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Where Do We Go From Here?

Where Do We Go From Here?

The global media and entertainment industry is a highly nuanced business. In fact it’s not just one industry or a sector, it’s a combination of communications, advertising, technology and storytelling wrapped up in a million different ways. But one thing is certain, Producer, Content Creators or whatever you want to call them, are all competing for more »

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The Internet is Changing Everything (Almost)

The Internet is Changing Everything (Almost)

This amazing Infographic maps the world’s Internet users. This is really import data for anyone who creates content, is a TV Producer or well lives on planet earth. For those of us in the media business it proves once again that the Internet is/will change everything and that our world is totally interconnected. The map more »

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The Future of Media Now

The Future of Media Now

Our world is changing, people consume media in different ways and TV Producers, traditional Broadcasters and upstart Online Content Creators will all have to adapt because the convergence rallying cry of a decade ago was wrong. Content isn’t king, the consumer is and how and when, where and why they want to watch, listen and more »

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TV is Happiness – In Bhutan

TV is Happiness – In Bhutan

Bhutan village feels the power of TV What happens when a remote village in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan gets electricity and television? “Happiness,” a new documentary by the Frenchman Thomas Balmes, shines a light on the power and risks of the small screen. In 1999, authorities in Bhutan — which famously measures prosperity by more »

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Tomorrow’s TV Is All About You

Tomorrow’s TV Is All About You

Viewer demands for control and for new experiences are impacting every aspect of the content supply chain – from story creation through distribution — according to a new report just issued by EY. The report, Future of Television – Media & Entertainment, identifies six key trends that will drive the future of television in the more »

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Reel Locations – How TV Shows and Movies Draw Tourism

Reel Locations – How TV Shows and Movies Draw Tourism

TV shows and films can spell big pay day for tourism industry By Tara Nurin, of NJ Spotlight When the fourth season of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” series launched a couple of weeks ago viewers watched as the title credits open on politician-cum-gangster Nucky Thompson (played by Steve Buscemi) standing in silence, surveying Atlantic City’s beach more »

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Slow and Steady Wins the TV Race in Norway

Slow and Steady Wins the TV Race in Norway

Slow TV’ casts a spell on Norwegian audiences Say goodbye to breathless intrigue and dramatic twists: “Slow TV” is attracting record audiences in Norway, with hours, even days, devoted to knitting, fishing and panoramic landscapes. Public broadcaster NRK has replaced some of its usual prime time drama and entertainment with long, lingering images of cruise more »

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Think Twitter Won’t Change TV, Think Again

Think Twitter Won’t Change TV, Think Again

In what can only be described as a game-changer, Twitter unveiled a partnership with Comcast and its NBCUniversal unit that will allow television viewers to tune in to a show or change channels directly from a tweet. This is the ideal convergence of old and new media or broadcast and social media. And this is more »

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Is TV Dead? Not Yet but it is Changing.

Is TV Dead?  Not Yet but it is Changing.

Most people reading this will know that Re:Source Media’s head offices are in Toronto and so as proud Canadians we care about our domestic TV and online market. It just make sense as a media production and content creation company to know how and why, where and when people like to consume media. And so more »

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Turn Me On – TV’s New Life

Turn Me On – TV’s New Life

What Happens to Traditional TV When Technology Creates New Ways to Watch? (via PBS News Hour) JUDY WOODRUFF: The new fall TV season is getting under way, a critical time for broadcast networks and the industry. But it’s a business that’s evolving faster than ever, with new players hungry for eyeballs and dollars and established more »

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