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The Movies is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies — a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.
This episode is also known as “The British Film Industry” also as “BBC” and “The choices of film creation”.
As always, the episode was written by members of The Goodies.
The Goodies won the Silver Rose in 1975 for this episode at the Festival Rose d’Or, held in Montreux, Switzerland.
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Study: Online Users Willing To Pay for Digital Video Content

Study: Online Users Willing To Pay for Digital Video Content

There's a new study out from Pew Internet & American Life Project, and the overall theme seems to be that digital content purchases are on the rise.  In fact, they've pulled even with traditional e-commerce purchases.  66% of Internet users purchase traditional goods and services …

Digital Media Is Trouncing Traditional Media Among Generation Y Consumers

Digital Media Is Trouncing Traditional Media Among Generation Y Consumers

MediaPost writes today, summarizing a study from L2, that Generation Y is more prone to connect to brands digitally than any previous generation before it.  And while that may not be a surprise–gee, young people are more into social and digital media than older people, …

The Week’s Best Viral Videos & Marketing Lessons – 12/24/2010

The Weeks Best Viral Videos & Marketing Lessons   12/24/2010

It's Christmas Eve, and even though many of us aren't in the office today going about our normal routine, we can still take a few moments to check out some of the week's better viral video success stories.  In fact, I'm squeezing in a few …

Celebrity Endorsements In Viral Video Ads Fall Short? Calling BS On The New York Times

Celebrity Endorsements In Viral Video Ads Fall Short?  Calling BS On The New York Times

Sigh.  Another day, another huge exaggeration by the media to a small data sample.  This time, it's the New York Times.  And I guess they have to sell papers, so I understand a certain amount of sensationalism.  But I think this goes a little far.

How Women Connect and Engage With Online Video – Nielsen Research

How Women Connect and Engage With Online Video   Nielsen Research

Nielsen did some research recently and had a webinar about how women are connecting with online video. I wasn't able to get into that webinar but I was able to download the video. I thought it curious that there would be such a massive difference …

The New York Times Reminds Us of The Power of Good Acting

The New York Times Reminds Us of The Power of Good Acting

The silent movie is enjoying a comeback—for this week, at least.  And it's courtesy of The New York Times. In a video gallery entitled "Fourteen Actors Acting – A Video Gallery Of Classic Screen Types", the paper has teamed up with Solve Sundsbo, Owen Pallett, …

Amazon Goes Hollywood With Amazon Studios – Filmmakers and Screenwriters Wanted

Amazon Goes Hollywood With Amazon Studios – Filmmakers and Screenwriters Wanted

ReelSEO’s Grant Crowell I interviewed a spokesperson from Amazon.com’s new online business, Amazon Studios to learn about the program’s new business model for discovering and paying new filmmaking talent with an eye on making big motion pictures. But do they plan to expand beyond feature length-films, and offer these same business opportunities and incentives to web-based video producers as well?

Hulu Plus Emerges From Preview, Cuts Price By Two Dollars To $7.99

Hulu Plus Emerges From Preview, Cuts Price By Two Dollars To $7.99

Hulu is taking the training wheels off their premium service, Hulu Plus, and releasing it out into the wild.  In addition, they've also slashed the price by $2, making the monthly fee $7.99.  While the price cut is not a surprise, most of the recent …

Online Video Moves: The Mouse, the Peacock and Digital Media Distribution

Online Video Moves: The Mouse, the Peacock and Digital Media Distribution

There have been some moves recently by big names in online video. I've compiled them here as just a quick list to help keep you all in the loop. The big news involves Disney, Hulu, NBC Universal and NetFlix. I know you don't think it …

Hulu Considers Slashing Hulu Plus Subscription Price In Half

Hulu Considers Slashing Hulu Plus Subscription Price In Half

Hulu Plus, the premium service from the video site owned by ABC, NBC, and CBS, is weighing a 50% price cut, according to All Things Digital.  The service would presumably remain the same, but cost only $4.95 per month instead of the current $9.95.

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