My final post for the Real Film Data series is coming soon, but in the meantime I'd like to share a post I worked on for VHX. For those who don't know, VHX is a platform for filmmakers on which they can release their own content, their way, for the price they see fit. I've been working as a Data Analyst with them since January and have had the opportunity to leverage their knowledge into some interesting insights.
One of those is in the following post. It pertains to how you should release a film and across which platforms. Turns out, so long as you do it right, it helps to have your content everywhere.
Exclusivity is dying. Long live Ubiquity! [Click here for the original post at VHX]