Bisnis Industri
Media TV
CALCULATING
MOVIE & SPORTS PROGRAM FOR TV
Amelia Day
Pertemuan Ke-11
23 November 2010
Bisnis & Industri Media
OUTLINE
MOVIE
- Idea
- Pre-production
- Production
- Post-production
SPORTS
- Events
- Pre-production
- Production
- Post-...
Movie Industry
SEJARAH FILM
GLOBAL
- First movie: Dickson
Experimental Sound Film
(1894)
- Film bersuara, durasi 17
detik, diputar
nonkom...
VIDEO
GLOBAL
LOCAL
MOVIE UPS & DOWNS
GLOBAL
http://www.filmsite.org/pre20sintro.html
MOVIE UPS & DOWNS
INDONESIA
Periode Kelahiran & Pertumbuhan (1926–1942)
Periode Jepang (1942–1945)
Masa Peralihan (1945–19...
MOVIE PRODUCTION
Blockbuster / Box Office Movies
US$ 30 million production
=
US$ 100 million dollars in gross sales
http:/...
TV SHOW PRODUCTION
shoot a 30 min. show for public access for less than $300, or
shoot 35mm film infomercial for $175,000
...
TV SHOW PRODUCTION
"The concept that I am working on is in studio with a massive
scenic design set and we're shooting 3-4 ...
TV SHOW PRODUCTION
Powerhouse sitcoms from the mid-90s to early '00s, like Malcolm
in the Middle, Home Improvement, Seinfi...
MOVIE PRODUCTION
Ideally, a Hollywood film has enough theaters
interested in screening it to become profitable within a
fe...
MOVIE PRODUCTION
That is one good reason why most Hollywood
blockbusters use universal themes of action or
romance or come...
MOVIE MADE FOR TV
Sports Industry
Types of Sports
Amateur sports
Athletic sports
Blood sport
Demonstration sport
Disabled sports
Extreme sports
Fantasy spor...
Types of Sports
Physical Sports:
- Air Sports: Hang gliding, Paragliding, Parachuting (Banzai
skydiving, BASE jumping, Sky...
Major Sports Broadcasts
Major sports broadcasts
The sporting event with the largest worldwide audience
is the FIFA World C...
TV Rights of the UEFA Champions
League, per country
UK: 179 million euros
Italy: 98 million euros
Spain: 91 million euros
...
SPORT EVENTS: HISTORY
GLOBAL
- First coverage:
- Ups & downs:
- Today’s scenery
INDONESIA
- First coverage:
- Ups & downs:...
GLOBAL
United States
The first broadcast of a sporting event took place on 11 April 1921 when
Westinghouse station KDKA in...
GLOBAL
United Kingdom
The first sports event broadcast in the United Kingdom was a Rugby
Union international between Engla...
GLOBAL
United Kingdom
The first sports event broadcast in the United Kingdom was a Rugby
Union international between Engla...
ASIAN GAMES 1962
Foto udara Stadion
Ikada selama upacara
pembukaan Pekan
Olahraga Nasional
(PON) II di Jakarta.
Stadion Ik...
GANEFO 1963
Soekarno menyatakan bahwa
olahraga tidak bisa dipisahkan
dari politik. Sebelumnya, dalam
pelaksanakan Asian Ga...
SPORTS PROGRAM UPS & DOWNS
Stats Table:
Rank Club Income (£ mn)
1 Real Madrid 202.0
2 Barcelona 179.1
3 Juventus 173.7
4 Manchester United 167.8
5 AC...
Stefan Szymanski, The Financial Crisis and English Football. Since September 2008
Minggu Depan:
International Trade of Content:
Glocalization
Bibliografi
• Charles C. Moul, A concise handbook of movie
industry economics, Cambridge University Press,
2005
• Gorham A...
• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_film
• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dickson_Experimental_
• http://en.wikipedia....
View of the Fair 'Pasar Gambir "in 1930 at the Royale in Jakarta, Java
http://www.kaskus.us/showthread.php?t=4164222&page=...
