Communications Policy & Research Forum 2007

The Communications Policy & Research Forum is an annual event looking at areas such as ICT, digital media, telecommunications broadcasting, communications culture, Internet and e-commerce. The published papers from the most recent Forum, held on 24 & 25 September 2007, are now available in a single 370-page eBook in PDF format.

  • Can the media take criticism? Keynote address by Peter Manning
  • Three billion: What happens after we’re all connected? Keynote address by Mark Pesce
  • Issues for corporates and regulators in Second Life and virtual worlds by Nick Abrahams
  • Development of a survey instrument to investigate household broadband adoption by Peter Adams
  • Broadband: Towards understanding users by Trevor Barr
  • Digital TV policies in the UK, US, Australia and Italy by Cinzia Colapinto & Franco Papandrea
  • Wireless for rural broadband by Reg Coutts
  • Public Service media by Kim Dalton
  • Journalists and online media by Lee Duffield
  • The benefits of closing analogue TV broadcast, and its potential effect on other communications policies by Alex Encel
  • A citizen journalism primer by Terry Flew

For more information about the Forum and the papers, check out the Network Insight website, or access the full document here.