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The COMUNICANO for Monday March 27 2017

If you're wondering why the news today is Hollywood themed, today marks the start of CinemaCon in Las
March 27 · Issue #52 · View online
Andy Abramson

If you’re wondering why the news today is Hollywood themed, today marks the start of CinemaCon in Las Vegas. If any industry is about to go through a transformation, it’s the movie and television industry which is here in Los Angeles. For years the on-screen world has been largely a world divided, with big screen movies and small screen television programming. Not anymore. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and Apple are at the front of the line driving change, while the studios and networks look to figure out how everything from Broadband to Artificial Intelligence to Big Data to Dynamic Video Advertising all change their game.

Then we have the changes going on in D.C…and at Enterprise Connect the Tad Hack Mini happened over the weekend. Longtime friend Thomas Howe mashed away, client Temasys had some winners… there’s that news too and lots, lots more, in today’s COMUNICANO!!

Hollywood Watch
Netflix: The Monster That’s Eating Hollywood (WSJ Subscription Required)
From Multiplex to Living Room, in 45 Days or Less (WSJ Subscription Required)
Exclusive: AMC plans ad-free streaming service for cable subscribers
Government Watch
Trump plans office to bring business ideas to government
Developer Watch
TADHack-mini Orlando 2017: The Hacks Are In
AI Watch
Tech community "dumbfounded" by Mnuchin's dismissal of AI impact on jobs
Google wants its AI Assistant to get all gadgets to talk to each other
New Tech Watch
British Airways Starts Scanning Faces to Enable Faster Boarding
For advertisers, algorithms can lead to unexpected exposure on sites spewing hate
The fastest-growing apps in America
Concur explores virtual reality for the corporate travel market
Odds & Ends
Broadband users in line for millions in Ofcom compensation plan | Business
How to reference check your prospective investor
The days of Google Talk are now officially over
Learning the lesson from United's unforced error on girls' leggings
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