Media and entertainment industries comprise movies, prints, radios, and televisions. This segment includes movies, TV shows, radio shows, news, music, newspapers, magazines, and books.
The radio and television broadcasting industry consists of two types of companies. There is a public service broadcaster, where funding is through public money, and commercial broadcasters, which are funded through advertising venues. Radio and television broadcasters create and / or acquire broadcasting content, such as entertainment, news, lectures, and other programs.
Various television broadcasters use digital broadcasting to deliver higher resolution images, known as high definition televisions (HDTVs). They can send a single HDTV broadcast or send some conventional broadcasts. This “Multicasting” means they can send a music concert, for example, from several different camera angles on the same channel. The viewers then choose the views they want to see on their television sets. Other types of broadcasters include cable and subscription or fee-based programs that have a narrower focus, such as sports, education, and youth oriented programming.
The print industry comprises publishing companies that produce newspapers, magazines, books, journals, and magazines, online versions, and directories, mailing lists, software publishing, and video games.
The film industry is mainly composed of large, multinational, main studio, and independent studios. Many of the top-notch film companies are part of larger media conglomerates that include television organizations, cables, newspapers and magazines. In the film industry are sub-sectors: film production, film exhibition, and film after production.
In general, media and entertainment work includes reporters, journalists, and broadcast news analysts; author and author; editor; photographer; graphic designer; translator; movie and video editors and camera operators; good broadcasters and sound technicians; broadcaster; producers and directors; and entertainers-from actors to musicians and composers. Workers behind the scenes and focus on business are civilians, agents and employees representatives, marketing managers, entertainment lawyers, and distribution workers, among others.
Media and Entertainment industry is under the digital transformation (DT) challenges and require to adapting for the various future proof solutions, from overcoming endless option of the content producer and channel for media distribution across traditional national boarders, migration to online content consumption and decline of the printed media, rise of mobile media and entertainment consumption, leveraging big data to understanding and predict for the subscriber behavior, and deploying of chatbot and virtual customer assistant to engage the mass media audience and security of paid content subscription.