9780367074531-0367074532-Understanding the Business of Media Entertainment: The Legal and Business Essentials All Filmmakers Should Know (American Film Market Presents)

Understanding the Business of Media Entertainment: The Legal and Business Essentials All Filmmakers Should Know (American Film Market Presents)

ISBN-13: 9780367074531
ISBN-10: 0367074532
Edition: 2
Author: Bernstein, Gregory
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Paperback 274 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780367074531
ISBN-10: 0367074532
Edition: 2
Author: Bernstein, Gregory
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Paperback 274 pages

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Acknowledged authors Bernstein, Gregory wrote Understanding the Business of Media Entertainment: The Legal and Business Essentials All Filmmakers Should Know (American Film Market Presents) comprising 274 pages back in 2019. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0367074532 and 9780367074531. Since then Understanding the Business of Media Entertainment: The Legal and Business Essentials All Filmmakers Should Know (American Film Market Presents) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 3.93 or rent at the marketplace.

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This revised edition of Understanding the Business of Media Entertainment is an indispensable guide to the business aspects of the entertainment industry, providing the information you need to break in and to succeed.

Written in a clear and engaging tone, the second edition of this book covers the essential topics in a thorough but reader-friendly manner and includes plenty of real-world examples that bring business and legal concepts to life, such as the growing clout of digital companies and the rise of streaming providers like Netflix and Amazon, the transformation of independent film development and distribution, and changes to the media ownership landscape. Award-winning screenwriter and entertainment attorney Gregory Bernstein gives an insider's look at the filmmaking business, from copyright law and government media regulation to development, distribution, revenue, the role of agents, managers, and unions, entertainment contracts, and more. Other topics covered include:

  • Hollywood's growth and the current conglomerates that own most of the traditional media.
  • How specific entertainment companies operate, including facts about particular studios and employee tasks.
  • How studios develop projects and engage in marketing and distribution.
  • The kinds of revenues studios earn and how they account for these revenues.
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