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Changing the Nature of Entertainment

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Changing the Nature of Entertainment

Map Pointer Icon Future Reality Theatre
17 Sep 2017
From analog to digital delivery, the main stay of entertainment has been about pushing content to consumers in a rectilinear fashion. We are now at a time where that changes. We are at a time where the lines between what is a game and what is entertainment is being blurred. Is the actor real or computer generated? Join our fireside chat with two individuals whose companies are at the forefront of these changing times.
Chairperson
Jim Chabin, President - VR Society
John Canning, VP New Media & Chair New Media Council - Producers Guild of America
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