Tim Mulligan

Snapchat Video Comes Into Its Own

Blog post by Tim Mulligan
So something remarkable happened at this year’s Grammys awards. Not the who, where or what about the winners of the world’s most prestigious music awards ceremony. Something far more profound for…
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Apple Get Into Scripted Drama With Dr Dre

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Blog post by Tim Mulligan
The inevitable first shot by Apple in the video streaming originals battle has been fired. On Friday the Hollywood Reporter ran with the announcement that Apple was paying for media mogul Andre Young –…
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Google And The Battle For The TV Set

Blog post by Tim Mulligan
The Future of TV Coalition , a coalition of US Pay-TV companies whose 47 members include Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications and Dish Network has reacted strongly to Google’s latest attempt…
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Why Spotify Is Getting Into Video

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Blog post by Tim Mulligan
This week looks set to herald the launch of  video content on Spotify’s Android app with a video enabling update coming to the service’s iOS app coming later. Initially the video viewing functionality…
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How Pay-TV Can Get Netflix Off Its Front Lawn

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Amidst all the positive news about Netflix’s continuing growth story, some interesting points were touched upon in yesterday’s Netflix Q4 2015 Earnings Interview with analysts. Perhaps the most revealing…
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The Birth of The ESPN For Video Games?

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Blog post by Tim Mulligan
Amidst all the Pay TV industry angst around ESPN, Disney’s troubled Sports-Network, a new venture has appeared which specifically aims to replicate ESPN’s business model. Activision Blizzard, the gaming…
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Disney At The End of 2015: A Tale Of Two Brands

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Blog post by Tim Mulligan
Friday’s downgrade of Disney stock by BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield to a sell rating was based upon the current travails of its Sports broadcasting flagship ESPN. This resulted in a 4% decline in Disney’s…
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