Winning can be a joy. It’s what we are encouraged to do all the way from our childhood sports days at school to our modern workplace environment, both individually and as a team.
It’s a special kind of satisfaction to win at something you respect, or even love. To this day I remember being joyful beyond words when I won a Heinz “Noodle Doodles” art competition in Ireland back in the ...
I was delighted hear from Guillem Murcia from the Spanish political blog Rotekeil.com, who wanted to chat about my musical past with the band Marxman. You can read the interview translated to Spanish here, and the original below. I would also highly recommend Guillems mixtape “The Nature Of The Long Depression” featuring an unreleased Marxman cut here.
Interview with Oisin Lunny from the hip-hop group Marxman
We spoke to the producer of one of the most incendiary ...
I’m delighted to be presenting a webinar on behalf of @openmarket with @TMCnet later on today.
Join me at 16:00 UK time / 11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST here -> bit.ly/MobileCEX
I was honoured to appear in CNN for a second time, this time talking about how mobile adoption is changing how we access an increasingly digital money ecosystem.
Here is my latest piece for the Guardian online “Will mobile kill the video star?”
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Will mobile kill the video star?
Will the wave of new formats aimed at mobile video augment or simply replace traditional TV viewing? Oisin Lunny explores how mobile could determine the future of video consumption.
The gogglebox, beloved of politicians and advertisers alike for its effortless inducement of states of suggestibility, could be ...
I was honoured to join the indefatigable Darren Hemmings, Andrea Leonelli & Ashley Elsdon for Digital Music Trends SXSW special edition recently. We discuss Sonos, Pandora, IFPI, MusikMesse, SXSW & Brands, and vomiting on pop stars. Also features interviews with Pandora and A2IM.
Loving this piece in Vice by Penny Rimbaud, total legend:
“The thing we wanted to help people understand was a sense of autonomy and authenticity of the individual human soul. Just as soul is constantly demeaned in the media, so it is undermined by drugs, inside or outside, but in the end it’s the only thing we’ve truly got. As personalities we’re just a series of remarks picked up on ...
I was delighted to contribute a guest column to Mobile Marketing Magazine recently, hope you enjoy!
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Oisin Lunny, senior market development manager at OpenMarket, turns journalist for the day to interrogate the trend for micro-content on mobile.Will self-destructing mobile vouchers win the day..? he asks. Is it even anything new?
Back in the dawn of our mobile internet age, analysts were gleefully forecasting obese cash ...
Here is my latest piece for the Guardian online “Why micro-content is big business”.
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Why micro-content is big business
Oisin Lunny explains why small, mobile-friendly content is big business and profiles new startup entrants getting in on the act
Mobile video is changing the content industry from the ground up, from creators to advertisers, from interaction to infrastructure. I spoke to some of the people making big ...
“Will the next Rolling Stones be from Brazil? Is internet music technology enhancing the ability of artists and labels to reach a global audience of music fans? Or are they simply giving labels a new way of reaching the mass market with established acts?”
I am honoured to be on the SXSW 2014 shortlist for what promises to be a fascinating panel debate on the future of the global music industry, discussing amongst other things ...