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Cayman Islands. Costa Rica. Dominican Republic. El Salvador. Falkland Islands Malvinas. French Guiana. Netherlands Antilles. Puerto Rico.
Saint Kitts and Nevis. Saint Lucia.
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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Pierre and Miquelon. Trinidad and Tobago. Turks and Caicos Islands. United States. US Virgin Islands. Bosnia and Herzegowina. Czech Republic. Faroe Islands.
San Marino. Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands. United Kingdom. American Samoa. Brunei Darussalam. As this set shows, the industries in which commerce, art, and technology intersect are among the most fascinating in all of business. Entertainment is a high-stakes industry where stars are born and flame out in the blink of an eye, where multimillion dollar deals are made on a daily basis, and where cultural mores, for better or worse, are shaped and reinforced.
The Business of Entertainment lifts the curtain to show the machinery and sleight of hand behind the films, TV shows, music, and radio programs we can't live without. The Business of Entertainment comprises three volumes, covering movies popular music, and television. But it's not all about stars and glitter--it's as much about the nuts and bolts of daily life in the industry, including the challenges of digitizing content, globalization, promoting stars and shows, protecting intellectual property, developing talent, employing the latest technology, and getting projects done on time and within budget.
Challenges don't end there. There's also advertising and product placement, the power of reviews and reviewers, the cancerous spread of piracy, the battles between cable and satellite operators and the threat to both from telephone companies , the backlash to promoting gangsta lifestyles, and more. Each chapter is written by an authority in the field, from noted scholars to entertainment industry professionals to critics to screenwriters to lawyers.
The result is a fascinating mosaic, with each chapter a gem that provides insight into the industry that--hands down--generates more conversations on a daily basis than any other. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. Published November 30th by Praeger first published January 1st More Details Original Title. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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