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E7 – Netflix takes over cable, Subscription overtakes FTA TV & VR with special guest Stephanie Andrews

In this episode we discuss Netflix and how it could impact cable in the US and overtake box office spending. We talk about some recent developments in the Australian TV landscape, Fan reactions and 360video and we have a special guest Stephanie Andrews to talk 3D and VR. (Recorded: 20th Tuesday June, 2017). SHOW NOTES: Segment 1… Keep Reading

Episode 5 – BBC partners with Twitter, PVoD & The eSports Network

In this episode we discuss BBC looking to Twitter to reach youth. Premium movie releases, The future of TV and Wearables, The state of the Internet, A-League comes to Ten and I have special guest Joel Collie from eSports Network. (Recorded: Thursday 6th June, 2017). SHOW NOTES: Segment 1 – BBC to reach youth via Twitter Twitter live… Keep Reading

Episode 3 – Sports media for a (VR) crowd and Netlfix Booed…

In this episode we discuss sports media being more than the home viewers, watching video in a crowd, should sports broadcasts be free, the continued battle between traditional media and streaming and Netflix booed. (Recorded: Tuesday 23rd May, 2017) SHOW NOTES: Segment 1- Sports Media is more than the home audience, there are people in the stands… Keep Reading

Episode 2 – Streaming, Price Hikes and TV for your Dog

In this episode we discuss will the Internet be able to handle a Super Bowl audience, where is live streaming and where could it be going. Netflix testing a price hike in Australia, the massive audience growth in eSports and TV for your Dog. (Recorded: Tuesday 16th May, 2017) SHOW NOTES: Segment 1-  Will the Internet be… Keep Reading

Chasing the audience: is it over and out for cricket on free to air TV?

How Australians watch cricket on screens in the future could depend on what happens with the Nine Network’s current discussions with Cricket Australia over the 2018-23 media rights. UBS media analyst Eric Choi said the current deal costs Nine about A$100 million a year but generates only A$60 million to A$70 million in gross revenue.… Keep Reading

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