Tim Mulligan

Linear TV And The Enduring Call Of The Wild

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Blog post by Tim Mulligan
Planet Earth II has shown that there’s still such a thing as appointment to view in TV for non-live events. The BBC’s flagship natural history series had 9.2 million views for its season opener on…
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Why AT&T Has Decided To Acquire Time Warner

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Blog post by Tim Mulligan
The most powerful force in nature is when two landmasses moving in opposite directions come up against each other. The result of these two tectonic plates irrepressibly pushing up against one another is…
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Why Scheduling Has Come To Facebook Live

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Blog post by Tim Mulligan
Today’s rollout of live video scheduling on Facebook is both a strategic move of vision and a tantamount recognition that the current iteration now requires modification. From today verified page administrators…
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Is SVOD Destined To Remain Niche?

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This week is a significant week for SVOD (Subscription Video On Demand) services. On Monday Netflix announced its third quarter numbers which have highlighted the slow down in growth in domestic subscriber…
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The Inevitable Video Data Wars

Blog post by Tim Mulligan
Netflix’s recent filing to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) inquiry on advanced broadband sets the stakes for a clash of world views between the TV and the tech worlds. The SVOD giant’s…
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Why Snapchat Is Getting Into Augmented Reality

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The news that messaging app of the moment Snapchat is investing in building out an augmented reality device similar to the Google Glass product marks a pivotal moment in the five year old company’s history.…
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