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Telecoms and Broadband Monthly Business Newsletter

Telecoms and Broadband Monthly Business Newsletter

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Publisher BuddeComm
Date of Report Jun 20, 2011
Quick Overview
Welcome to the Telecoms & Broadband Newsletter
Did you know that our telecommunications newsletters were the first in Australia? We even predate the monthly telecoms magazines that began to arrive in the late eighties.

In 1983, we launched our first newsletter, naming it the New Media Newsletter. But the ˜new media ™ didn ™t take off as quickly as expected and so we later changed the name of the publication to the Telecommunications Newsletter.

Then, with the advent of the Internet, I felt confident that the ˜new media ™ was finally arriving. Nevertheless I decided to play it safe and dedicated a separate newsletter to that topic, called the Information Superhighways Newsletter.

However, broadband has now become such a mainstream development that, after 20 years, I can now incorporate this topic into our newsletter on the mainstream telecommunications industry. At this stage I am not quite prepared to call it New Media again, as I believe it will be another three to five years before we see the results of the various converging industries and markets.

But I have no doubt that, through broadband, new media will be developed as a ˜video ™ extension of what is currently on the Internet. And be assured that our newsletter will provide a meticulous account of its progress.

I am sure that you will enjoy our newsletter in its new form. I will continue to provide my analyses and comments on the latest events in the exciting world of telecommunications and broadband.

Happy reading “ and many thanks for your valued business. It is very much appreciated.
Table of Contents
Voice, data and video communication;
Trends and developments in telecommunications;
Wireless communication;
Interactive video and data services;
Teletext, e-mail, audiotex, voice mail;
Fibre-to-the-home and satellite-based services;
Business opportunities;
Updates on deregulation in the Australasian region and around the globe.
Information highways and superskyways;
Cable, satellite, pay TV and MDS;
Video-on-demand;
Video servers/cable modems;
Interactive TV;
Internet, online and hybrid ramps;
Multimedia;
HDTV;
Cable telephony;
Teleconferencing;
Programming and content;
Homeshopping/consumer electronics regulatory issues;
National/international developments.




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