Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
The following case analysis details the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the American entertainment industry, with particular commentary given to ethical considerations amongst the changing landscape of consumer behavior. While the entertainment sector suffered at great lengths due to prolonged closures, multimedia firms such as Warner Bros. and Disney elected to modify their service methods, delivering continued programming at the expense of business partners and creatives. Through legally ambiguous and precedent setting business decisions, cinema chains were neglected and employed talent disenfranchised, thereby setting a trend in the industry that seeks to both eliminate communal theater experiences and reinterpret contractual requirements per cinematic release.
Content Streaming, Filmmaking, COVID-19, Pandemic, Corporate Social Responsibility
Paxson, A. (2022). Downsizing the Silver Screen: An Analysis of COVID-19's Impact on the American Filmmaking Industry. Information Systems Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/isysuht/9