew nearly fifty per cent in 2021, with estimated total earnings

Australian minister says Kanye West could be denied entry visa

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Australian minister says Kanye West could be denied entry visa Pressure has mounted to deny the musician an entry visa, if he tries to visit Australia, over his anti-Semitic comments. ADVERTISEMENT An Australian government minister has said celebrity rapper Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, could be refused a visa to visit Australia due to anti-Semitic comments. ADVERTISEMENT Australia’s Education Minister Jason Clare was responding on Wednesday to media reports that the US celebrity intended to visit the family of his new Australian partner Bianca Censori in Melbourne next week. ADVERTISEMENT Clare said he did not know if Ye had applied for a visa but that Australia has previously refused entry to people with anti-Semitic views. ADVERTISEMENT “I don’t know if he’s applied for a visa yet but google it and you’ll see

The racist killing of Cassius Turvey that shocked Australia

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM The racist killing of Cassius Turvey that shocked Australia Alleged murder of Cassius is the latest in a number of attacks on Australia’s Indigenous children and young people. ADVERTISEMENT Melbourne, Australia – Australia was again forced to confront what experts say is “deeply entrenched” racism this year after the alleged murder of a 15 year old Indigenous boy, Cassius Turvey, shocked the nation. ADVERTISEMENT Cassius – of the Noongar Nation people of Western Australia – was walking home from school with friends in October when he was assaulted with a metal pole in an unprovoked and vicious attack. ADVERTISEMENT After being placed in an induced coma, he died of injuries 10 days later. His death sparked shock and outpourings of grief and led to nationwide vigils and fundraising for the family. ADVERTISEMENT N

Australia: Smaller telcos gain as broadband market slows

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Australia: Smaller telcos gain as broadband market slows Smaller broadband providers continued to increase their share in the NBN wholesale market and expand their presence across the NBN in the September quarter 2022, according to ACCC’s NBN Wholesale Market Indicators Report. ADVERTISEMENT The report looks at the wholesale market for NBN services, particularly the residential broadband services that retailers purchase from NBN for resale to consumers. ADVERTISEMENT In the September quarter, the number of NBN residential services increased by 0.2 per cent, or almost 17,000, to more than 8.73 million services. ADVERTISEMENT The number of NBN residential services with the four largest providers (Telstra, TPG, Optus and Vocus) decreased by over 123,000 in the September quarter, and their combined market share dropped by 1.

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