Film, Video and Photography
Edited by Robert DeFillippi and Patrik Wikström
Chapter 3: A case study of business model innovation and transformation in China’s film industry
Tuen-Yu Lau and Axel Kwok
This chapter is an analysis of business model innovation and transformation in the film industry in China. The chapter analyses how change is driven both by revised regulations and by technology development. Although there have been a number of policy changes, the creation of film content in China is still highly censored and content delivery channels are monitored by the government. But while these regulations remain, digital technologies transform the distribution and consumption of audio-visual content. These two factors in concert generate business model innovation and reformation and contribute to the current rapid and fascinating development of the Chinese film industry.
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