This week's selection of current articles that should be of interest to traditional, digital and social media marketers in Australia:
Fairfax fight for headline rights: FAIRFAX is claiming that the The Australian Financial Review's headlines and bylines are protected by copyright.
Ten years on and Google is the king: A DECADE ago it barely existed, now it is a verb, a "frenemy" to the media and advertising agencies. It is even down your street photographing your house. It is Google, the handy internet search tool that has evolved into the most dominant media player on the planet.
Google's Chrome Shines in Blogosphere: Data-Blocking Changes to Microsoft's IE May Have Fueled Search Giant's Effort to Launch Its Own Browser.
SBS seeks $70m for digital expansion: SBS will ask the Federal Government for a 37 per cent increase in funding, with the extra $70 million a year to go towards a network offering four digital television stations, another 100 hours of original Australian programs, and nine new digital radio channels.