I. Distribution and exhibition/retail/rental windows
Thursday, January 28, 2016
I. Theatrical exhibition.
A. Different exhibitions of film
B. Complicated process to market movies
i. New tech developments constantly
1) How people watch movies
Geographies of Flexibilities
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
I. Spatial organization of supply chains (1 - Firm strategy)
a. Where's Hollywood?
b. Where's Marvel?
II. Spatial organization of supply chai
Economics of TV programs genres
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
0. Television genre?
a. What? Shared conventions of content, form.
b. Why? Minimization of risk
c. When? Inno, imit/xform, sat
d. How? Textual? Sociological? Economic!
1. Reality TV (Cost; Aud
Organizing mass media - the studios and beyond
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
II. Historical development of Fordist media provision
a. *Nationalizing radio and television broadcasting
b. *Publishing and the law of corporate authorship
i. The cases of Old
From "Mass" to "Niche"
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
I. Parameters of niche programming
a. Niche economics
b. Constructing the niche
Making mass markets - from catsup to culture?
Thursday, March 10, 2016
I. Fordist provision: general principles, and the specificity of cultural provision
II. *Heinz? Production; Distribution; Retail; Brand
a. General principles
i. Supply side: Ma
Branding in a multichannel market, cab/sat to
Thursday, February 25, 2016
The Cable Industry
Making "cable television": CATV (c.1949) + Dereg (c.1972) + COMSAT (c.1975)
Structuring cable television
Prod/Distro: the channel lineu
Broadcast stations, networks, and suppliers
What Prof said in class:
Networks distribute their programs around their affiliates
Univision isn't affiliated with a large media conglomerate
One of the goals of Telemundo is to increase production of network