It’s no secret that Hollywood studios rely heavily on the tentpole blockbuster action movies. The big studios are more likely to greenlight a superhero movie than a small character-based film and who can blame them? Rising movie tickets prices, where a family of four can pay upwards of £50 to see a movie, audiences want … Continue reading The Success of A24
Youtube has traditional media in its sights. With TV viewing figures declining and the time people spend on the internet increasing, advertisers are spending more money on new media. With over 1 billion hours of watch time per day, YouTube, the Google-owned video streaming site, is the largest user-generated video content site. It’s expected that … Continue reading YouTube’s Big Ambitions
It’s time I stop taking technology for granted. I came to this realisation after blowing the mind of a Tesco shop assistant by paying for my avocados (I’ll never be able to afford a mortgage) with an apple watch. “Technology is amazing, I had no idea you could do that”, she confessed to me. I … Continue reading I Take Technology for Granted
Disney are pulling their content from Netflix. This development isn’t wholly surprising, Disney are the biggest entertainment company in the world after all, and rumours last year suggested they were looking to buy Netflix, although for whatever reason this never came to fruition. This move by the entertainment giant signposts a greater trend in the … Continue reading Netflix, Disney and the Future of Streaming
How GoT uses the Camera to immerse the viewer.
YouTube, the Google owned video streaming site, has always had an uneasy relationship with their creators. The Partner program, which allows creators to make money from advertising on their videos, launched in December 2007. This opened up a world of possibilities for the creators, many of whom could make content full time, and YouTube benefited … Continue reading What’s Happening to YouTube’s Creators?
The world's population is increasing. It's projected to rise from 7.4 billion people in 2016 to 9.2 billion people in 2050. That's 1.8 billion extra mouths to feed in a world where, even now, people often go hungry. What’s needed is a revolution in how our food is grown, delivered and prepared. By using technology … Continue reading How Will We Eat in the Future?