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Why I don’t have Cable TV – a conversation about the TV business.

I believe that traditional TV is archaic and that we should, as society, move on. I understand there are business interest behind it, and they too should move on to new business models. If they cannot adapt they should shot down and disappear, because business should contribute to society, not stop it from growth and evolution.

Broken Television

For over 12 years I have worked creating and delivering some sort of media, for radio, TV, online and film. I am also what they call a cord-cutter. Around 7 years ago I gave up traditional TV, before Hulu existed, before iTunes sold movies. It was Netflix and video rental stores the only thing I consumed (I haven’t been to one in at least 4 years), and youtube was in its infancy. I already understood that changes were coming. That the industry was changing and so should the consumer mindset. I wanted to be part of that change. And little by little, video streaming and downloading has been taking over without people really noticing too much. [Read more…]

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Is there a real online series business model?

the carrot 250px1I have ran businesses before, and I have made it sometimes bad, and sometimes worst. And a few times I would make good decisions. I have learned from many bad decisions and some good ones. And I have observed to the good ones, and remember them.

I have also studied very closely the career of very successful (in my opinion) entrepreneur  business and innovatives minds. I have looked for habits and patterns that I can mimic and eventually make my own.

I was not born a business person, but I got interested after realizing that now, filmmaking, production, and creativity itself, are all businesses.

My company: Green Carrot, provides story development and production services for commercial, online videos and corporate communications, as well as creating original TV content, distributed independently online. [Read more…]

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