All Posts By Dan Barrett
Dan Barrett is the Content Director of Televised Revolution. His musings on television have been heard across ABC Radio, on websites like The Guardian and Crikey, and drunkenly in pubs across the country. At night he spends too many hours watching repeats of Cheers.
On this weeks Televised Revolution podcast, the panel discuss Quickflix, Mad Men, Presto, SBS, Freeview, and so much more..
Fuelled by pure emotion, Dan and Eddie sit down immediately after watching the Mad Men finale as they try and make sense of the show.
Televised Revolution examines the chances of success of new US ABC series..
When Quickflix add Presto to their service in the coming months, not only will the service be offered in high definition, but it's expected to.
Quickflix today announced that they are shuttering their SVOD service to become a Presto reseller. This move completely redefines the Australian SVOD market, serving as.
Stan announced today that the subscription video on demand service is now available on Apple TV. .
The US Fox network were the first of the 5 broadcast networks to present their schedule. .
The government now want to tax people just as they're starting to access platforms like Netflix and are starting to do the right thing. .
With US broadcast TV increasingly losing wider cultural relevance for their scripted series, the cancellation of many of these shows are nowadays met with a.
Anyone who believes Australian FTA channels are going to go out of business following viewers adoption of digital platforms are going to be facing a.
In a conversation with Televised Revolution, Stan CEO Mike Sneesby has attributed the misconception Stan faces low traffic to the way that it is measured.
We have a chat with Stan CEO Mike Sneesby on this weeks Televised Revolution where we get to the heart of the bigger questions surrounding.
Sling TV is a US service that enables Americans to stream cable TV channels rather than watch them delivered by cable. Users don't need a.
After three months, subscribers are still unable to watch Stan through any of the devices connected to their television. Unlike other popular streaming video apps.
HBO don't want your money, Australian citizens! Meanwhile a titan of Australian media wants laws to stop you going overseas for content, cutting into his.