Film and TV production, done the right way, is increasingly becoming more profitable. Historically, you required a huge production facility, backing from a major distributor and extremely expensive marketing campaigns to achieve significant commercial success. Improvements in things such as the technology to record and edit, ways you can distribute content through platforms such as Netflix and site setup mean that with the right level of creativity a relatively low budget production can go on to make significant profits.
Bringing this all together requires cohesion across the entire value chain and while multi-billion dollar companies such as Disney and Warner Brothers have had this for decades, in recent
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