Curious about how media companies can make multichannel networks profitable?
International CES Speaker Dan Sweeney (@d_sweeney) of the Allant Group joined the Media and Entertainment Services Alliance and many others in tweeting about a recent post on Fobes.com about how large media firms can "make multichannel networks a growing and profitable part of their portfolios":
In the post, which is adapted from an article on the strategy+business site, authors Christopher A. H. Vollmer, Sebastian Blum and Kristina Bennin describe four strategies large media companies can pursue to benefit from the rise of MCNs:
- Platform diversification
- Global expansion
- Content creation
And while we're on the subject...
For more on multichannel networks, check out the video below of a recent panel discussion on the topic of "Multichannel Networks, the Next Wave in Entertainment and Media Programming" hosted by Digital Hollywood and featuring the following panelists:
- John W. Ferrie, Senior Counsel, YouTube/Google
- Alan Friel, partner, Baker Hostetler
- Yemi Adegbonmire, Associate Principal Counsel, Walt Disney Company
- Thom Zadra, Head of Business Development for Video at Yahoo!
- Dan Schechter, Managing Director and Partner, Global Media, Entertainment & Technology practice, L.E.K. Consulting
- Judith Dornstein, Esq., Law Offices of Judith C. Dornstein, Moderator
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