Old town and business center of Jakarta 1952
http://www.kaskus.us/showthread.php?t=4164222&page=33
http://www.kaskus.us/showthread.php?t=2989697?t=2989697
http://www.kaskus.us/showthread.php?t=2989697?t=2989697
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  1. 1. Bisnis Industri Media TV CALCULATING MOVIE & SPORTS PROGRAM FOR TV Amelia Day Pertemuan Ke-11 23 November 2010
  2. 2. Bisnis & Industri Media
  3. 3. OUTLINE MOVIE - Idea - Pre-production - Production - Post-production SPORTS - Events - Pre-production - Production - Post-production
  4. 4. Movie Industry
  5. 5. SEJARAH FILM GLOBAL - First movie: Dickson Experimental Sound Film (1894) - Film bersuara, durasi 17 detik, diputar nonkomersial INDONESIA - First movie: Loetoeng Kasaroeng (1926) - Film bisu, diputar di Bioskop Elita, Bandung 31- 12-1926 s/d 6-1-1927 http://www.filmsite.org/pre20sintro.html
  6. 6. VIDEO
  7. 7. GLOBAL
  8. 8. LOCAL
  9. 9. MOVIE UPS & DOWNS GLOBAL http://www.filmsite.org/pre20sintro.html
  10. 10. MOVIE UPS & DOWNS INDONESIA Periode Kelahiran & Pertumbuhan (1926–1942) Periode Jepang (1942–1945) Masa Peralihan (1945–1949)  Lahirnya Produksi Nasional dan Perkembangannya (1950–1955)  Masa Pergolakan (1955–1969)  Masa Orde Baru 1 (pasca-1969)  Masa Orde Baru 2 (1988-1999)  Periode Kebangkitan (1999)
  11. 11. MOVIE PRODUCTION Blockbuster / Box Office Movies US$ 30 million production = US$ 100 million dollars in gross sales http://www.essortment.com/lifestyle/hollywoodmovies_sxmv.htm
  12. 12. TV SHOW PRODUCTION shoot a 30 min. show for public access for less than $300, or shoot 35mm film infomercial for $175,000 http://uclue.com/index.php?xq=1749
  13. 13. TV SHOW PRODUCTION "The concept that I am working on is in studio with a massive scenic design set and we're shooting 3-4 30 minute episodes per day on HD with 5 cameras in a live switch situation. We also have an animated 30 sec opening sequence and 3-4 45 sec animated vignettes within the program. My total budget for 13 episodes with contingencies is just over $50k per episode." http://uclue.com/index.php?xq=1749
  14. 14. TV SHOW PRODUCTION Powerhouse sitcoms from the mid-90s to early '00s, like Malcolm in the Middle, Home Improvement, Seinfield, Friends, and Frasier, each cost $3-$5 million per episode. Meanwhile, for most sitcoms, from the mid-'90s to 2000, costs rose from about $600,000-$800,000 to about $800,000 to $900,000 per episode. Some factors include switching from multi-camera to single camera in order to lower costs. While some production companies have slashed production costs, the average cost of a half-hour program grew from "$994,000 to $1,227,000 per episode, or 23.4 percent, between 2000 and 2003 alone.“ http://uclue.com/index.php?xq=1749
  15. 15. MOVIE PRODUCTION Ideally, a Hollywood film has enough theaters interested in screening it to become profitable within a few months of release. A blockbuster movie with a 30 million dollar production budget may actually gross 100 million dollars in gross sales within two months if the audience is truly interested in the film's subject matter. If the performances are seen as inferior or the storyline predictable, the film may never sell enough tickets to recoup its production costs. http://www.essortment.com/lifestyle/hollywoodmovies_sxmv.htm
  16. 16. MOVIE PRODUCTION That is one good reason why most Hollywood blockbusters use universal themes of action or romance or comedy instead of introspective or edgier subjects. Big-budget motion pictures need to appeal to a general audience if they are to have any chance of success. In a perfect world, some of the profits of a blockbuster film are diverted towards quieter, more artistic films, but quite often the producers will decide to make a more lucrative sequel or another movie in the same genre. http://www.essortment.com/lifestyle/hollywoodmovies_sxmv.htm
  17. 17. MOVIE MADE FOR TV
  18. 18. Sports Industry
  19. 19. Types of Sports Amateur sports Athletic sports Blood sport Demonstration sport Disabled sports Extreme sports Fantasy sports Female sport Individual sport Professional sports Spectator sport Team sport http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outline_of_sports
  20. 20. Types of Sports Physical Sports: - Air Sports: Hang gliding, Paragliding, Parachuting (Banzai skydiving, BASE jumping, Skysurfing, Wingsuit flying) - Archery, Auto racing, Basketball family, Board sports, Bowling, Dance, Fishing, Flying disc, Football family, Gymnastic - Paddle Sports: Kayaking, Rafting, Rowing, Canoeing - Water Sports: Swimming, Freediving, Scuba Diving, Snorkelling Mind Sports: Card games, Strategy board games, Speaking sports Lain-lain: animal sports, thumb wrestling, Foosball, Mahjong, Darts, Tennis Polo, Underwater Football http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outline_of_sports
  21. 21. Major Sports Broadcasts Major sports broadcasts The sporting event with the largest worldwide audience is the FIFA World Cup. Other events that have been described as "the most watched" per various definitions include the Summer Olympic Games, Cricket World Cup, UEFA Champions League, Tour de France, Rugby World Cup (rugby union), Indian Premier League, Super Bowl, and the FIA Formula One World Championship. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sports_broadcasting
  22. 22. TV Rights of the UEFA Champions League, per country UK: 179 million euros Italy: 98 million euros Spain: 91 million euros Germany: 85 million euros France: 52 million euros Croatia: 28 million euros Greece: 8,5 million euros Poland: 8,1 million euros North America: 3,5 million euros Belgium: 2,9 million euros Australia: 2,9 million euros Ireland: 2 million euros Canada: 0,4 million euros Cyprus: 0,2 million euros Season 2009-2010, according to footbiz.blog.capital.fr http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sports_broadcasting
  23. 23. SPORT EVENTS: HISTORY GLOBAL - First coverage: - Ups & downs: - Today’s scenery INDONESIA - First coverage: - Ups & downs: - Today’s scenery
  24. 24. GLOBAL United States The first broadcast of a sporting event took place on 11 April 1921 when Westinghouse station KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania broadcast a 10-round, no decision boxing match between Johnny Dundee and Johnny Ray at Pittsburgh’s Motor Square Garden. NBC broadcast the first televised National Football League (NFL) game when they carried the 22 October 1939 game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Brooklyn Dodgers. The broadcast rights of the NFL would go on to become an important property following the 1958 NFL Championship.
