Paycheck Movie Season Or Peak TV or Digital Music Consumption Fatigue

Paycheck Movie Season Or Peak TV or Digital Music Consumption Fatigue as KOP runs through some popular tags to describe things that happen in media at the start of a new year.

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Liam Neeson and Gerard Butler lead new movies The Commuter and Den of Thieves respectively. These two actors represent January and February movies that actors make that they supposedly act in for a paycheck.

Plus, the Netflix and Hulu laugh at the cable and broadcast networks fretting over Peak TV season. Radio is delusional to Digital Music Consumption Fatigue while listeners are fatigued at what they are offering.

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MoviePass Mistake; Voice vs. Idol Showdown; Digital Wake Up Call for Radio

MoviePass is a Mistake, The Voice vs. American Idol Showdown in March, plus KOP gives a Digital Wake Up Call for Radio.

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Plus, we check out what we learned out of the TCA Winter Press Tour,  is Liam Neeson simply playing Bryan Mills again in his new movie, The Commuter. Plus, the Year in Sad Rap, and why corporate radio suits are so out of touch with what they need to do to fix the radio.

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Pop Culture and Media in 2017 and the Corporate Obstacles to Come in 2018

KOP discusses Pop Culture and Media in 2017 and the Corporate Obstacles to Come in 2018 in the world of Movies, TV, Music and Radio.

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In the inaugural episode of Creative Not Corporate, KingOfPodcasts talks about the state of the Movie Box Office in decline, TV habits continuing to change to on-demand and music streaming continuing to climb.

We look at how radio and TV is trying to stay relevant in obeyance of the corporate suits in the ongoing evolution of consumers becoming on-demand and consuming more on their own time.

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