Last week the High Court of Australia denied Optus leave to appeal the Optus TV Now decision, which means their “video recorder in the cloud” service isn’t legal — and that was the topic for my spot on Phil Dobbie’s Balls Radio this week.
The conversation bounced off the analysis I’d written the day before for Technology Spectator, TV Now’s cloud complications.
As usual, the conversation wandered to other matters as well, such as the early broadcast radio industry selling receivers that could only receive one station.
Here’s the audio of my segment. If you’d like more, Mr Dobbie has posted the full episode.
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You can hear us talk live every Tuesday night from 7pm AEST on Sydney’s FM 99.3 Northside Radio.
I’m fairly sure that copyright remains with Mr Dobbie rather than being transferred to Northside Radio, but I’ll figure that out later.