This week on Twisted Wire more industry experts talk on what 2010 will mean for the world of telecommunications.
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Phil Dobbie has a wealth of radio and business experience. He started his career in commercial radio in the UK and, since coming to Australia in 1991, has held senior marketing and management roles with Telstra, OzEmail, the British Tourist Authority and other telecommunications, media, travel and advertising businesses.
2009 was a busy year in telecommunications and this year is shaping up for even more change. Or will some of the big promises start to fizzle out?
At the start of the year it looked like we were heading towards a fibre-to-the-node broadband network with very little talk about a separated Telstra. How the world has changed!
In today's Twisted Wire, we put the screws on Communications Minister Stephen Conroy about his controversial internet filter policy.
Last week we looked at the history of the internet in Australia. It's been around for 20 years and changed our lives in so many ways. Imagine what it could do given another 20 years.
Journalist Glenda Korporaal has written "20 years of the internet in Australia" to commemorate two decades of AARNET. On this week's Twisted Wire I talk to Glenda and Chris Hancock, the CEO of AARNET.
The potential acquisition of Pipe Networks by SP Telemedia has raised the question about whether vertically integrated backhaul providers will mean higher wholesale prices for ISP customers.
On 1 July this year the new Mobile Premium Services Code was introduced. It sounds like it's had a good impact, but is it enough?
In the second of our two programs looking at the Senate Inquiry into the Telecommunications Legislation Amendment Bill, we hear from shareholders, bureaucrats and industry groups.
Virtually everyone in the telecommunications industry has their say in the Senate Standing Committee's public hearing into the pending legislation to split up Telstra, in this week's Twisted Wire podcast.