November 6, 2012

Hollywood vs. Silicon Valley: Who Will Win?

Mark Shuster, Both Sides of the Table


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For the past three years I have been pounding the table as loud as I can about the future opportunities in digital video. The concise guide is here.

My narrative has stayed pretty simple:

People in the US watch 5.3 hours of TV per day
People read for less than 30 minutes
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