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Streaming video on demand (SVOD) company Quickflix has terminated its agreement to be a reseller of content for another SVOD service, Presto. The company made the announcement to the ASX yesterday, saying the agreement had not been met and was therefore terminated. “Quickflix is pursuing other opportunities in relation to content

Netflix chief executive Reed Hastings told shareholders last week that the company regrets signing data cap agreements with Australian ISPs. Before Netflix was released in Australia, the US-based company signed unmetered usage deals with Australian internet service providers, including Optus and iiNet. These deals meant that the data used to watch

Four out of ten Australian companies have experienced a denial of service attack (DDoS ) in the last twelve months.  While most companies have plans in place to mitigate for such an experience almost half have never tested their response and capabilities. And one in five companies have no strategy

Australia’s third largest online media business,  REA Group – owner of realestate.com.au – will bring its huge first party consumer data set to bear in a partnership with programmatic video provider TubeMogul, that is designed to help brands better target video advertising to the site’s millions of consumers. The digital

Pay television leader Foxtel has confirmed that it will bring its programmatic digital video advertising operations in-house. The company is also looking to invest more of its branding dollars into digital video ads, and will launch branded video ad campaigns using programmatic software. Foxtel is likely to be the first

Which-50 has partnered with ADMA to bring you a series of exclusive interviews with leading data science thinkers around the world. If you missed them, here are links to some of the interviews: Isson, Srivastava and Roberts will all be visiting Sydney to present at the ADMA BI & Analytics Lab

Australia Post will accelerate its China push and, by extension, the entree of Australian brands into the market by offering an Alibaba shop front on Tmall — underpinned by a suite of free services such as translation and customer support, Which-50 has learned. An announcement is expected as early as

Having watched rivals like Oracle and Salesforce buy their way into the competitive marketing technology sector, SAP has responded by hitching its wagon to Adobe. At least for now. The two companies today announced a strategic alliance which will see SAP resell Adobe’s marketing cloud with its HANA platform and

Net neutrality looks like it took another hit today. Netflix revealed that it will pay Comcast to ensure its customers get faster and more reliable speeds and service. While technically it is not paying for preferential data speed treatment – instead it is paying to install web caches in local

Almost unnoticed, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayers’s decision to buy Tumblr has given the micro-blogging social network beloved by teenagers (and Which-50 publishers) a massive boost. Which-50 has tested the numbers, and in just eight weeks since the deal was sealed Tumblr has added 14 million new blogs — up 13