I’m curious, is it youtube that flags the content originally or is it Endemol?
It’s just an internet stream though effectively, 31 has one it’s issue is sponsors not seeing any benefit to that compared to broadcast.
It’s an automatic process after Endemol submit the episode as a copyrighted show
It appears all fo the episodes have actually been submitted ahead of time for the season as well interestingly…
I found the copyright claims usually come in mid-morning the day after tx
Can’t thank Ahron enough for this amazing look inside Ticker - and we’ll have the full interview with Ticker Jumpstart hosts Benjamin Norris & Alana McClean up on YouTube soon!
Nice report mate
Mics around 0:50 fucked, just like the real broadcast! Either that or she just yells ALL the time!
Also, they still use Windows 7!
Great story otherwise @Puggo19.
That’s my bad - wasn’t getting too close due to social distancing - normally the mic quality is quite good.
Can I just say, whatever you think about Ticker’s programs or hosts, it is truly a great operation given the small size of their team, and their studio (which is one floor in case you haven’t realised).
Well done to Ahron and the entire team
You are doing a great job with a smaller team and no budget.
Thanks mate - 6 News is an ever expanding operation, can’t thank everyone enough (especially those of you on MS) for your support! And we’ll have something exciting to show you next Sunday as well…
You know it’s so cool what you’re doing and passionate about at such an early age (no offence)!
Wish and probably a lot of other people on here had this confidence.
Current climate everything is wrong, and you are being a good news story itself.
Haha thanks mate - no offense taken! Appreciate your support
How are they sourcing news footage and copy without field crews and journalists? Have they got resourcing deals in place with international wire services? There are a lot of unanswered questions here. How do people outside media junkies know about this service?
They don’t, thus why their streams never break about 20 viewers. Of course as I’ve covered a couple times here, the website proudly states a reach of “over 3 million Australians per month, across the website, app, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and LinkedIn”, which is guaranteed to be bullshit.
Honestly it has all the hallmarks of a pet project funded by deep pockets from some mysterious source (I think we can probably take a guess what kind of source this is, but I wouldn’t dare speculate).
How are Ticker affording to pay all these employees as well as the studio expenses (power, internet, etc.) Surely a small start up like this (especially one only averaging under 10 viewers) isn’t turning large profits.
I don’t hate the idea of Ticker, but it does feel very passion project related and how long can they last before they run out of money?
They must be getting it from somewhere as they are introducing more live programming.
Although i notice Ahron has stopped replying here
Yeah I’m not surprised, he’s probably too busy hosting, running and re-launching Ticker than to worry about what some media spyers from the internet have to say.
Of course. Just thought he might try and defend the network at some point.