Rich Greenfield

Partner and Media and Technology Analyst at LightShed Partners

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Partner and Media and Technology Analyst at LightShed Partners

Rich Greenfield on KCRW

In a year with very few big movie releases, all eyes were on two films. There was Warner Bros.’

Inside studios’ release strategies for ‘Mulan’ and ‘Tenet’

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If you subscribe to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO NOW--and maybe a couple others--you may feel like your TV streaming plate is pretty full.

A deep dive on an industry in upheaval with analyst Rich Greenfield

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If you say you’re “watching TV”--that could mean a lot of things. Maybe you’re watching a series as it airs. Maybe you’ve recorded a show and you’re catching up by way of your DVR.

TV (Not) Everywhere

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