Digital transformation in the media and entertainment industry

| April 25, 2017

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The digitization of content has completely changed how media companies think about the creation, production, marketing, distribution and monetization of content. As their audiences find new ways to consume entertainment, whether it’s through tablets, smartphones, connected TVs, PCs, gaming or mixed reality devices, the competition for attention has never been greater.

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Jupiter Entertainment

Jupiter Entertainment has an enviable track record of creating successful, highly formatted series with outstanding ratings and strong renewals. From critically- acclaimed series like the explosive docusoap Sons of Guns and true crime powerhouse Snapped to established series like Biography and Modern Marvels, Jupiter has been successful in producing a wide variety of genres and formats by focusing on the timeless ingredients of great storytelling, compelling characters and high production values.Over the past 18 years, Jupiter has produced hit prime-time series and specials for A&E, Discovery, History, Investigation Discovery, Oxygen, TruTV, Fuse, and Animal Planet. Members of Jupiter’s creative team have also produced kid’s programming for Nickelodeon, daytime how-to shows for HGTV, a music-based series for TNN and even a sports entertainment property for CBS Cable – the re-launch of the American classic, Roller Derby.

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