What’s Your Take On Australia’s Moving Media Landscape?

What’s Your Take On Australia’s Moving Media Landscape?
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Whatever corner of the industry you work in, if moving pictures is part of your remit, you better strap yourself in because a whole lot of change is coming – in fact, it’s already happening.

Your workplace is changing. You hear random anecdotes and statistics. But it’s hard to get a handle on where things are heading, what’s really going on.

Wouldn’t you like some hard data to make sense of it all? And better yet, wouldn’t you like to have your say in what the state of play is right now, and what it could be?

Well, have we got an opportunity for you!

Preferred Media has been helping broadcasters, film producers, advertising agencies and brand advertisers store their film and video content for over three decades.

Now the company has created a survey designed to provide a comprehensive picture of how Australia is creating and delivering content, from movies, to TV, to mobile ads. It covers key issues like:

  • who creates content;
  • budgets and funding;
  • distribution and promotion;
  • measuring success;
  • how content is managed; and
  • key challenges and opportunities.

If you take the survey now, you’ll get the answers.

Yes, that’s right! Donate just 10 minutes of your time and fill out the questionnaire, Preferred Media will send you a copy of the findings, FREE of charge!

Better still, your input will go towards helping the rest of the industry navigate through the complexities and oncoming hurdles associated with the moving image.

So, what are you waiting for? Click here to have your say now!

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