Ellation

Ellation, Inc. is a transformative entertainment company and home of industry-leading brands Crunchyroll, Rooster Teeth, and VRV. As part of Otter Media, a WarnerMedia company, Ellation operates at the intersection of technology and media to redefine the next wave of media interaction and consumption -- breaking down barriers to content experiences for passionate fans around the world.

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HOW CORONAVIRUS IS AFFECTING ENTERTAINMENT: ALL THE MAJOR DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS

variety | March 05, 2020

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The entertainment industry has been one of those most impacted by the virus. Hollywood executives have begun to take precautions for the sake of public health, while also forming strategies as to how to minimize economic losses at a time when public gatherings may endanger large numbers of people. Organizers of industry conferences, press tours and film festivals are evaluating options for delaying or canceling upcoming events. Abroad, China and Italy, two countries with the highest numbers of c...

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E3 2020 CANCELLATION: GAME INDUSTRY REACTS TO PHYSICAL VS. DIGITAL MARKETING

venturebeat | March 11, 2020

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The Entertainment Software Association announced today that the coronavirus forced it to cancel the Electronic Entertainment Expo, the big game trade that takes place (well, usually) every June in Los Angeles. More than 65,000 industry professionals and fans go to the event, which is in its 25th year. But the show had a lot of problems with major vendors pulling out, such as Sony, Electronic Arts, Blizzard, and others. We asked different leaders of the game industry for their reaction to this an...

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U.S. HOME ENTERTAINMENT MARKET TOPPED $25 BILLION IN 2019, WITH 63% COMING FROM STREAMING

variety | January 13, 2020

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Consumer spending on home entertainment rose 8.4% to a record $25.2 billion in 2019, spurred by the at-home sector’s biggest growth engine — digital, according to DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group. Subscription streaming, digital movie sales and digital movie rentals over the internet all generated significantly more money than they did in 2018, DEG says. The trade association estimates consumers spent $15.9 billion on subscription streaming, which now accounts for 63% of the enti...

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HOW MUSIC STREAMING WARS COULD PLAY OUT IN THE 2020S

contactmusic | January 13, 2020

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In the world of digital entertainment, things are about to get a bit heated when it comes to television streaming services. Disney+, a revamped Apple TV, HBO Max and several others have jumped in (or soon will) to compete with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. It's been dubbed the 'streaming wars', and the fear is that it could get ugly, hurting both consumers and providers....

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HOW CORONAVIRUS IS AFFECTING ENTERTAINMENT: ALL THE MAJOR DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS

variety | March 05, 2020

The entertainment industry has been one of those most impacted by the virus. Hollywood executives have begun to take precautions for the sake of public health, while also forming strategies as to how to minimize economic losses at a time when public gatherings may endanger large numbers of people. Organizers of industry conferences, press tours and film festivals are evaluating options for delaying or canceling upcoming events. Abroad, China and Italy, two countries with the highest numbers of c...

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E3 2020 CANCELLATION: GAME INDUSTRY REACTS TO PHYSICAL VS. DIGITAL MARKETING

venturebeat | March 11, 2020

The Entertainment Software Association announced today that the coronavirus forced it to cancel the Electronic Entertainment Expo, the big game trade that takes place (well, usually) every June in Los Angeles. More than 65,000 industry professionals and fans go to the event, which is in its 25th year. But the show had a lot of problems with major vendors pulling out, such as Sony, Electronic Arts, Blizzard, and others. We asked different leaders of the game industry for their reaction to this an...

Read More
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U.S. HOME ENTERTAINMENT MARKET TOPPED $25 BILLION IN 2019, WITH 63% COMING FROM STREAMING

variety | January 13, 2020

Consumer spending on home entertainment rose 8.4% to a record $25.2 billion in 2019, spurred by the at-home sector’s biggest growth engine — digital, according to DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group. Subscription streaming, digital movie sales and digital movie rentals over the internet all generated significantly more money than they did in 2018, DEG says. The trade association estimates consumers spent $15.9 billion on subscription streaming, which now accounts for 63% of the enti...

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HOW MUSIC STREAMING WARS COULD PLAY OUT IN THE 2020S

contactmusic | January 13, 2020

In the world of digital entertainment, things are about to get a bit heated when it comes to television streaming services. Disney+, a revamped Apple TV, HBO Max and several others have jumped in (or soon will) to compete with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. It's been dubbed the 'streaming wars', and the fear is that it could get ugly, hurting both consumers and providers....

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