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Juan Llamas-Rodriguez <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 7 Sep 2014 19:12:50 -0500
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Apologies for cross posting. 

You may be interested in two new anthologies on digital distribution from the Carsey-Wolf Center’s Media Industries Project. 

Distribution Revolution: Conversations about the Digital Future of Film and Television (UC Press)
eds. Michael Curtin, Jennifer Holt, and Kevin Sanson

Distribution Revolution is a collection of interviews with studio executives, distribution professionals, and creative talent about the many ways that digital delivery systems are transforming the entertainment business. Taken together, these conversations provide unparalleled insights into the the tumultuous transformation of film and TV in the digital era. 

Publisher’s site with free sample chapter:

Connected Viewing: Selling, Streaming, and Sharing Media in the Digital Era (Routledge)
eds. Jennifer Holt and Kevin Sanson

This collection brings together twelve original essays that critically engage with the socially-networked, multi-platform, and cloud-based world of today, examining the connected viewing phenomenon across television, film, video games, and social media. The result is a wide-ranging analysis of shifting business models, policy matters, technological infrastructure, new forms of user engagement, and other key trends affecting screen media in the digital era. 

Publisher’s site:

Free sample chapter:

Learn more about the Media Industries Project on our website:

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