new media

February 2017

Movie Releases May Get Into Homes Faster via Premium VOD

By | February 9, 2017|Categories: Media Clips|Tags: , , |

The world of video on demand (VOD) is evolving steadily as VOD networks and their content suppliers continue to find synergies and profit strategies beyond everyone’s expectations. It seems like both sides are not necessarily in opposition at this point – both just want to figure this out. One example is the speed at which [...]

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September 2016

Netflix: A Global Brand

By | September 16, 2016|Categories: Media Clips|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

By: Isabel Gento (Contract Compliance and Forensics Associate, Green Hasson Janks) and Kyle Kazanjian-Amory (Contract Compliance and Forensics Associate, Green Hasson Janks) Preliminary research done by: Devin Tang (Intern, Green Hasson Janks)   Does anyone remember rewinding their VHS player to re-watch The Wizard of Oz for a third time? Maybe you were lucky enough to have one [...]

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February 2016

Brave New Media World: The Various Forms of New Media, Studio Reporting and Potential Concerns

By | February 24, 2016|Categories: Media Clips|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

By Michael Sippel (Senior Manager, Contract Compliance and Forensics, Green Hasson Janks) EST, VOD, SVOD, FVOD, and ADSS… What do they mean, and why do we care? The ascent of new media markets – with the simultaneous decline of the hard goods home video industry – is evidence of a diversifying brave new media world. [...]

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Australia’s New “Netflix Tax”

By | February 19, 2016|Categories: Media Clips, Taxing Thoughts|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

By Jason Booth (Principal, Green Hasson Janks) Just days ago (Feb. 10, 2016), the Australian treasurer introduced draft legislation to ensure that the country’s goods and services tax (“GST”) would apply to digital products and other services provided to Australian consumers by foreign vendors in a way that is similar to how GST applies to [...]

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