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Jacob Getz WSJ Article #4 Kung, Michelle. "Movies in the Clouds." The Wall Street Journal: Business, News & Financial . 11 Oct. 2011. Web. 18 Oct. 2011. <http://online.wsj.com/article/SB100014240529702044508045766233311573461 32.html?mod=WSJ_Entertainment_leftHeadlines>. The article, “Movies in the Clouds” speaks about how many movie studios are teaming up with the new cloud-based service company known as UltraViolet. It is designed to let people watch online or mobile versions of movies they have bought on DVD or Blu-ray. This allows them to access movies on their computers, iPhones and iPads. Although the process for making UltraViolet accounts cause some hassle to consumers, many motion picture studios are teaming up with the company in order to boost revenues and increase movie sales after they are released.
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‘The Wall Street Journal’ article, “Movies in the Clouds” relates well with my business of a Talent Agency because much of what I need to do as a business revolves around the work of studios and eventually the releases of movies. Since, many different
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