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Web 2.0 Displaces Traditional Movie Industry Distribution

Movie making is changing. Today, the act of making and sharing moving picture is more a folk art than an industry! Get the scoop on the industry trends from Duct Tape marketing's highlights from Digital Hollywood, May, 2008 -- "Hollywood Hearing The Trumpet Call Of The Web 2.0 Era"

The audience is now a producer, a creator and a participant.

"The Internet is the new media, and it's all about interactivity," said Stephen Andrade, senior vice president of digital development and general manager at

The act of consumers taking content into their own hands began with music. Widespread swapping of music files over the Internet sapped record sales and ultimately forced music industry executives to accept the idea of selling singles rather than CDs.

Rather than resist the trend, as the music industry did at first, Hollywood needs to embrace the new technologies, NBC's Andrade says.

NBC has done that in various ways. It's adding social networking features to its numerous Web sites. It also is working to make content available on as many platforms as possible. For example, NBC TV shows can be viewed on Apple's AAPL iPhone and other mobile devices. The shows also are available on the Web site Hulu, a joint venture between General Electric's GE NBC Universal and News Corp.'s NWS Fox Network.

On the panels, a common refrain was that producers need to make their content available on as many platforms as possible, including video-sharing sites, mobile devices and services that provide video on demand. It's a big break from old distribution models.

Are you an auteur yet?

Micro-TV compliments what Scannell says will be another big disruption in Hollywood -- the auteur. People will write, direct, produce and market video fare without ever having to shake the hand of a Hollywood executive, he says.

Sean Atkins, senor vice president of digital media at HBO, says TV networks will act more like a carnival barker, loudly touting what it is they have to offer and the many places to find it. "Syndication's not what it used to be," he said.

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