By Elyssa Rollinson. Evolving digital technologies are propelling transformational changes across the broadcast industry. This ecosystem continues to develop, and consumers are increasingly expecting to watch content of the highest quality, whenever and wherever...
Across the BAI Communications group, working with, and supporting communities underpins what we do. Community contributions can be seen across the group in varying ways: Broadcast Australia Engineer, Alan Hubbard, has recently worked with communities in Samoa, Tonga,...
Broadcast Australia Site, Mt Mowbullan, Queensland. Photo Credit: John Giulieri By Stephen Heazlewood, Senior RF Systems Engineer and Systems Automation Lead, Broadcast Australia In today’s digital world, people expect high speed connectivity wherever they are....
Spiro Buhagiar takes enormous pride in being the man who checks Australia's hardest-working rain gauge. Every day for 36 years the far north Queenslander has been travelling to the top of Mount Bellenden Ker, operating the bright red cable car that takes technicians...
Mt Wellington, Tasmania- one of Broadcast Australia's 600+ sites across Australia with over half of them available for co-location. To view our full site list visit site finder or email us on email@example.com Broadcast Australia offers largest...
Broadcast Australia Change Management Lead Beth Sloane has put her charity and volunteer leave to good use, spending a weekend with grief education and support program Camp Magic.
The launch of Digital Television in the small town of Crookwell, NSW has been celebrated with a visit from the Minister for Communications Mitch Fifield, Federal Member for Hume Angus Taylor and Mayor John Shaw to the Broadcast Australia site at Wade’s Hill.
BAI’s Sarah Baker talks about her role as Account Director, Public Broadcasters and the importance of building strong relationships based on open and honest communication.
Broadcast Australia Senior Field Services Technician Ron Collison retires after an outstanding 55 years of service to Australian broadcasting.
While the small New South Wales town of Cumnock celebrated its 150th birthday on 18 October, the Broadcast Australia-operated Cumnock 2CR Radio Transmitter opened its doors for the first time in ten years.
Broadcast Australia successfully completed capacity enhancement field works for SBS’s terrestrially-delivered digital television network ahead of schedule and in support of its newly launched 24-hour dedicated food channel, Food Network.
Broadcast Australia’s General Manager of Network Strategy and Planning, Adam Fricker is interviewed in the March/April 2015 edition of Critical Comms magazine regarding the successful trial of solar energy at Broadcast Australia’s Muswellbrook site.
Broadcast Australia Undertakes Industry First with the Installation of a Tesla Powerwall as a Backup Power Solution for ABC Radio Services
Broadcast Australia has completed the installation of a Tesla Powerwall in Corryong, Victoria which will provide critical backup power to support the ABC Local Radio Service. The installation of the Tesla Powerwall provides a more reliable solution for local radio services in the region.read more
Broadcast Australia, TX Australia and Free TV are pleased to announce that a further trial of a next generation broadcast technology, DVB-T2, commenced this week on the Gold Coast.read more