2020 changed the way startup founders think about working. And now, as attention turns to how we’ll manage returning to the office – even tech companies that last year said people can work from home indefinitely are now having a rethink – the question is what will the future of work look like, and how… Read more »
2020 changed the way we think about work and the office. And now, as attention turns to how we’ll manage returning to the office – even tech companies that last year said people can work from home indefinitely are now having a rethink – the question is what will the future of work look like.… Read more »
New Zealand-founded, Singapore-based video production startup 90 Seconds has raised US$20 million ($28 million) in Series B funding.
The transient nature of work in the industry, however, can mean that as staff come and go, businesses don’t have time to train employees. Looking to make it easier is Melbourne-founded Typsy, founded by Jonathan Plowright.
Telstra says its video business Ooyala is now worth zero – this could have been avoided by focusing on creators
Companies like Vimeo and Youtube have built their culture around celebrating the creator community on their platforms and the work they create. Telstra and Ooyala didn’t.
The alternative to embracing innovation is a culture focused on having the right answers, rather than asking the right questions – “hippo syndrome”.
Between investigative podcasts and interactive articles, the nature of the media is undergoing constant change, spurred on by the digital age. Media companies both niche and global are no stranger to this process, including the New York Times, an organisation which testing startup Optimizely helped make the leap from paper to online. According to Dan… Read more »
Tackling the issue of social isolation is Gabriel Cares, through a platform allowing elderly people to video chat with friends and family members.
Dan Siroker is the founder of Optimizely, the number one tech platform for testing and experimentation.
Sydney-based startup Grei offers a multimedia content platform aimed at improving financial literacy in China
Targeting a Chinese audience, the Grei app looks to improve financial literacy through mentorship from experts and leaders and educational content.
Oovvuu reads hundreds of thousands of articles daily from global publishers and matches them with relevant video content from broadcasters in a bid to tell the news in “a more informative, immersive, and engaging way”.
Working to deliver VR to the advertising industry is Melbourne startup FGMNT, a VR and augmented reality (AR) development company
WaggaWagga.tv has received a $15,000 grant from Jobs for NSW to help expand its broadcast network to locations across the regional Australia.
Augment space allows users to upload 360 degree photos and easily create interactive, 360 degree virtual tours for as little as $10.
Sydney startup SnackableTV looks to be a free streaming platform, or network, for high quality short form content aimed at millennial viewers.