Communications Day's Grahame Lynch keeps telco executives in ANZ up-to-date with essential business intelligence, featuring interviews with C-level executives & government ministers in this weekly podcast. Find show notes at: https://commsday.podbean.com/
#86 What Telstra’s Vicky Brady, shadow minister Sarah Henderson and ACCC said at ACCANect
This week we listen in to Telstra CEO Vicky Brady and shadow minister Sarah Henderson at the annual ACCAN event, discuss the rather bleak view of the ACCC of the telco sector and discuss Australian plays on satellite-to-mobile. We return in two weeks
#85 Telstra’s Michael Ackland talks sports partnerships
Telstra made two big tech announcements this week around the AFL and NRL rights. We get the lowdown from Simon Dux who interviewed Telstra CFO Michael Ackland.
#84 New Telstra CEO Vicki Brady | Telegeography | Nokia | Senator Jim Molan
In this episode of CommsDay Live:
* what Telstra CEO Vicki Brady said in her first speech in the role
* Senator Jim Molan talks physical threats to telecom infrastructure
* Telegeography analyst Marvin Tan on trans Pacific capacity
* Nokia President of Network Infrastructure Federico Guillen on supply chain issues
#83 Telstra CEO Andy Penn on the cyber threat environment, Optus’ Gladys Berejiklian on bush telecoms
In this edition we play the highlights of Telstra CEO Andy Penn's NPC address on cybersecurity and what Optus' Gladys Berejiklian said at the Daily Telegraph Bush Summit in Griffith.
#82 TPG Telecom CEO Inaki Berroeta on 1H results, Symbio CEO Rene Sugo talks NBN futures
In this week's podcast, Grahame Lynch discusses the latest TPG Telecom results with CEO Inaki Berroeta and does a deep dive into the future of the NBN Co with Symbio CEO Rene Sugo
#81 FY results from NBN Co and Telstra: what the execs said
Both Telstra and NBN Co released their financial results this week. We hear from Michael Ackland, Brendon Riley and Andy Penn of Telstra about fixed wireless, national fibre trunk and network sharing topics while we also have an extended chat with NBN CEO Stephen Rue about his results.
A must listen for anyone in the Comms industry
CommsDay Live podcast is a fantastic extension to the industry leading CommsDay publication. It expands in depth on issues affecting the comms sector. The CommsDay team’s access to people of influence in the industry is second to none ensuring they have an informative and entertaining podcast. If you are involved in Communications, it is a must listen.
Great Podcast for Communications Industry
Just like some of us can't start the day without coffee, many of us that work in the communications industry can't start the day without reading CommsDay. Well, having now caught the first seven episodes of the new CommsDay weekly podcast, I have another fix - this additional podcast platform for CommsDay is fantastic. Whilst it reflects the depth of the daily email edition with news across a wide spectrum of commercial, regulatory, political and tech analysis for telco in A/NZ, it adds flavour with interviews and commentary that bring the email edition to life. The dulcet tones of podcast host Grahame Lynch and commentary from editors Simon Dux and Rohan Pearce make for easy and informative listening on the morning commute. I thoroughly recommend.
Great initiative from a great Comms Company
Commsday is the only Publication Company in Oceania region, who is able to provide up to date information on what is happening with Telco Industry in ANZ. One of the reason for their success is probably the relationship they have with every organisation in the Industry. It’s a difficult task, when Telco is a competitive market.
Didn’t know that they started in 1994. I’m sure initially the big transformation, was from paper to .pdf. And this new effort to start a Podcast just shows how innovative Commsday is as a Publication Company.
As we move towards the 4th Industrial Revolution, I am certain that Commsday will be there in the journey - providing important technology news via they’re new Podcast.
It is difficult to find an honest and fair journalism these days...