  25. 25. GLOBAL United Kingdom The first sports event broadcast in the United Kingdom was a Rugby Union international between England and Wales, broadcast from Twickenham in January 1927. Two weeks later the first broadcast of a football match took place, with the BBC covering Arsenal's league fixture against Sheffield United at Highbury. Listeners to the broadcast could use numbered grids published in the Radio Times in order to ascertain in which area of the pitch the action was taking place due to a second commentator reading out grid references during the match. The United Kingdom saw the first live television broadcast of a football match, with the BBC showing a specially arranged fixture between Arsenal and Arsenal Reserves on 16th September 1937.
  26. 26. GLOBAL United Kingdom The first sports event broadcast in the United Kingdom was a Rugby Union international between England and Wales, broadcast from Twickenham in January 1927. Two weeks later the first broadcast of a football match took place, with the BBC covering Arsenal's league fixture against Sheffield United at Highbury. Listeners to the broadcast could use numbered grids published in the Radio Times in order to ascertain in which area of the pitch the action was taking place due to a second commentator reading out grid references during the match. The United Kingdom saw the first live television broadcast of a football match, with the BBC showing a specially arranged fixture between Arsenal and Arsenal Reserves on 16th September 1937.
  27. 27. ASIAN GAMES 1962 Foto udara Stadion Ikada selama upacara pembukaan Pekan Olahraga Nasional (PON) II di Jakarta. Stadion Ikada dibangun untuk acara ini, namun dibongkar selesai Asian Games 1962 untuk membuat lahan bagi pembangunan Monumen Nasional (Monas). 10-1951 http://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Televisi_Republik_Indonesia
  28. 28. GANEFO 1963 Soekarno menyatakan bahwa olahraga tidak bisa dipisahkan dari politik. Sebelumnya, dalam pelaksanakan Asian Games 1962, Indonesia melarang Israel dan Taiwan mengikuti Asian Games dengan alasan karena simpati pada Republik Rakyat Cina dan negara-negara Arab. Aksi Indonesia ini diprotes oleh Komite Olimpiade Internasional (KOI) yang mempertanyakan legitimasi Asian Games di Jakarta. http://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/GANEFO
  29. 29. SPORTS PROGRAM UPS & DOWNS
  30. 30. Stats Table: Rank Club Income (£ mn) 1 Real Madrid 202.0 2 Barcelona 179.1 3 Juventus 173.7 4 Manchester United 167.8 5 AC Milan 165.0 6 Chelsea 152.8 7 Internazionale 142.8 8 Bayern Munich 141.5 9 Arsenal 133.0 10 Liverpool 121.7 Source:The Deloitte Football Money League Top 10 European Football Clubs Ranked by Income, Season 2005-06
  31. 31. Stefan Szymanski, The Financial Crisis and English Football. Since September 2008
  32. 32. Minggu Depan: International Trade of Content: Glocalization
  33. 33. Bibliografi • Charles C. Moul, A concise handbook of movie industry economics, Cambridge University Press, 2005 • Gorham Anders Kindem, The American movie industry: the business of motion pictures, Southern Illinois University Press, 1982 • Gorham Anders Kindem, The international movie industry, Southern Illinois University Press, 2000 • Jim Owens, Television sports production, International Sports Broadcasting, LLC, 2007
  34. 34. • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_film • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dickson_Experimental_ • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Movie_theater • http://paidcontent.org/
  35. 35. View of the Fair 'Pasar Gambir "in 1930 at the Royale in Jakarta, Java http://www.kaskus.us/showthread.php?t=4164222&page=33
  36. 36. Old town and business center of Jakarta 1952 http://www.kaskus.us/showthread.php?t=4164222&page=33
  37. 37. http://www.kaskus.us/showthread.php?t=2989697?t=2989697
  38. 38. http://www.kaskus.us/showthread.php?t=2989697?t=2989697
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