Kate Bulkley

A dose of virtual reality

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Is VR the next big thing? Kate Bulkley looks at the bigger picture. The end of pure TV as we know it is nigh. In… Read more

Content is still King

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Kate Bulkley assesses the threat of a “Convergence Bloodbath” as Millennials grow up.  The march towards convergence has been going on a while but it has taken… Read more

OTT’s eastern promise

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Over-the-top distribution is the new normal and the days of launching conventional linear TV channels may be numbered, writes Kate Bulkley. The appetite for buying… Read more

Kings of content

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Pay TV operators, mobile providers and tech giants are all investing in content assets, and there is a lot to play for, writes Kate Bulkley… Read more

The battle for cable

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Consolidation in the European cable market is far from over and Liberty Global is not the only potential buyer on the lookout for acquisitions, reports… Read more

BT’s sporting chance

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BT Sport’s football offering is primarily about securing broadband business, but will the gamble pay off, asks Kate Bulkley. I was recently invited to BT’s… Read more

IP opens up the TV race

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Migration to IP is already changing the nature of the game for broadcasters, writes Kate Bulkley. So here’s the thing. At the moment, TV Everywhere… Read more

Learning to love pay TV

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German consumers are beginning to warm to pay TV, and Sky Deutschland stands to benefit, writes Kate Bulkley The annual Cable Congress is always a… Read more

Pay TV feels the pressure

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Pay TV operators must not be complacent about new threats to their business model, writes Kate Bulkley. The future could be sooner than we think.… Read more

The Googorola dilemma

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The marriage of Google and Motorola Mobility raises a number of intriguing possibilities, writes Kate Bulkley. Several years ago the verb ‘to Google’ entered the… Read more

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