Direct to Consumer Entertainment: What’s Next?

[Note: This is the final part of a series on how the entertainment industry is adapting to the same changing preferences in the marketing and…

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Direct to Consumer Entertainment: Audience Targeting

[Note: This is Part 4 of a series on how the entertainment industry is adapting to the same changing preferences in the marketing and delivery…

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Direct to Consumer Entertainment: Changing Consumer Preferences

[Note: This is Part 3 of a series on how the entertainment industry is adapting to the same changing preferences in the marketing and delivery…

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Direct to Consumer Entertainment: Brand Differentiation

[Note: This is Part 2 of a series on how the entertainment industry is adapting to the same changing preferences in the marketing and delivery…

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Direct to Consumer Entertainment: Brand Loyalty

[Note: This is Part 1 of a series on how the entertainment industry is adapting to the same changing preferences in the marketing and delivery…

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Direct to Consumer Entertainment (Series)

The entertainment industry reflects and is prone to the same trends as the rest of the consumer goods industry.

Technology Companies Think We’re Too Dumb to Have Control

I do most all of my writing and management within Google Drive. That’s where I write most all of my blog posts, where the spreadsheets…

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Medium, Spotify and the Problem With Editorial Platforms

I know it’s shocking, but last week Medium pivoted again. With little or no warning, it informed publishers using the platform that it was discontinuing…

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Forget Government-Run Interfaces and Focus On the Data

Let’s take Consumer Financial Protection Bureau chief (for the moment) Mick Mulvaney at face value when he says it’s not the responsibility of the agency…

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Google Buys Tenor, So Let’s Drop the Facade

When it comes to GIF repositories there are two major players (putting Tumblr aside since that’s not it’s main purpose...though it kind of is): Giphy…

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