Some very important new paradigm shifts changing film, TV, music, games and other media production.
Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs): NFTs are unique digital assets that are verified on a blockchain network, making them unique and valuable. These assets can be anything from digital art to music, video clips, or even virtual real estate.
The Metaverse is a collective virtual shared space created by the convergence of multiple virtual worlds, augmented reality, and the physical world. It is a fully immersive and interactive world where users can engage with each other, trade NFTs, and participate in a wide range of virtual activities.
Web3 is the next generation of the internet, where decentralized blockchain technology is used to create more secure and private web services. It enables users to have complete control over their data and transactions while still accessing the full range of internet services.
How to Produce, Distribute and Earn Revenue in Metaverse, Web3 with DeFi, NFTs, AI, AR/VR and other disruptive technologies in Film, TV, Music, Games, Sports and Digital Media
Metaverse, NFTs and Web3 represent the future of digital production, where unique digital assets can be created, shared, and traded in an immersive virtual world, all while leveraging the power of decentralized blockchain technology for increased security and privacy.
Identify immersive environments, develop communites and consensus economy paradigms applicable to the specific project and entertainment segment. Select business models. Develop revenue sharing mechanisms.
Audience aggregation and engagement through relationships with exchanges, NFTs platforms and other relevant market participants.
Develop pre-, during and post launch strategy. Devise path to revenue and scaling.
Example -- Stages of Film and TV Production, Marketing and Distribution Using Blockchain, DeFi and NFTs
Create consensus economy and integrate DeFi aspects for funding and pre-production. Create NFTs associated with funding and co-production of the project.
Socialize marketing through the consensus economy organization and create NFT offerings to market the project.
Distribute film or TV program through consensus economy mechanisms and create NFTs with video clips, tickets and other collectible experiences.
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Mariana was EVP Business Development for games developer NTN Buzztime, Inc. (AMEX:NTN) and Head of Business Development, Content Aggregation and Production for MediaZone, a broadband video company launched and owned by NASPERS Internet (largest owner of Tencent). Mariana also founded and directed the Digital Media Incubator at KPMG LLP. Portfolio companies raised angel investments fromMichael Jackson, Beny Alagem, Al Copeland, IdeaLab, David Gefen, Brian Singer, Bob Daly, Jeff Pollack of
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Mariana served on the New Media Board and serves on the International Committee of the Producers Guild of America and is a member of the Television Academy. Mariana served on the Board of the Tim
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