Will Hollywood read the tea leaves?

Hollywood’s future, like radio’s, will involve embracing change and – most importantly – checking in with what consumers want, not what Hollywood wants.

See this terrific article from the LA Times.

Key section:

The era of moviegoing as a mass audience ritual is slowly but inexorably drawing to a close, eroded by many of the same forces that have eviscerated the music industry, decimated network TV and, yes, are clobbering the newspaper business. Put simply, an explosion of new technology — the Internet, DVDs, video games, downloading, cellphones and iPods — now offers more compelling diversion than 90% of the movies in theaters, the exceptions being “Harry Potter”-style must-see events or the occasional youth-oriented comedy or thriller
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