Can a growing experiential entertainment company revolutionize its product offering? Leveraging open innovation and new technologies allows iFLY to soar to new heights!
In the fiercely competitive entertainment industry, Disney is using machine learning to predict what will bring us joy
Facing an exodus of subscribers and a decline in ratings for its sports programming, Disney has been forced to re-think its content distribution model. Can Disney pull off the magic trick?
The digital transformation of the entertainment industry has given rise to a gamut of Over-the-Top (OTT) streaming services to rival the traditional pay-tv powerhouses. Starting with Netflix in 2007, OTT services have proliferated to cater to the growing demand base, which still is projected to grow at a CAGR of 17% through 2020 worldwide. What is Amazon’s response?
In November 2017, CJ Entertainment and Media CEO Tae-sung Jeong breathed a sigh of relief upon hearing the news: South Korean President Jae-in Moon had reached a consensus with Chinese President Jin-ping Xi on improving trade relations between the two countries.
How can traditional Hollywood studios compete in a new, digital world, and where do movie theaters fit in?
Digital content delivery of various forms of entertainment has created a trail of casualties. Will AMC be next?
Digitalization has disrupted the entertainment and media supply chain, leading to unprecedented realignment and M&A activity in the industry.
Given high costs of Broadway and relatively short runs, it is common that Broadway productions do not break even until they leave The Great White Way and are part-way through their first national tour. Will online delivery of theatre help or hinder the quest for profit?
Will Disney's Parks and Resorts have a "great, big, beautiful tomorrow?"