Tim Mulligan

How Netflix is Slowly Disrupting YouTube

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Blog post by Tim Mulligan
One of the foundational cornerstones of monetising the digital economy is that there are two ways of paying for digital content: either with your wallet or with your attention. In the digital video streaming…
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Why Netflix Needs To Consider Advertising

Blog post by Tim Mulligan
Last Friday’s (August 17th) revelation, that global subscription video on demand (SVOD) market leader Netflix was running trailers  on the service for its original content shows, has created a Voldemort…
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Wall Street Begins to Unfriend Facebook

Blog post by Tim Mulligan
Yesterday (July 25 th ) Facebook announced its Q2 earnings and the results were not what the big financial speculators were looking for. Revenue for the quarter was $13.32 billion versus the $13.36 billion…
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Where Verizon went wrong with go90

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Blog post by Tim Mulligan
Last week Verizon, the US’s second largest telco provider with 116 million wireless subscribers, announced the closure of its pioneering mobile-first video streaming service which launched in 2015. Go90…
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Is This The Last Broadcast TV World Cup?

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Blog post by Tim Mulligan
The football World Cup – historically the world’s biggest international sporting event by viewership, kicked off last Thursday (14 June) in Moscow, with host nation Russia dispatching Saudi Arabia…
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Telcos, Media, and the Battle for Monopsony

Blog post by Tim Mulligan
This week has seen the culmination of unprecedented moves in the realignment of the Telco and media ecosystems. In October 2016 AT&T, the largest US Telco, put in a bid to acquire content conglomerate…
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