In this episode of the Vator Reports, John Shinal and I examine the Hollywood Writers’ Strike in detail and explain how it stems from the changing economic model of the entertainment industry.
After several weeks, the studios and writers have not been able to agree on how to divide the revenue from digital content that's distributed over the Internet and through DVD sales.
Our show looks at how both sides have come out swinging, something we've reported on before.
Bambi and John also highlight some of the content production companies emerging across the web, many of which are participating in the Demand Media/Vator.tv challenge.
Featured in this episode are the following companies/projects: Fun Little Movies, Four Your Imagination, Lionwake Records, Synchronis.tv, Abigail's X-rated Teen Diary, NowLive.com, MyFilmU, In The City of Truth, Johnny Berlin.
Enjoy the show and see you on Vator.tv!
Vator.tv’s new managing editor John Shinal and I highlight the rapidly changing online marketing and advertising
industry. In our new 'Vator Innovation Minute' John zooms in on online
reputation management. Featured in this episode are the following
companies we found on Vator.tv: Visible Technologies, Buzzlogic, Videoegg, Outerjoin, AdKrakr and Genius.com. [in the context of online reputation management specifically you may also want to check out the company Rapleaf]. To check out our upcoming Demand Media/Vator.tv Competition seeking the next big media company click here. Enjoy the show and see you on Vator.tv!