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It's not Soledad -- kissing his nose at this year's CES is also -- that -- contact remains seeing.
And it's all about getting content wherever you are whatever screen you wanna watch that when ever you wanna watch it.
One company that's really embrace -- the whole concept of delivering content wherever you are is Miramax.
And innovator in this basin really blurring the lines between Hollywood and Silicon Valley.
My playing is as CEO at Miramax and are very happy avionics getting a -- news Garber is -- I'm happy to see you doing so well let's talk about what -- act is unveiling here as the -- really trying to get your contact out everywhere we are.
No question I mean this does show is about utility -- devices connected devices interactivity and be able to have our great films anywhere consumers want them.
And that we announced with the deal was Panasonic -- here and act.
Which are -- is now on that televisions incredible experience we have 75 films available we launched the gap -- in the summer on FaceBook.
Gloria the 75 million friends on FaceBook that have been using the apt our friends of our films and so -- so it's just incredible opportunity for us to go directly to consumers.
And be able to -- the up.
I want to take some notes and I got 161000 friends -- needed -- get some tips -- -- but let's talk about how you're thinking about.
Are releasing contents nice because first it was a before you -- -- about the need theatrical release and manic panic segued and streamlining other avenues.
Now you've got deals that Netflix and Hulu and a look at the list goes on and on how you thinking -- -- content provider.
-- -- unveiling your films and what sort of takes priority in this environments.
-- first -- it's it's it's a complicated time it's a great opportunity as well because -- so much demand for content of these emerging platforms.
If you look at our company today it's primarily about the library and our ability to take this one of content library and exploit that everywhere.
And so we are our films are no longer in theaters so we can leverage both digital television home entertainment but dvd everything.
In order to do that as we look towards new films -- I don't think the theater experience what ever go away it's a meaningful way -- not only promote the film but it's an experience that people like that in July.
Happy windows change over time.
Video on demand becomes something you see more of I think that's a possibility clearly it's it's heading that direction would.
Change the windows but I still think that the theater experience is gonna.
Here for a long.
Instead ads that they need to reduce the price of the popcorn in the senate and -- be thought a lot more often and maybe get me babysitters yeah.
Let's talk about possibly in the concept of other monopoly because you're making that -- with tight users big players out their next -- -- Are you concerned as a content provider and that you may get in bad for lack of a better word.
With that we have a channel with the distribution means that may not be the long term -- that may end -- setting prices and going in the direction the only T.
I think the key for us is to.
Do exactly what you're saying is the work which everybody.
And to be able to exploit our content across various platforms we -- that here in the US nowhere.
Reports have a great strategic relationship -- Netflix but we also did a deal with flu like a lot of experiences through back and his core.
We got that deal done as well and that will hopefully give many more.
With the terms of -- apple they are an incredible company.
Terms of their ability.
To take content provided great experiences to consumers under devices were talking to them and everything about their -- like cloud and other kinds of experiences there -- You know the jury's still out as to who's going to be the winners and clearly they're gonna be some major companies there and I think our strategy is also try to.
Offers many different opportunities yet and let the market side vs vs us being put in the.
That is music to -- years left the market decide let businesses sort of ride that landscape has this industry.
Miramax CEO Mike Lang thank you for joining us a price perspective from a contact for buyers something that we know certainly you -- -- -- in this evolution of what's happening.
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