Roll-up screens and 8K resolution: what the future of television looks like

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) wrapped-up in Las Vegas last week. The annual event gives enthusiasts a taste of the latest gadgets and devices on the horizon of consumer technology. This year, we saw advances in digital health, new integrations for voice assistants, an expanding door to secure your deliveries (which can be heated or… Keep Reading

Interview with ABC News – Disney is no longer just that thing from your childhood. It is a cultural powerhouse

spoke with Paul Donoughe (@paulwdonoughue) at the ABC about the Disney’s recent success…. Netflix something to be concerned about?“I think it will,” says Victoria University lecturer in screen media Marc C-Scott, “and it will come from that branding aspect.” You can read the entire article here – http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-10-18/netflix-binge-racing-australia/9058456 Keep Reading

Journal Article – The prelude to television in Australia in Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

I recently had an article published in the Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television Abstract Whilst many media historians have examined television’s prehistory in Britain and the United States. Literature examining the history of television in Australia, prior to the 1956 inauguration, is far less developed. Much of the literature on Australian television history… Keep Reading

Facebook’s new video ‘Watch’ option enters an already crowded market

The Facebook Watch logo now appears on mobile apps. The Conversation, CC BY-ND Marc C-Scott, Victoria University Facebook’s global launch of its Watch video service fragments an already crowded market of video-on-demand available in Australia. The service was first launched in the US 12 months ago. At last week’s global launch, Facebook’s head of video,… Keep Reading

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