Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Fascinating subject matter. Writting about this course because I saw no information available regarding it when registering. This was the professor's first semester teaching a class and interesting to see the professor's confidence in lecturing improve as the class advanced. There are reading assignments to keep up with, screenings, essays, and in-class essays to ensure screenings have actually been watched [screenings can be seen at assigned screening time but most screenings are also available to view on Netflix, screening attendance is not necessary so long as content is watched].
Learning how film distribution has advanced and evolved over the past couple of decades. Views Netflix as a startup and evaluate business choices that led to it's growth and success. Learning about other technologies and sites that were unsuccessful and vanished because of distribution politics.
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Advice for students:
Watch the screenings. Keep track of essay due dates [professor will remind you of due dates in class but still important to make time for writing].