Posts written by Mark Donnigan

It’s Unreasonable to Expect ISPs Alone to Finance OTT Video Traffic

The opposing forces at the core of data caps Data usage caps have nothing to do with technology limitations, but they have everything to do with the economic investment required by ISPs to handle the overwhelming increase in traffic as a result of online video. On one side we have the ISPs that have invested […]

Why The Future of Sports Broadcasting Must Keep Pace with Live Streaming Adoption

Today’s sports fans expect digital availability everywhere and their viewing expectations are constantly rising. As fans have more choices to access content outside the home, will broadcasters be able to keep pace with the technology necessary to support live streaming? Will the Big Game Be Live Streamed or Televised? OTT (over-the-top, Internet delivery) services are […]

Over the Top: The War for TV is Heating Up in Q3

Video Compression Taking Center Stage TV is at a tipping point. Over the top, or OTT, is the industry term for video content delivered over the Internet, but you probably know it better as Netflix, HBO Go or Hulu.  With Netflix counting more than 40 million subs in the US and HBO Go enabling access […]

Effects of a Crowded Net on Streaming Service ARPU

Do we have any hope of surviving the multi-screen, place shifting consumer? If you are reading this post then you already know that video has taken over the Internet, so I will spare you a paragraph of needless recitals from the latest industry polls stating as such.  Instead I wish to discuss an overlooked solution, […]

Introducing Beamr Blogger – Mark Donnigan

Hi, my name is Mark Donnigan.  As the Vice President of Sales & Market Development at Beamr, I am responsible for the commercial success of the Beamr Video product line. My formal education is in computer science and music, a combination which lead me to Cornell University where I recently completed MBA Certificate courses, and […]