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Interview with The New Daily – Disney Plus starts strong but needs to add more: Experts

Spoke with Zona Black from The New Daily about the uptake of Disney’s streaming service DisneyPlus. Disney Plus starts strong but needs to add more – https://thenewdaily.com.au/life/tech/2020/02/27/disney-plus-content-2020/ Keep Reading

Interview with The Sydney Morning Herald – Australians pirating less as streaming services thrive

I spoke with Jennifer Duke and Nick Bonyhady from The Sydney Morning Herald about the decline in piracy and streaming service subscriptions continue to increase. You can read the full article here: https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/australians-pirating-less-as-streaming-services-thrive-20191227-p53n5m.html Keep Reading

Interview with The New Daily – Loyalty programs are Foxtel’s frantic bid to fend off streaming giants

Spoke with Zona Black from The New Daily about Foxtel’s new loyalty program – Foxtel First – with rewards to be dished out to customers on a four-tier platform. Foxtel dealt more blows as Nine posts rumours of new documentary TV channel – https://thenewdaily.com.au/life/tech/2019/10/30/foxtel-loyalty-program-what/ Keep Reading

Interview with ABC News – Streaming subscriptions on the rise as TV ad revenue comes under pressure

spoke with Stephanie Chalmers (@StephChalm) at the ABC about the impact of streaming service on Australian Commercial Free to Air broadcasters. “I think for Seven to really push through in the future, they need to be involved in this space,” Dr C-Scott said.“They’re really going to have to look at how they situate themselves in… Keep Reading

Interview with The Sydney Morning Herald – Spoilt for choice: what the explosion in streaming services means for you

I spoke with Karl Quinn from The Sydney Morning Herald about the increase of new streaming services and the fragmentation of the media. You can read the full article here: https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/tv-and-radio/spoilt-for-choice-what-the-explosion-in-streaming-services-means-for-you-20190329-p5190j.html Keep Reading

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

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