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Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
Calculating Premium Content: Movies & Sports
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Departemen Ilmu Komunikasi, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, Universitas Indonesia

Departemen Ilmu Komunikasi, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, Universitas Indonesia

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  • 1. Manajemen Keuangan Stasiun Televisi Perhitungan Tayangan (movies & sports) Amelia Day Pertemuan Ke-4 28 Februari 2011
  • 2. Video (facial recognition)
  • 3. Pay As You Look
  • 4. Pay As You Look
  • 5. Like other content business… Antre beli tiket…
  • 6. Like other content business… Antre beli tiket…
  • 7. Like other content business… Antre beli tiket…
  • 8. Like other content business… Antre beli tiket…
  • 9. Same author… Different players Different medium
  • 10. Once upon a time…
  • 11.  
  • 12.  
  • 13. O  T…
  • 14. Back to content business
    • Movie business:
    • Production  script fees, wages, actor contracts
    • Distribution  cost of reel copies, packing & shipment
    • Exhibition  promotion costs, cineplex maintenance
  • 15. Movie business
    • Can the economic success of a film be predicted based on any ex ante observed characteristics?
    • (Charles C. Moul, A concise handbook of movie industry economics, Cambridge:2005)
    before the event "
  • 16. As movie literature recorded… Star Value
  • 17. As movie literature recorded… Star Value
  • 18. Bankable Stars
  • 19. Number 1: PRODUCTION
  • 20. Economies of Scale in Production
    • Live performance for 5,000 audience
    • Live performance for 3,000 audience
    • Live performance for 1,000 audience
    • Live performance for 100 audience
    COST Star Value
  • 21. Number 2: DISTRIBUTION
  • 22. Economies of Scale in Distribution
    • Domestic distribution
    • Global distribution
    • “ Release Window”  (cinema, home video, TV, etc.) at different times vs. “Simultaneous Release”
    • Straight-to-video release  Pay TV
    Star Value
  • 23. Number 3: EXHIBITION
  • 24. International Viewers
    • - opened in Finland 13 Oct 2006 (40 copies)
    • - debuted at #2, after The Devil Wears Prada
    • - opened in China 24 Oct 2006 (150 copies) in 70 cities
    • - the movie's international distribution rights have been sold to more than 30 countries
    • - in Finland the movie grossed €607,038 with 79,050 tickets sold
    Jade Warrior is the first Finnish movie to be released in movie theaters in China
  • 25. natoonline.org
  • 26. Other Pipes of Int’l Distribution
    • Release Window:
    • Theater
    • Home viewing (DVD, Video-On-Demand, Download, Television etc.)
    • Digital cache: Hulu
  • 27. williamsager.com
  • 28. Movie Costs
  • 29. Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life
    • Story rights and screenplay: $ 4 million
    • Producers: $ 4 million
    • Director (Jan de Bont): $ 5 million
    • Cast: $17.25 million
    • Angelina Jolie: $12 million
    • Extras: $ 250,000
    • Other (inc. Angelina's perks): $ 5 million
    • Production costs: $67 million
    • Set design and construction: $17.8 million
    • Visual Effects: $13 million
    • Music: $ 3.3 million
    • Editing: $ 3 million
    • Post Production costs: $ 1.5 million
    • Total: $118 million
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_budgeting
  • 30. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
    • Story rights (Carolco and Gale Anne Hurd): $19.5 million
    • Screenplay: $ 5.2 million
    • John D. Brancato & Michael Ferris: $ 1 million
    • Director (Jonathan Mostow): $ 5 million
    • Producers: $10 million
    • Cast: $35 million
    • Arnold Schwarzenegger: $29.25 million
    • (+ 20% gross profits)
    • Arnold's perks: $ 1.5 million
    • Rest of principal cast: $ 3.85 million
    • Extras: $ 450,000
    • Production costs: $58 million
    • Post-production costs: $ 4 million
    • Visual effects: $20 million
    • Music: $ 2 million
    • Other costs: $33.6 million
    • Total: $187.3 million
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_budgeting
  • 31. Movie Gross
  • 32. Terminator 1, 2, 3, 4
    • Carolco Pictures (1991)
    • Hemdale Film Corporation & Studios: Pacific Western Productions (1984)
    • Internationale Medien und Film & C2 Pictures (2003)
    • The Halcyon Company (2009)
    • Terminator 2: Judgment Day ($519,843,345)
    • TOTAL 4 MOVIES: $1,402,938,567
    • AVERAGE PER MOVIE: $ 350,734,642
    • Total costs Terminator 3: $ 187,300,000
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_highest-grossing_films * Canada and U.S. gross only.
  • 33. natoonline.org natoonline.org
  • 34. natoonline.org natoonline.org
  • 35. TV Window
  • 36. Broadcast Income
    • in-kind donations of time and skills by volunteers (common with community broadcasters)
    • direct government payments or operation of public broadcasters
    • indirect government payments, such as radio and television licenses
    • grants from foundations or business entities
    • selling advertising or sponsorships
    • public subscription or membership
  • 37. Blockbuster Package
    • MTV Networks has acquired the broadcast premiere rights to some of 2010's hit theatrical films from NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution.
    • Spike TV, the deal's primary beneficiary, attains rights to "Robin Hood" ($310 million gross worldwide), "Wolfman" ($160 million), and "Green Zone" ($94 million), which target the network's male demographic of Men 18-49.
    • Comedy Central procures the rights to the broadcast premiere of "Get Him to the Greek" while MTV acquires "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World."
    http://www.prnewswire.com
  • 38. www.trifectaentertainment.com
  • 39. www.trifectaentertainment.com
  • 40. www.trifectaentertainment.com
  • 41. www.trifectaentertainment.com
  • 42. www.trifectaentertainment.com
  • 43. More on broadcast release windows per movie title see schedule samples at: http://www.ascentsyndication.com/programs/Paramount-Elite.aspx
  • 44. What about Sports Programs?
  • 45. More on sports rights contract in other countries, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sports_broadcasting_contracts_in_the_Philippines
  • 46. Money Money Money
    • Money, money, money Must be funny In the rich man's world Money, money, money Always sunny In the rich man's world Aha-ahaaa All the things I could do If I had a little money It's a rich man's world
  • 47. Next Week: TV Operations

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