The project management skills of Broadcast Australia are well illustrated by the major antenna replacement project at Mount Wellington in Hobart, Tasmania. Completed at the end of February 2018, the project ran for about two years, replacing the FM antenna, removing the analogue TV antenna, replacing the digital TV antenna and installing a new DAB (digital radio) antenna.
- Improving connectivity in the Pacific Islands 19 Feb 2019
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 culture (delivering daily news and programs) and safety (generating public awareness in times of emergency). In […]
- Delivering the next generation of television 30 Nov 2018
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 it’s convenient. Alongside this expansion, broadcasters continue to innovate. Technological developments are providing broadcasters with exciting new content propositions and […]
- Supporting communities across the globe 18 Jul 2018
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, the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu supporting the ABC and Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT’s) […]