Aussies in Asia: The Thai island life of media man Tim Newton

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by  Peter Olszewski Featured in this week’s edition of mediaweek.com.au There’s also a tropical island buzz about the way Thaiger conducts its business What do you do if you’re a middle-aged entrepreneurial spirit, a self-confessed media junkie who’s put in 20 years in Australian radio, then invested in a Chinese boat-building business and went bust? If you’re  Tim Newton , you pack your bags and head for a tropical island like Phuket where you can eat cheap Thai food and hang up a shingle saying you’re in media business mode again, but fully embracing the digital world. That was Newton’s move in 2012, and now, after some savvy moves, he’s heading  Thaiger , which he launched basically as just an FM radio station in October 2016 when he and a friend bought the digital assets of the once print-heavy  Phuket Gazette , which had shut up shop

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