Is entertainment ready for data science?

| September 14, 2015

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A data science craze is sweeping the world—but what is data science, and how can it revolutionize the entertainment industry? In spite of the massive amounts of data that have been collected for years, without data analysis, valuable insights remain undiscovered. As the field of data science rapidly evolves and the developing digital world churns out more data, media and entertainment companies must take the necessary steps to discover and learn from these insights.

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Endgame Entertainment is a privately financed Los Angeles based independent production and finance company. Established in 2002, Endgame has produced and/or financed a variety of film, television, and live stage across a wide range of genres including the Oscar nominated "Hotel Rwanda," "Harold and Kumar Go to Whitecastle," "Proof ," "Lord of War," the Golden Globe winning Bob Dylan biopic "I'm Not There," and the Broadway hit "Legally Blonde."

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