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DATE 2011-12-26
FROM Ruben Safir
SUBJECT Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Maybe it was SOPA
From owner-hangout-outgoing-at-mrbrklyn.com Mon Dec 26 04:31:37 2011
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Here is a particularly insightful part of the article

"As bad as the economy is for adults, it's worse for teenagers," said
Phil Contrino, editor of BoxOffice.com , by way of
an explanation. "Because they have less disposable income and because
they are more plugged in to audience reaction on Facebook and Twitter,
the teenage audience is becoming picky," he added. "That's a nightmare
for studios that are used to pushing lowest-common-denominator films."

So if those kids have no money then SOPA won't save the studios a red cent.


On 12/26/2011 04:32 AM, Ruben Safir wrote:
>
> A Year of Disappointment at the Movie Box Office
>
>
> By BROOKS BARNES
>
>
> LOS ANGELES --- With five days left in 2011, ticket sales in North
> America are running about $500 million behind last year --- despite
> higher prices --- prompting a round of soul searching by studios
> trying to determine what went wrong and how best to proceed.
>
> Movies are a cyclical business and analysts say that 2010 benefited
> mightily from holdover sales for "Avatar," which was released late in
> 2009 and became one of the most popular movies of all time. A decline
> of hundreds of millions of dollars is not catastrophic when weighed
> against the size of the industry. Over all, North American ticket
> revenue for 2011 is projected to be about $10.1 billion, according to
> Hollywood.com, which compiles box-office data.
>
> That is only a 4.5 percent falloff from 2010. But studio executives
> are alarmed by the downturn nonetheless, in part because the real
> picture is worse than the raw revenue numbers suggest.
>
> Revenue, for instance, has been propped up by a glut of 3-D films,
> which cost $3 to $5 more per ticket. Studios made 40 pictures in 3-D
> in the last 12 months, up from 24 last year, according to
> BoxOfficeMojo.com , a movie database.
> Theaters have also continued to increase prices for standard tickets;
> moviegoers now pay an average of $7.89 each, up 1 percent over last year.
>
> Attendance for 2011 is expected to drop 5.3 percent, to 1.27 billion,
> continuing a slide. Attendance declined 6 percent in 2010.
>
>
> http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/26/business/media/a-year-of-disappointment-for-hollywood.html?_r=1&pagewanted=print
>
>
>
>


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Here is a particularly insightful part of the article



“As bad as the economy is for adults, it’s worse for teenagers,”
said Phil Contrino, editor of href="http://BoxOffice.com">BoxOffice.com, by way of an
explanation. “Because they have less disposable income and because
they are more plugged in to audience reaction on Facebook and
Twitter, the teenage audience is becoming picky,” he added. “That’s
a nightmare for studios that are used to pushing
lowest-common-denominator films.”



So if those kids have no money then SOPA won't save the studios a
red cent.





On 12/26/2011 04:32 AM, Ruben Safir wrote:



 A Year of Disappointment at the Movie Box Office






           By BROOKS BARNES


          
<http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/b/brooks_barnes/index.html?inline=nyt-per>



LOS ANGELES --- With five days left in 2011, ticket sales in North
America are running about $500 million behind last year ---
despite higher prices --- prompting a round of soul searching by
studios trying to determine what went wrong and how best to
proceed.




Movies are a cyclical business and analysts say that 2010
benefited mightily from holdover sales for "Avatar," which was
released late in 2009 and became one of the most popular movies of
all time. A decline of hundreds of millions of dollars is not
catastrophic when weighed against the size of the industry. Over
all, North American ticket revenue for 2011 is projected to be
about $10.1 billion, according to Hollywood.com, which compiles
box-office data.




That is only a 4.5 percent falloff from 2010. But studio
executives are alarmed by the downturn nonetheless, in part
because the real picture is worse than the raw revenue numbers
suggest.




Revenue, for instance, has been propped up by a glut of 3-D films,
which cost $3 to $5 more per ticket. Studios made 40 pictures in
3-D in the last 12 months, up from 24 last year, according to
BoxOfficeMojo.com <http://BoxOfficeMojo.com>, a movie
database. Theaters have also continued to increase prices for
standard tickets; moviegoers now pay an average of $7.89 each, up
1 percent over last year.




Attendance for 2011 is expected to drop 5.3 percent, to 1.27
billion, continuing a slide. Attendance declined 6 percent in
2010.






http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/26/business/media/a-year-of-disappointment-for-hollywood.html?_r=1&pagewanted=print














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