Filming For Entertainment: How Big Is The Screening ?

| July 6, 2017

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An informative infographic on film economy, showcasing how big is the screening now.It’s become an all-too-familiar trend over the past decade: a phalanx of digital insurgents challenging the business models of traditional entertainment stalwarts. Like music fans who abandoned $20 CDs in favor of low-cost, pay-as-you-go services such as Spotify and Pandora, today more viewers are choosing to stream video content at home courtesy of subscription plans through Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu and other subscription video on demand (SVOD) players.


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