On the podcast this week Dan and Simon discuss the news around SBS this week and the shifts in the US as TV companies shift from traditional cable TV to...
Author - Dan Barrett
Dan Barrett is the Content Producer of Televised Revolution and serves as Deputy Editor for Mediaweek. His musings on television have been heard across ABC Radio, on websites like The Guardian and Crikey, and to strangers on the train during the commute home. He finds nothing wrong in spending entire weeks watching nothing but Cheers.
Plonk's Nathan Earl explains not only how Plonk came about, but also gives us the inside word on his involvement with the infamous Chaser APEC stunt
What's been added to Australian streaming services this week? Here's your weekly listings
Extending a chat with Televised Revolution beyond the interesting TV news stories of the week, guest co-host Dan Ilic explains why Australian TV and then AJ+...
There are some great shows missing from Australian SVOD services like Netflix, Stan, Quickflix, and Presto. Here is a list of much-needed shows
From women's prison drama Orange Is The New Black to a pompous comedian out in wine country, this week offers some great streaming options
A discussion about television. On a podcast. By people who spent all week watching television
During an electric first season, we learnt in True Detective that time is a flat circle. Season two, however, is just flat
TV listings of all the new shows and movies launching on Australian streaming this week on video services
We celebrate the 400th episode of Televised Revolution with a look back at how we watched TV a decade ago when we started
A brief look at the new Wachowski siblings Netflix series, Sense8
A weekly guide to movies and TV shows now streaming on Australian services
The Mumbrella360 State of Streaming panel brought together the heads of Australia's leading streaming video services. These are the 10 most important take-aways
This weeks podcast explores the shift back towards linear TV channels as Google launch Android Channels. The panel also discuss the controversy surrounding ABC...
The future of TV is not on-demand content watched through widgets on your TV. It's linear channels. Just like we've always used to watch TV