Digital Media stories
Reply retains all six Microsoft Solutions Partner designations for second year
Reply secures all six Microsoft Solutions Partner designations for a second year, highlighting its technical capabilities.
Digital footprints: News sites emit more CO2 than expected
Australia's biggest news websites have a greater carbon footprint than the average site, says a report by digital agency WongDoody.
Adobe Express with Firefly integration now commercially available
Adobe Express is the AI-first, all-in-one creativity app that makes it fast, easy and fun for any user to design and share standout content.
NBA and Unbnd announce an immersive content partnership
NBA partners with Unbnd for immersive Mixed Reality broadcasts in Australia, Singapore.
Digital Commons' media solutions 'off to a flying start'
Digital Commons, a New Zealand-based digital media startup, has been busy securing some valuable deals since its formation in April 2016.
University of Otago hosts 'From State to Social Media' event
National and overseas speakers have been invited to explore the complex and evolving interaction between states and ‘old’ and ‘new’ forms of media.
How should content be regulated in NZ?
The NZ Govt is sparking discussions around whether policy and regulatory frameworks are fit-for-purpose in the current media landscape.
Game development and zombies: Capital E launches school programmes
Capital E Digital Studio is hosting two programmes for juniors and seniors taking place in this year’s April school holidays.
Digitisation gives education resources a future
A project by eTV and Silver & Ballard to digitise video tapes from the archives of the Victoria University of Wellington is now complete.
Digital media skills essential for 21st century workforce
New Zealand and Australian educators agree that digital media skills are essential for employability, says an Adobe study presented at this week’s 9th annual Adobe Education Leadership Forum held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The changing face of digital media in 2014...
With a company’s website most likely the first place a new or existing customer experiences your business, you’d better make sure its bang on.
To pay or not to pay
NewsA message on just how eagerly Web users might embrace the idea of paying for news online was received loud and clear recently.