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August 09 Edition Cover

From little things, big things grow!

28 Sep 2010

From little things, big things grow! Image

Docklands TV migrated from the REALLY small screen to the REALLY big screen last month.

The internet-based docklandstv.com.au showcases our suburb to the rest of the world via live video streaming technology.  

And a specially packaged DVD of each previous week’s shows is also shown widely around Docklands via large screen displays in shops, offices, foyers, pubs and cafes.

Docklands News editor Shane Scanlan thanked all the businesses which are now showing Docklands TV.

“In particular, I want to thank Rod Stoller of Logistics Events for generously offering to screen Docklands TV twice daily on the Waterfront City big screen,” Mr Scanlan said.

And coming soon is a three-month trial of live video streaming of City of Melbourne council and committee meetings.  The first show is due to screen at 5pm on October 5.


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