32 min

#3 Screen Distribution in the Age of Disruption The Tonic

    • Karriär

Guests: Emily Elise and FanForce founder Danny Le Chevre share their experiences as distributors of screen content and how they are navigating the way audiences consume and watch feature-length content.
While killer-storytelling is still as important as it ever was the business models of distribution ( built on a model of scarcity and exclusivity) have change radically in the age of apps and Kickstarter. The ruptures from this disruption have been anxiety inducing, chaotic, unsettling and uncomfortable for some in the business of screen content who fear a future of declining ticket sales and revenues, for entrepreneurs like Danny, FanForce founder, the Australian cinema-on-demand platform which has gone global, it is a change that is long overdue and he is determined to flip the script.
Take look at FanForce online https://fan-force.com

Guests: Emily Elise and FanForce founder Danny Le Chevre share their experiences as distributors of screen content and how they are navigating the way audiences consume and watch feature-length content.
While killer-storytelling is still as important as it ever was the business models of distribution ( built on a model of scarcity and exclusivity) have change radically in the age of apps and Kickstarter. The ruptures from this disruption have been anxiety inducing, chaotic, unsettling and uncomfortable for some in the business of screen content who fear a future of declining ticket sales and revenues, for entrepreneurs like Danny, FanForce founder, the Australian cinema-on-demand platform which has gone global, it is a change that is long overdue and he is determined to flip the script.
Take look at FanForce online https://fan-force.com

32 min

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