Improving connectivity in the Pacific Islands

Alan Hubbard, Broadcast Australia Technical Training Leader. Connecting people in regional and remote areas is something that we’re very passionate about at Broadcast Australia. This is especially important in the Pacific Islands, where broadcasters play a key role in...

Delivering the next generation of television

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...

Supporting communities across the globe

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,...

Introducing a new wave of broadcast transmission efficiency

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....

Simon McFadden Interview with TowerXchange

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   Broadcast Australia offers largest...

A little leave creates a lot of magic

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.

Minister Fifield launches DTV portal services in Crookwell

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.

Boost to SBS capacity for food channel launch

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.

Tower Power: Green Energy for Transmission Facilities

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.

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