SaturdayHLS in the Arts:

Conversations: Disruption in Content Creation and Distribution in Motion Pictures and Television

Sep 16|1:15 - 2:15pm
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Formerly titled: Studio Heads and General Counsel

In the mid-2000s the music industry was upended by the advent of downloading music. In the last decade, that business has streamlined and remodeled itself in response and is now profitable once more. Streaming services and premium cable are the film and television industries’ s equivalent of downloads. This panel will examine the effect this disruption is currently having on the entertainment business and its impact upon it in the near future.

A conversation hosted by David Wilkins ’80 and moderated by Debra Martin Chase ’81.

Location: WCC 2012

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Featured Speakers:
David Wilkins '80 Lester Kissel Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
Debra Martin Chase '81 President and CEO, Martin Chase Productions
Patricia Laucella '92 President of Business and Legal Affairs, Lionsgate
Rita Morales '88 Associate General Counsel and SVP of Business Affairs, Turner Broadcasting