Follow Up Q&A to TV Tonight Article on 7News’ Screen of Dreams

On May 21, 2022, TV Tonight published an article written by David Knox titled, “Demystifying Seven’s ‘Screen of Dreams.’ In this article, Cyrus Doomasia (Head of Delivery at InterKnowlogy) explained that Seven's ‘Screen of Dreams’ uses tech from the same developers (InterKnowlogy) behind CNN's ‘Magic Wall.’ While re-visiting this article, I became curious about the answers to a few possible follow-up questions. Luckily for me, Cyrus is a colleague of mine at InterKnowlogy and was kind enough to oblige me with the answers.
May 14, 2024

Ballots and Borders: Exploring Electoral Systems Worldwide

Throughout InterKnowlogy’s history, our broadcasting clients (like CNN, 7News, SVT) have used our Election Insights Product to cover elections in their respective countries. This article offers a high-level overview of the electoral processes in countries where we have extensive experience.
Cyrus Doomasia
April 29, 2024

A Hat-Trick of Provincial Elections

British Colombians, New Brunswickers and Saskatchewanians each vote within days of each other this October. Here’s a quick take on what things look like six months out:
Matt DeCourcey
April 22, 2024

EU Elections: Why are they so important for you?

Every five years, citizens across the EU's 27 member countries head to the polls to elect their representatives to the European Parliament. So why should the rest of the world pay attention to the EU Elections?
Cyrus Doomasia
April 15, 2024

No ordinary Joe

Last Thursday, President Joe Biden turned many heads in the punditry and seemingly made a not-unnoticeable breakthrough with Americans as he delivered a raucous State of the Union address. His third, and most memorable, as president.
Matt DeCourcey
March 11, 2024

The Intrigue of Super Tuesday

The term “Super Tuesday” has existed since the 1970s—originally referring to the last big collection of primaries. Its modern usage was cemented in the 1980s, as many southern states moved their primaries earlier in the calendar to increase their influence in the process. Since then, as a rule, in both parties, a clear front-runner has emerged from Super Tuesday, often becoming the nominee.
Matt DeCourcey
March 4, 2024

2024: A BIG year for elections

About 50% of the world is participating in democratic elections this year. The United States, India, Russia, Ukraine, Pakistan, Taiwan, and many others, make 2024: A BIG year for elections.
Matt DeCourcey
February 16, 2024

Dixville Notch and other New Hampshirisms

At midnight on January 23rd, all six residents of the unincorporated community 30kms from the Quebec border are expected in the living room of the Balsam Resort’s Tillotson House to cast their ballot. They are likely to be joined by hordes of media, and perhaps a candidate or two.
Matt DeCourcey
January 18, 2024

The starter gun goes off - Understanding Iowa

Since 1972, Iowa’s first-in-the-nation voting event has played an outsized role in presidential politics. However, the details of how the Iowa caucuses actual work have long mystified even hardcore political junkies…a former longtime CNN host included.
Matt DeCourcey
January 11, 2024

The Fork in the Road—Un fait accompli ou non?

With just under two weeks to go until the opening Republican caucuses in Iowa—January 15th—political observers and pollsters are outload wondering if there is anything or anyone who can derail the MAGA (Make America Great Again) locomotive and its conductor, Donald Trump.
Matt DeCourcey
January 3, 2024

Momentum, Prosperity and Political Campaigns

With a strong showing in Iowa and New Hampshire—and the financial resources at her disposal to outspend and out-advertise her opponents—it is possible that Haley could be the sole contender standing against Trump
Matt DeCourcey
December 6, 2023

Democracy, Demography, and Destiny

Yes, there’s a lot of water to pass under the bridge before all votes are counted on November 5th, 2024. But clearly Biden is significantly weaker now among those groups that were critical to his election in 2020. And, with a disapproval rating of just over 60%, perhaps Americans are signalling their desire for new leadership.
Matt DeCourcey

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