· What's on TV: Wednesday, June 3 →
Sure, there are adorable baby koalas (seriously, sooo adorable) but there's also a bit of grit and a bit of adult content.
· VMLY&R India wins the digital mandate for Colgate-Palmolive →
Through the association, the aim is to take the brand love established over the years by Colgate-Palmolive and translate it on new-age digital platforms, and create meaningful content and experiences for consumers across the country, Anil Nair, chief executive officer, VMLY&R India added.
· 'Students like the flexibility': why online universities are here to stay →
“It’s crucial the online learning experience is well-designed and we don’t simply shift existing content from one format to another,” she says.
· National Creative Industry Policy must be improved, says minister Saifuddin Abdullah →
On globalisation, Saifuddin said the ministry will work with the Foreign Ministry to create a creative content industry which is competitive and of international standard.
· Green Guide letters: TV and radio audiences have their say →
The content was poor and obvious and Judith Lucy was anything but funny.
· A winter of cobbler and no guilt →
This, actually, may be the winter of our content: a season built for hunkering down, avoiding the weather and indulging a little daydreaming.
· Please Explain podcast: counterfeit face masks in our hospitals →
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· Australian Engineers Create Recyclable Rubber Polymer to be Used in the Construction Industry →
There could also be any number of other ways to repurpose the polymer, such as purifying water from iron (made possible by the material’s high sulphur content) and then using the iron-rich rubber to make different construction materials.
· Federal Court says VicForests unlawfully logged rare possum habitat →
The agency’s own policies, such as the “interim greater glider strategy” were “defensive documents”, with the content suggesting VicForests felt “obliged” to have a policy to protect the greater glider but was reluctant to implement it, Justice Mortimer ruled.
· YouTube Kids app is now available for Apple TV →
YouTube Kids is meant to give children a safer alternative to YouTube, where even Restricted Mode can let through violent content and other things parents and caretakers don’t want kids to see.