With 46 ground-breaking events completed in over a decade and ambitious expansion plans on the horizon, immersive film company Secret Cinema should integrate crowdsourcing into all elements of its production. Crowdsourcing will enable Secret Cinema to continue to be a leader in the live entertainment space where the lines between creator and consumer are rapidly blurring.
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?
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 two camera film companies saw the dawn of the digital age, but only one survived.
Hopefully you don’t pick a company that I know something about – Paraphrasing Professor Shih, former Senior Vice President at Eastman Kodak Company
Film sets are notoriously wasteful environments. Imagine that a city is built overnight to service 400 people for 3 months, and just as quickly as they arrived any person to hold accountable for the mess disappears leaving behind a […]
How Pixar’s innovative production process ensures creative quality for audiences
Companies struggle to successfully reinvent biz model once, let alone twice in 5 years. Netflix’s successful shifts — from DVDs to streaming to originals — have largely been in response to to trends impacting its content supply chain.
The marriage between Disney’s “Business Model Canvas” and its five core operating assets should allay fans’ concerns that Star Wars has fallen to the Dark Side.
In 1995, a heretofore unknown film studio named Pixar released Toy Story, the first-ever feature length computer-animated film. Since then, Pixar has produced 15 blockbusters which have grossed more than $9.5 billion worldwide.