Mike Quigley, University of Technology Sydney A National Broadband Network (NBN) based on Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) was, and still is, the right answer for Australia’s broadband needs. Compared to the original FTTP-based NBN, we are currently on the way to a much poorer performing broadband network with a mix of FTTP, fibre to […]
The rapid graying of the newspaper audience has huge and unpleasant implications for publishers.
It illustrates the opportunities and challenges facing a newspaper industry that is undergoing a period of dramatic upheaval, brought about by rapid technological change, exacerbated by the current difficult macro-economic environment.
Fairfax itself, however, has said that it studied the break-up options intensively, with considerable external advice, and concluded that it would be value-destructive because it would reduce the group’s ability to bundle brands and platforms and offer cross-media solutions to advertisers and would also generate significant costs and dis-synergies.