In honor of Independence Day tomorrow, a day for watching good movies and listening to good music with the family, we felt it prudent to release this report to help everyone ease into the holiday spirit. Enjoy!
Standard & Poor’s report on the Movies and Entertainment industry is broken up into nine extremely detailed sections. The report compares the home video sector, music album sales, domestic cinema box-office revenue, television shows, cloud based music sharing and others to previous years and global trends. Individual companies are analyzed for their strategy, and popular albums and movies are compared to each other. Every single sector of the industry is reviewed and given a prediction for the future based upon its performance in the past.
This report also contains great trivia to test your family over the holiday to see how smart they are. But first let’s see how smart you are:
- What were the top ten grossing films of 2012?
- What were the top five grossing films through early May, 2013?
- What were the top five best selling music albums of 2012?
- What are the top 27 best selling music albums of all time?
- What are the top five largest North-American theater chains?
This report is 40 pages long, contains 7 graphs, 15 charts, a glossary of terms and the answers to the trivia questions. Standard and Poor’s comprehensive report on the Movies and Entertainment Industry is valuable for everyone from a die-hard movie lover to the industry expert to the prudent investor.