I have written on oft occasions of my desire to purchase Foxtel. Yet due to a rather strict body corporate policy in my 1960s-era apartment building, I must remain a humble free-to-air viewer, for now. However, this week the sports broadcast landscape changed in this country: Optus came out of nowhere to pinch the EPL…Read More Optus Wins EPL Rights, But What Does This Mean For Foxtel?
I have a close friend named Toby who, at the age of ten, switched his allegiance from one English football side to another. To this day, the now 30-year-old is regularly ribbed by his mates for this innocent act of childhood naivety. I didn’t even know Toby when he was ten, but that hasn’t stopped me…Read More Savvy Packer’s Investment in Souths Further Sign of Humanity’s Moral Decay
Given that The Public Apology now has a presence in several Asian markets, it is important to distinguish the various customs in each territory in order to do business. Indeed, one must seek to master the art of non-verbal Japanese communication… As you may already know, The Public Apology is seeking to penetrate North Asian markets as part of an aggressive expansion…Read More TPA Continues North Asian Offensive with Japan Trip
The Public Apology founder Dave J. Edwards has put the company’s well-publicised Asian push in jeopardy after a major cultural gaffe during a meeting in China. During the high-level meeting with a major Chinese corporation, Edwards, who is currently in China representing the TPA Media Holdings Group, failed to properly exchange business cards according to…Read More TPA Founder Commits Major Cultural Gaffe on China Trip
For the first time ever, readers in mainland China will be able to access content from esteemed online sports journal The Public Apology (TPA). The arrangement is the result of a landmark deal brokered by TPA founder and chief editor Dave J. Edwards in Beijing yesterday. Mr Edwards is currently on a business visit to North Asia to…Read More Landmark Deal Sees TPA Penetrate the Great Firewall of China