James McQuivey

Media and Technology Analyst, Forrester Research

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The Thalberg; Windows Close in Hollywood

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Hollywood is waking up to technology and economics.  Studios are becoming revolving doors for executives, and the standards for "green-lighting" new projects aren't what they used to…

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Hollywood is waking up to technology and economics.  Studios are becoming revolving doors for executives, and the standards for "green-lighting" new projects aren't what they used to…

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With so much free content on-line, the business model for movies just doesn't work any more.

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