Malcolm Turnbull — A Feisty Interview with the Shadow Minister

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Simon Moorhead

Keywords

Liz Fell, Malcolm Turnbull, Australian telecommunications history, Australian journalism, Telecommunications Journal of Australia

Abstract

Liz Fell’s interview in 2011 with the Australian Shadow Minister for Telecommunications, Malcolm Turnbull MP, was notable for his combativeness (rare amongst her interviewees). In tribute to both Ms Fell and Mr Turnbull, we republish that interview with the future Prime Minister who, as Minister for Communications in 2013-15, implemented the multi-technology mix redesign of the National Broadband Network.

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References

Fell, L. (2011). Malcolm Turnbull: A Feisty Interview with the Shadow Minister, Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 61(1), 2.1-2.10. https://researchbank.swinburne.edu.au/file/8e19d297-67ac-45e7-8f9f-d4565b67221f/1/tja_2011_vol61_no1_02-fell.pdf
Gerrand, P. (2010). The National Broadband Network. The defining issue in Australian politics in 2010, Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 60(4), 52.1-52.4. https://researchbank.swinburne.edu.au/file/44d431fe-123c-49f7-9877-83997b425957/1/tja_2010_vol60_no4_01-gerrand.pdf
Turnbull, M. (2020). A Bigger Picture, Melbourne: Hardie Grant Books. See especially Chapter 17, ‘Back from the edge and back on the frontbench’, pp. 176-181, and Chapter 18, ‘The NBN’, pp. 182-191.