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Michelle
Michelle
5/2/2016 11:05:07 PM
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Re: Of Course
@Mike I hope the Comcast deal just acts as a funnel to keep DreamWorks well-funded and functioning as it is. It would be a shame if the buy resulted in a collapsed DreamWorks. :(

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batye
batye
5/2/2016 1:25:49 AM
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Re: Of Course
@mpouraryan  I agree with you, as we living in the future now....

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/1/2016 6:43:53 PM
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Re: Of Course
..and to add to the discourse, we have to ever so concerned about innovation.    It reminds me of the last scene in the HBO documentary, The Newsroom, when everything was ultimately driven by corporate concerns, sponsors & things that have truly held innovation back as I see it.   How these guys navigate thru it all will be interesting to observe as we are all witness to this "transformation" process.

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batye
batye
5/1/2016 6:34:05 PM
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Re: Entertainment Domain
@mpouraryan  yes, as technology changing more people want to know and learn :) 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/30/2016 8:16:33 PM
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Re: Of Course
I was excatly thinking about the same, both companies stake in Awesomeness TV. It will be interesting to watch further. 

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freehe
freehe
4/30/2016 7:44:20 PM
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Re: Of Course
How will the deal be approved if DreamWorks and Verizon both owe stakes in Awesomeness TV, seems like a conflict of interest for Comcast. The same thing is happening with the AmBev and Pepsico Deal.

It is great that companies are able to provide customers with more services but it doesn't make sense for the FCC to allow companies to get big, say they are too big, tell them to break off into smaller companies only to merge and get big again. Sigh!

 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/30/2016 7:18:27 PM
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Re: Entertainment Domain
How one "stands above" the crowd is the challenge--Look at how "sling", "HBO Now" and others are trying to figure out how to get our attention--that's not even considering other things that are out there.

Have a fab W-End :)))

 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/30/2016 7:17:10 PM
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Re: Entertainment Domain
If the transformation does not continue, it will in the end become irelevant.

 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/30/2016 5:46:41 PM
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Re: Entertainment Domain
  It is becoming ever so crowded.


Just so crowded? I think it's beyind that. This never ending competition of apps at times is becoming little too much. Often times real interesting apps are unseen and unheard for several reasons and soon fading away. 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/30/2016 5:40:52 PM
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Re: Entertainment Domain
Good Points @mpouraryan.

I agree TV is no longer perceived as treaditional TV. it'a acting more like a front face for many applications.

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