Investigating the Intersection of Media and Technology (All Things Video Podcast)
Monday, 10 September 2018 David Bloom is a journalist, strategist, and educator who has been covering the intersection of entertainment and technology for more than two decades. He writes weekly columns for Tubefilter and TV[R]EV, teaches at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, and hosts a podcast called Bloom in Tech.
David and I cover a wide range of topics in this episode, from Netflix’s aggressive content spending and Facebook Watch’s international launch the rise of the celebrity showrunner. We also examine the FTC’s treatment of influencer marketing campaigns versus celebrity endorsements and debate the issue of censorship on social media platforms. Finally, we touch on the recent Logan Paul v. KSI boxing match as well as the success of Crazy Rich Asiansat the box office and what it means for minority representation in Hollywood. You can listen to this podcast on Apple or right here.
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