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A mysterious document that appeared on social media in China places all of Wanda’s Hollywood acquisitions in jeopardy.
If reports from China are to be believed (clearly they cannot), a company with $19 million in revenue was going to finance $1 billion of Paramount’s slate.
Mismanagement of Sony’s film unit over the years has propelled the studio into a downward spiral. Sony is under pressure by investors to sell the film unit.
After decades of stifling innovation and blocking new content delivery models, cable companies are paying a hefty price that shows no sign of stopping.
RKA Film Financing is suing Relativity Media for misappropriating funds meant to finance advertising budgets for future releases, into the troubled company.
By next year’s Cannes Film Festival, unless some unforeseen events occur, it will no longer be possible to license films to specific territories.
Censorship and foreign content restrictions will limit Netflix’s ability to transition their licensing agreement with iQiyi into a meaningful foothold.
Since launching in 2010, iQiyi has accumulated the most paid SVOD subscribers in China, however, calculating an accurate subscriber base is challenging.
After a decade of digital partnerships, studios and distributors are moving towards a wholly-owned strategy.