Almost half of Australia’s adult population are already taking advantage of the wide availability of smartphones and their connectivity to the internet.
The ACMA’s Smartphones and tablets: Take-up and use in Australia report examines what is driving the take-up of smartphones and tablets by Australians [...]Continue Reading →
Australians are leaving a trail of data across the online environment as our web-based interactions continue to mature. On all fronts we’re seeing the continual advance of the digital economy, with increased take-up of digital communications and the rollout of key infrastructure such as the NBN and 4G mobile networks.
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While most Australians believe the internet has improved their daily lives, a significant number of users have also suffered from an online security breach, new ACMA research shows.
Australia’s progress in the digital economy: Participation, trust and confidence examines changes in how Australians use the internet and their attitudes to going online.
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The ACMA’s Communication Report 2011-12 Series was launched yesterday amidst conversations online examining the shift in audience viewing habits and rise of video on-demand here in Australia. The report details the state of the professional video market from both the consumer and industry perspective.
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With 5.2 million Australians watching online video content, our local industry has had to adapt to changing consumer and audience preferences. So, how is content being delivered and consumed? And does the shift in digital literacy present a challenge or an opportunity to industry?
Full report can be viewed here.
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Watching TV online has become mainstream, with 5.2 million Australians looking at professionally produced video online in the last six months, according to a new research report by the Australian Communications and Media Authority. A new infographic has been produced highlighting the key facts from this report:
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