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Coming attractions? : Hollywood, high tech, and the future of entertainment

Author: Philip E Meza
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Business Books, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This book explores the intersection of entertainment and technology, how companies have had difficulty at this intersection in the past and how they can get it right in the future.


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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Philip E Meza
ISBN: 9780804756600 0804756600
OCLC Number: 219577166
Description: x, 171 Seiten
Contents: @fmct:Contents @toc4:Acknowledgments xxx @toc2:1. Introduction 1 @toc3:Complements in Competitors' Clothing 000 The Nature of Information 000 Overview of the Bumpy Road to Prosperity 000 The Plan of This Book 000 Why Today's Threats and Opportunities Are So Profound 000 Conclusion 000 @toc2:2. Innovation 000 @toc3: Surfing the Hertzian Wave: The Early History of Radio 000 Marconi (and Only Marconi) Calling 000 Voices in the Air 000 Voices Carry: The Early History of the Recording Industry 000 Lights, Camera, Oligopoly: History of the Film Industry 000 There's Something On: History of the Television Industry 000 E Unum Pluribus?: History of Filesharing 000 Conclusion 000 @toc2:3. Ascension 000 @toc3:Tuning In to Network Effects 000 More Than Wireless Telegraphy: Radio Becomes an Industry 000 Making Money with Radio 000 Jockeying the Discs: Records Become Popular 000 Your Best Entertainment: Movies Become Big Business 000 Then There Were Three: The Television Industry 000 It's Good To Share? The Emergence of Peer-to-Peer Services 000 Conclusion 000 @toc2:4. Fear 000 @toc3:The Sonny Bono Law: I Got You Babe for Another Twenty Years 000 The Law Needn't Be an Ass: A Positive Role for Legislation 000 For Home Use Only: The Battle Between Radio and Music 000 Big Screen Versus Small: The Studio System Joins Together Against Television 000 The Boston Strangler? Movie Studios and Television Fear the VCR 000 Refusing to Face the Music: Disrupting the Record Companies 000 Conclusion 000 @toc2:5. Prosperity 000 @toc3:Gold Records: The Golden Age of Radio--for Recording Companies 000 Television Saves the Studios 000 Videos and VCRs: A Cash Machine for Studios 000 Happier Bedfellows: Content-Technology Cooperation 000 The Music Industry Post-Napster 000 Conclusion 000 @toc2:6. Conclusion 000 @toc3:Where The Money Will Be: The Power of Complements and the Risks of Collision 000 Convergence or Collision? 000 Honey, I Shrunk the Value Proposition 000 Let's Get Horizontal 000 Linking to Prosperity: The 2 Percent Solution 000 Rules for Success: Company-Level View 000 Rules for Success: Industry-Level View 000 Conclusion 000 @toc4:Appendix A: The Forces Shaping the Future of Entertainment 000 Appendix B: Tools of Resistance: Patents and Copyrights 000 Notes 000 Index 000
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