The entertainment and media industries, already important sectors of the US economy, continue to grow rapidly in other countries around the world. This ninth edition of Entertainment Industry Economics continues to be the definitive source on the economics of film, music, television, advertising, broadcasting, cable, casino and online wagering, publishing, performing arts and culture, toys and games, sports, and theme parks. It synthesizes a vast amount of data to provide a clear, comprehensive, and up-to-date reference guide on the economics, financing, accounting, production, and marketing of entertainment in the United States and overseas. Completely updated, it includes new sections on price effects, art markets, and Asian gaming. Financial analysts and investors, economists, industry executives, accountants, lawyers, regulators and legislators, and journalists, as well as students preparing to join these professionals, will benefit from this invaluable guide on how the entertainment and media industries operate.Daisya#39;s situation is mentioned inLandro (1990), Gosford Parka#39;s problem in finding $6 millionfor North American rights is covered in King (2002), and ... As described by Shone (2004, pp. ... studio financing but were instead jumpstartedby entrepreneurial outside sources such as Graham King (Aviator)and Phil Anschutz (Ray).
|Title||:||Entertainment Industry Economics|
|Author||:||Harold L. Vogel|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2014-12-31|