Patrick Roberts

UltraMedia Innovation

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Co-founder of UltraMedia Innovation, which digitally re-masters films

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More and more consumers are going to the Internet for entertainment, turning away from movie theaters and TV.  Hollywood is losing control of its distribution model.

Why Can't Hollywood and Silicon Valley Just Get Along?

More and more consumers are going to the Internet for entertainment, turning away from movie theaters and TV.  Hollywood is losing control of its distribution model.

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