Disruptions in the Television & Motion Picture Industry: Building Experiences for the Creative Class Tuesday, 22 October 2019 from 9:45 AM – 10:45 AM

Location
263C
Session Type
Learning Experience

The movie and television business is in a state of evolution, due to the impact of Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu. Their combined aggressiveness around movies and television has led to a major shift in the value chain. Their approach to developing original content changing the way the population is receiving and absorbing content. The rise of new-age media companies like Netflix and Amazon and soon Apple, Alphabet and Facebook has resulted in talent war between traditional Hollywood and the Silicon Valley disruptors. Explore the real estate impact on this phenomenon and how workplaces are being developed and used to create a competitive and creative advantage.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand of the dynamics of the of Hollywood/Silicon Valley war for talent and the strategies being taken to attract and retain talent.

  • Understand the effect this disruption has had on the California real estate market.

  • Examine the workplace strategies being implemented and planned for that specifically cater to the creative work force. Understand the differences between working on a studio lot vs. campus vs stand-alone building.

Speakers

Portrait photo of Antonia Cardone, MCR.w Antonia Cardone, MCR.w
Managing Director, Workplace Strategy & Change Management, Cushman & Wakefield
Speaker
Portrait photo of Stacy Green Stacy Green
Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer, Sony Pictures Entertainment
Speaker
Portrait photo of Craig Schwartz Craig Schwartz
Managing Executive Vice President, Global Real Estate, Facilities, & SEHS, Sony Pictures Entertainment
Speaker
Portrait photo of Michael White Michael White
Managing Director, Principal, Gensler
Speaker

Topics

Talent, Workplace

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