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Tag archives: gambling revenue

Gambling is the only growth area in advertising. No wonder media companies are hooked.

Glenn Dyer October 11, 2016 1 Comment

Media companies are lapping up revenue from gambling advertising, even though every dollar lost at a poker machine is a dollar a consumer can't spend elsewhere, which hurts advertising in other areas.

We need mining, gambling and property revenues

Crikey September 22, 2014 1 Comment

Crikey readers talk state taxes and the threat of terrorism.

Fox guarding the hen house? State government revenues raise regulatory questions

Fox guarding the hen house? State government revenues raise regulatory questions

Paddy Manning September 18, 2014 1 Comment

State governments shouldn't be in charge of regulating the industries whose duties and taxes prop up their budget.

Can states wean themselves off gambling, mining and property revenue?

Can states wean themselves off gambling, mining and property revenue?

Crikey September 18, 2014 8 Comments

Crikey can exclusively reveal the proportion of state and territory government revenues that come from property, mining and gambling. Can they be relied on to properly regulate these industries?

Last Bets: around the world in online casinos — first stop, Gibraltar

Tom Cowie June 22, 2011 2 Comments

Untaxed, unregulated and under the radar, the so-called "unofficial" sector of online gambling is increasing in popularity.