Media and Entertainment

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Winter is Coming…

December 02, 2013 / by Nicholas Zeeb and Ishan Tikku / 0 Comment

Why Blizzard's Titan is poised to ice Zenimax's Elder Scrolls Online, and what Zenimax can do to stop it

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Tech Startups "En Pointe"

December 01, 2013 / by Nicole Korb and Alexandra Maringola / 0 Comment

Learning about Talent Recruitment from Canada's Premier Dance Company

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What Netflix Needs to do to “Become (3x) HBO”

September 17, 2013 / by Ivey Business Review / 3 Comments

Reed Hastings believes Netflix can hit 60-90M US subscribers, but he's wrong about what it will take to get there.

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The Newspaper is Dead. Long Live the Newspaper.

September 05, 2013 / by Prashob Menon / 0 Comment

The US newspaper industry, bolstered by new investors, is being reinvented. What will it look like in the future?

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Why aren’t Digital Magazines Working?

August 29, 2013 / by Matthew Hall / 6 Comments

New data from the Alliance for Audited Media shows that only one magazine has made digital subscriptions work. Are current solutions wrong, or was the end of print overhyped?

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Of News and Newborns

July 25, 2013 / by William Meneray / 0 Comment

The media circus surrounding the Royal Baby revealed a rivalry at heart of the news industry that's slowly tearing it apart

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Arrested Economics: Assessing Netflix's Original Content Business

June 09, 2013 / by Ivey Business Review / 17 Comments

Arrested Development and House of Cards aren't designed to deliver the metrics Wall Street expects, and this means a lot about how Netflix views its future

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A Deal with the Devil: Part I

June 09, 2013 / by William Meneray / 1 Comment

How Blizzard's attempt to monetize Diablo 3's virtual economy is embroiled in crisis – both for gamers and the company itself

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Macklemore & Fifty Shades of Grey: the Democratization of Taste

May 21, 2013 / by Matthew Hall / 0 Comment

The Internet is taking control of what we like away from the mysterious cabal of media executives