50 years of challenge

Allen, Steve
September 2006
B&T Weekly;9/15/2006, Vol. 56 Issue 2581, p20
Trade Publication
The article looks at developments in television broadcasting in Australia. Advertising revenue provides proof that television is still growing. It has revenue four times the internet and 16+ times that of pay TV. The growth rate in 2006 will be three percent in a right pack of the four major media, the radio, newspaper, magazines and outdoor. The growth shows the unevenness of the medium's expansion.


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