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April 2024

Incompetence masquerading as personal truth might be beneficial to one’s health. Too many truths, however, could cause agita.

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January 2024

We must all be impressed by the resilience of the middlemen that not even the mighty U.S. studios were able to eliminate — starting with movie theater owners and cable TV/satellite TV providers.

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By |January 9th, 2024|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments

December 2023

Pity the journalists trained in traditional TV, who, after the COVID pandemic, have to face a Viral Media landscape that has changed the ballgame, the playing field, and the rules.

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By |November 24th, 2023|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments

November 2023

The general press tends to look into the writers’ rooms instead of the C-suites to understand the “Big Changes [that] Are Coming to Hollywood” (as reported by the Wall Street Journal). C-suite execs were caught by surprise by the challenges posed by streaming platforms. People with common sense and those in the E-suites (trade Editorial) knew otherwise, and had been pointing out streaming’s pitfalls for years.

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By |November 8th, 2023|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments

October 2023

Sportswashing is not a new sport, but a dirty new word that the politically correct police force is ignoring, and the cancel culture advocates are skirting. It is something that brings short-term gain, but sooner or later we should also look at long-term losses.

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By |October 5th, 2023|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments

September 2023

In the U.S., Canada only makes news due to unwelcome winter chills that drift south or as smoke from forest fires blankets U.S .cities for days. Under normal circumstances, Canada is politely ignored in the U.S. But now, Canada is “Politely Kicking Ass.”

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By |August 26th, 2023|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments

June-July 2023

To determine if a company is financially sound and solidly well run, the litmus test is simple: leaf through the trade press. If you see their ads, there’s money behind them. If you don’t see ads, there is only smoke and mirrors.

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By |June 12th, 2023|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |1 Comment

May 2023

If you wonder why the building of large projects tends to go over budget, over time, and over expectations, a new book is attempting to explain it. Separately, I’ll attempt to explain why SVoD as intended today is a losing proposition compared to the introduction of other capital-intensive utilities like electricity and telephony.

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By |May 9th, 2023|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments

April 2023

Before analytics there were other methods for gauging viewers’ interest in TV shows, the most common being ratings. But the frontrunner was “Flush Ratings,” which was followed by qualitative methods, otherwise known as “Appreciation Indices.”

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By |April 3rd, 2023|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments

January 2023

To solve the streaming SVoD woes, C-suite honchos should apply a journalistic trait when hiring their operation executives: Find those who don’t know anything.

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By |January 15th, 2023|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments