A ‘Mobile’ Technology and Waiting for the Broadband ‘Horse Trade’: An Examination of Webcasting in Australia
Webcasting in Australia is currently dominated by national broadcasters, and some radio stations and some sports. The paper reports the findings of a content analysis of 20 Australian Webcasters.
||Webcasting, Australia, Internet TV, Broadband Connections, Content Analysis, Diffusion of Technologies, Adoption of Technologies, Mobile phones, Echo boomers
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 8, pp.45-60.
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Niranjala Weerakkdoy (Ph D Rutgers U, NJ, USA), is a Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication at the School of Communication & Creative Arts, Faculty of Arts, Deakin University, Geelong, VIC 3217, AUSTRALIA. Her research interests include the adoption and diffusion of new communication technologies from the critical eprspeective and has so far examined the adoption of digital TV (Australia and the USA), Biometric devices (Australia, Malaysia and the USA) and webcasting (Australia).
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