Pacific Editor, Radio Australia, Australian Broadcasting Corporation News
Manager: Content Planning and Projects, ABC International. Keen on radio, indie music, social, mobile, media and technology. Views my own, not the ABC's.
abc.net.au — Updated May 22, 2013 10:04:17 Myanmar's increasing engagement is fuelling demand for mobile phones in a country described as less connected than North Korea. Juice seller Ko Thet is among the emerging aspirational consumers who want to connect with each other and the outside world.
sbs.com.au — Just before he died, Steve Jobs told his biographer Walter Isaacson about his dream for revolutionizing television. His fantasy device would control all the many doodads that crowd your living room - DVRs, game consoles, Blu-ray players - and would connect to the vast world of entertainment available online.
abc.net.au — Thirteen-year-old Benjamin Maio MacKay lives in Adelaide where he produces a podcast based on all things Doctor Who. It's found a worldwide audience in the millions, and been adapted for the stage. He spoke to Books and Arts Daily about how he became a teen podcast king.
abc.net.au — Ford Australia says it will close its Australian manufacturing plants in October 2016, with the loss of hundreds of jobs. Ford president Bob Graziano said approximately 1,200 workers would lose their jobs when the Broadmeadows and Geelong plants were shut down.
asiancorrespondent.com — SE Asia's forests: Development's victims One of the world's hotbeds of biodiversity, the forestland of Southeast Asia, is being sacrificed on the altar of development and global capitalism. A spate of all but unrestrained development projects across SE Asia - from Burma to Vietnam to Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos - is spelling doom for the region's tropical forests and the uniquely rich ecosystems they support.
asiancorrespondent.com — Burma holds the 2nd Conference on Media Development A conference on Media Development in Myanmar/Burma was held at Kandawgyi Palace Hotel in Yangon on 20-21 May. It was the second conference with an address by Union Minister for Information Aung Kyi.
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