Australia Makes Big Tech Pay for News, Literally

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On this Business Casual segment, hosts Tyler Kern and Daniel Litwin are joined by producer Taylor Bagley to highlight a shift in Australian media dynamics between legacy corporate media platforms, independent journalism, and Big Tech aggregators. Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg released plans to force major tech companies, like Google and Facebook, to pay media groups for placing their news on their monolithic web platforms. The Business Casual hosts give their takes on…

  • Why local, independent journalism is so necessary and important
  • The dynamics that keep media organizations from seeing money from Google and Facebook aggregation

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