Watch this short video about the future of entertainment. ——–Transcript Below hi everyone this is Jeff Towson TechMoat Consulting why generative AI is going to decimate Hollywood now I’m talking Disney Netflix Amazon Prime Warner Brothers production houses Production Studios TV studios all of it is in deep trouble now as I’m doing this there’s […]
Jeff Towson’s Podcast 150 delves into the transformative power of generative AI, like ChatGPT, on Hollywood’s entertainment industry. The discussion highlights the potential threats this technology poses to industry leaders like Disney and Netflix. Explore the future of tech strategy in Hollywood and understand why AI could be a game-changer.
Key concepts for this article: The Brutal Economics of Digital / Information Audience-Builder Platforms *** ChatGPT and large language models (LLM) have everyone talking. The ChatGPT prototype launched on November 30 is stunning. ChatGPT, which stands for Generative Pre-Trained Transformer, is basically a superpowered chatbot built on top of OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 suite of large language […]
In this podcast, Jeffrey Towson discusses why he doesn’t like Netflix, Singapore Press, and most digital content businesses. He argues that these businesses lack a moat, which is a sustainable competitive advantage. He also argues that these businesses are too focused on quantity over quality.
In Part 1, I argued that Amazon’s ecommerce business was getting stronger over time (in terms of competitive strength). It has an impressive series of competitive advantages. Amazon Has a Winning Long-Term Strategy. Amazon Prime and Netflix Don’t. (1 of 2) (US-Asia Tech Strategy – Daily Article) I also teed up the idea that Amazon’s […]
In this podcast, Jeffrey Towson discusses how Amazon’s moat in ecommerce is growing, while its moat in video is falling. He compares Amazon’s video business to Netflix and argues that Amazon will need to make some changes in order to maintain its leadership position.
In this podcast, Jeffrey Towson discusses four problems with Hamilton Helmer’s 7 Powers framework. He argues that the framework is too simplistic, does not account for the role of technology, and does not take into account the different competitive dynamics in different industries.