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May 3, 2012

Idiot’s Guide to the Convergence Review: content competition

When it comes to convergence, it’s clear that content is king.

Andrew Dodd

Media lecturer and journalist

When it comes to convergence, it’s clear that content is king. But take a glance at chapter three of the Convergence Review and you’ll soon see that the task of creating competition so the whole community can consume that content is incredibly complex.

So, my fellow idiots, here is an attempt to explain how the Convergence Review proposes to ensure that the content on our media remains competitive.

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  1. izatso?

    So the Regulator should have posession of the Rule Book, the Ball, the Goalposts, the Boundaries, and control the Impetus and Flow of Play. until Half-time….. until real competition developes….. until then, everybody gets to STFU. I know, I know, dream on…..

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