[Tig] Post production futures

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Fri Jun 24 17:01:31 BST 2011

That's certainly no shock to those of us who have seen it in it's heyday, 80's and 90's, through the state of things today. It's funny how the movie industry in the Great Depression actually grew, and flourished at that time. I guess the losses today are a true sign of these times. And as much as I like where the technology has evolved, it has certainly cut out entire processes in making a movie. Unfortunately that also means companies and jobs. 
Thanks for sharing Bob. 


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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bob Festa" <bobfesta at mac.com> 
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Sent: Friday, June 24, 2011 10:46:45 AM 
Subject: [Tig] Post production futures 

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Just in case you missed it. Here is a Yahoo Finance article on the most doomed industries in America. 

Guess who is at the top of the list of declining revenue? 




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