WaggaWagga.tv has received a $15,000 grant from Jobs for NSW to help expand its broadcast network to locations across the regional Australia.
We all know kids will think and believe some crazy things, but some things are crazier than others: a survey of year six kids conducted in 2012 for the Australian Council for Educational Research found 27 percent believe yoghurt grows on trees, while three quarters believe cotton is an animal product. Looking to fill these… Read more »
Looking to turn the second screen into an asset is Australian startup Path 51, a system which allows advertisers to serve ads on a viewer’s second screen through Facebook or Google ads, synced in real time with television and radio commercials.
This year, Startup Daily will be co-producing a segment within the show Kochies Business Builders called Elevator Pitch that will specifically focus on technology startups.
When you’re on a boat in the middle of an ocean, a paper map isn’t always useful in helping you locate yourself. Launched in July 2012, Marines Zones is “the real fisherman’s friend”. The three-app range helps recreational fishermen avoid hefty fines by alerting them when they’re in a no-fish zone in Australia.