COVID-19 has disproportionately affected traditional media conglomerates relative to their streaming-only competitors. NBCUniversal is one such facing production freezes, theme park closures, and declining ad revenues. Despite setbacks, the company is innovating today to build digital capabilities and services that will help it succeed after the crisis.
Hollywood may be changed forever due to COVID-19's impact on the movie industry. As independent films seem most threatened, will A24 be able to continue to deliver their impactful and esteemed films.
What can Live Nation do to survive in a context in which all live music events are cancelled throughout the globe and there's no certainty as to when they might be resumed.
Fans (and everyone else) are desperate for live entertainment – can the MLB set the stage for using digital options to bring sports back to a post-COVID world? Even more, can this model be used to not just solve logistical issues and plug revenue gaps in response to the crisis, but also create new opportunities for growth and success into the future?
Nintendo Switch has benefitted from increased demand due to COVID-19, but title-specific strategy hamstrings short- and long-term growth and sustainability.
With worldwide drop in movie theater business due to COVID-19, EVO Entertainment quickly shifted its business model from closed physical theaters to open air drive-in theaters in its parking lots. Alongside, it also delved into grocery delivery services to expand its revenue streams at this time.
Almost 100 years of Disney magic is about to fight its biggest battle yet, and the digital experience could be the golden ticket.
Disney and Universal partner with Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media to use AI to improve representation in development process.
The comedian Ali Wong is an example of the damage Groupon can have as a platform to the business of start-up entertainment, but also shows the marketing prowess of Netflix in this respect.
What went wrong at the once most popular online music streaming service? What did Pandora miss? And is there a chance for a comeback?