SXSW14 Re-Cap: 5 Lessons Learned from Movie Studios on How to Market Your Movie

Welcome to the fourth part of my SXSW14 re-cap, which will focus on the 5 Lessons Learned from Movie Studios on How to Market Your Movie panel. To go to any of my other SXSW14 re-caps, please click here.   Panelists:   JP Richards, Vice President Digital Marketing, Universal Pictures Ethan Applen, Executive Director, Warner […]

Transmedia Marketing Case Study: The Hunger Games – Catching Fire

In about three weeks, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will hit cinemas around the world. Excitement for the next installment of the THG universe is high, and a large part of it is due to the transmedia marketing strategy for Catching Fire, which consists mostly of a mix of social media, fan participation, and brand cooperations. Responsible for this […]

Amazon & YouTube’s Announcements Significantly Change Distribution and Level the Playing Field

Today saw two very important and very similar announcements by two key players in the entertainment industry: YouTube announced the launch of Merch Store, a tool that allows artists sell their merchandise, concert tickets, and more, whilst Amazon declared that it will also start publishing – both digitally and physically – starting with 122 books […]

How Social Consumption Impacts Transmedia

In this post I would like to draw your attention to three current entertainment trends that you must bear in mind when developing transmedia projects:   1. The growing movie market in the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) countries; 2. the exponential growth of new media in large parts of the world; and 3. the […]

Why Transmedia? The Global Appeal

This is the fourth part of my ‘Why Transmedia?’ series. Please click to go to Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Finally: Transmedia has a Global Appeal We’re only two-thirds through 2011, and already we can see a definite trend, particularly in the movie industry: The international success of your franchise can make or […]