Media

 

With two regular ABC Local Radio segments on ABC Sydney 702 Weekends and nationally on Tony Delroy’s Nightlife program, the latter with a regular audience of over 800,000 listeners across metropolitan and regional Australia, Paul is the most listened to expert on how technology, computers and the Internet is changing our society.

Appearances have included ABC television, A current Affair, TV channels Seven and Nine, ABC Television News, Radio 3AW, 2GB and various ABC Local Radio and Radio National programs. Paul is available for comment on issues including the National Broadband Network, social networking, new media and technology issues.

Recent media appearances have included;

The Global online tax battle An ABC Drum panel discussion on Internet shopping and change
Getting it wrong. The Y2K bug revisted: A discussion on ABC Radio National Future Tense
Choosing your friends online. A discussion on sensible online networking
Broadband and You, a debate on Radio National Lifematters
What is cloud computing? ABC Nightlife across Australia
ABC 1233 Newcastle with Carol Duncan on the National Broadband Network
Channel Nine A Current Affair on the National Broadband Network
ABC Nightlife on trust in the online world
Discussion with Lars Rasmussen about Google Maps and Wave on ABC Nightlife

If you are interested in Paul’s upcoming radio, television or speaking appearances, please visit our Events page for all the details or subscribe to the Codebreakers newsletter.

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