Here is a transcript of Moxie Podcast Number 5.
It was made possible by the kind folks at at Transcribe Me and the generous support of Internet NZ. If you have not already, go visit the nethui site and sign up for what will be an excellent conference in Wellington on July 8 to 10
On the weekend Simon Morton on National Radio interviewed Peter Griffin, of the Science Media Centre, about what the move to screening English Premier League football matches online means for internet TV in New Zealand.
See more of Simon’s shows here.
This is relevant to our Podcast 5 on the UFB.
This is the podcast from the fifth Moxie session, held 28 May 2013 in Auckland, New Zealand.
It was made possible by the generous support of Internet NZ. If you have not already, go visit the nethui site and sign up for what will be an excellent conference in Wellington on July 8 to 10.
The topic is:
How is the UFB network coming along, and will fibre broadband really transform New Zealand? Can it resolve the tyranny of distance and leapfrog us back into the global rich-list? What are people doing with it anyway?
- Rohan MacMahon on progress thus far and the appeal to business
- Rosalie Nelson on why building it is just the start, and the many things that remain to be done
- Bill Bennett on some of the things could hold the UFB back, especially government policy
Interview by Glenn Williams.
Listen or subscribe to the series via iTunes.
Listen now on Mixcloud.
You might also be interested in Bill’s follow-up thoughts on content, following the announcement that the English Premier League will be available online and on Free to Air television.
Courtesy of the kind folks at Transcribe Me, whose Alexei Dunayev features, here is a transcript of Moxie Podcast Number 4.
If you want to come along to a Moxie Session, contact the Auckland convenor, Hayden Glass, or the Wellington convenor, Lucy Luo. We are always interested in new folks and new points of view.
The sessions are done for 2014 now. They will restart in early February.