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.
Norway has the highest spend on SVOD in the Nordics with 730,000 households holding an SVOD subscription in Q3 2014. .
The Netherlands, which once stood as the primary physical entry point for film prints entering Europe, has kept up with technology, embracing online consumption.
Despite significant successes at the global box office, Marvel have maintained two major black dots against their name: They’re ten films in without one starring.
†he ratio of English language series against locally produced films and TV series is considerably different with far fewer US titles in the library than.
A snapshot look at the Netflix service currently running in Luxembourg. What sort of content do they have? And do they have hidden in their.
Bosch's ambition is to be the procedural crime series for adults who want to be entertained by something beyond immature material served to viewers weekly..
A snapshot look at the Netflix service currently running in Ireland. What sort of content do they have? .
As we kick off 2015, the Televised Revolution panel have joined together once again to discuss their adventures in television over the Christmas/new year break..
With public and FTA broadcasters dominating much of the German TV market, take-up of pay television services has been relatively low. Currently just 18% of.
Dan Barrett sits down with Danger 5 co-creator/co-writer/actor David Ashby about the second season return of Danger 5. Ashby details the process in bringing the.
After a very quiet month of dwindling TV options, January is back swinging with series returning from their Christmas hiatus, along with a bunch of.
Beloved cult classic Danger 5 returns to TV this week. On this episode of The Couch, Dan Barrett sits down with Dario Russo, David Ashby,.
Marking an Australian first for a television series, Televised Revolution is proudly delivering a special run of podcasts to engage with the second series of.
Televised Revolution winds out the year with a casual chat about 2014, the shows that defined the year, our changing habits, and how TV changed.
It’s important to acknowledge is that The Interview isn’t a very good movie. While not terrible, it fails to land most of its jokes and James.