Precarious Creativity: Global Media, Local Labor examines the increasingly globalized and interconnected nature of screen media labor. 

Warner Bros. and the Media Industries Project Launch Second Year of Landmark Connected Viewing Initiative. Click to meet the team.

Cord cutting has been the subject of much debate and source of concern, yet the trend is just one of many pressures currently upending the way the television industry conducts its business.

Despite reality television's central position in the new TV economy, working conditions have improved little over the last decade.

Despite the rising status of visual effects industry, the sector has been in turmoil for over a decade, a situation made palpable with massive layoffs and bankruptcy.

The Media Industries Project examines the profound changes affecting media industries worldwide, focusing especially on creative labor, digital distribution, and globalization. 

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