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Foreshadowing the Death of Hollywood

The LATimes has an interesting article about the slow death of the Hollywood film industry. Citing home video, the video Ipod and general audience dissatisfaction, they predict a long, drawn out fading away of the industry. They also cite the groupthink that allows the studio executives to keep screwing up so impressively.

Nothing terribly new here, if you've been reading this site, but it's great to see the mainstream media picking this up. --Terrence Ryan

Posted by on November 23, 2005 6:45 PM
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