How TV Spielfilm uses data to stay ahead of the changing entertainment industry

Mixpanel

In the 90s TV Spielfilm took the form of a print magazine, sharing TV and movie times along with entertainment stories, delivered to the doorsteps of millions of German subscribers. In the entertainment industry, collecting the right data has always been difficult. The media and entertainment industry will continue to evolve in predictable and unpredictable ways. Customer Stories Growth customer stories Media & Entertainment solution partners

How TV Spielfilm uses data to stay ahead of the changing entertainment industry

Mixpanel

In the 90s TV Spielfilm took the form of a print magazine, sharing TV and movie times along with entertainment stories, delivered to the doorsteps of millions of German subscribers. In the entertainment industry, collecting the right data has always been difficult. The media and entertainment industry will continue to evolve in predictable and unpredictable ways. Customer Stories Growth customer stories Media & Entertainment solution partners

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H.O.M.E: Entertainment – when all the world’s a stage

Inside Intercom

This week, our final episode checks in with how folks are keeping entertained when they can’t leave the house. But what about the people producing that entertainment? Entertaining audiences and giving them a break from worrisome news is certainly a worthwhile mission. Free Entertainment to Help You Survive Coronavirus Social Distancing (CNET). Entertainment – when all the world’s a stage appeared first on Inside Intercom.

I will take my entertainment to go, please.

The Product Coalition

Amazon Prime Video app has won the metadata game for customers like me who take their entertainment on-the-go, mainly on their smartphones or tablets. We do not pay for cable services and hence, we rely on various streaming services for our entertainment. I will take my entertainment to go, please. The Netflix stories feature might have changed my opinion, especially considering the content available on Netflix.

Cultural anthropology for entertainment

dscout People Nerds

A People Nerds interview with Susan Kresnicka

Car Maker Product Managers Face An Apple / Google Threat

The Accidental Product Manager

What this means is that when they are designing their own in-car entertainment and navigation control systems they have the ability to link them to the buttons on the car’s steering wheel. Car manufacturer product managers are facing a problem : the in-car navigation and entertainment systems that they have developed are under assault from Apple and Google. Yes, every car needs a navigation system, but from whom? Image Credit: LotPro Cars.

UserTesting success story: XO Group Inc. improves the wedding planning experience

UserTesting

CX Product Media & entertainment success storyXO Group Inc. , a leading media and technology company with brands The Knot, The Nest and The Bump, publishes multimedia content that inspires, informs, and cheers on people as they plan for some of the biggest moments of their … The post UserTesting success story: XO Group Inc. improves the wedding planning experience appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

Game Design for Business Software PMs

ProductCraft

When you think of business software products, do you imagine something entertaining, fun, exciting, and unexpected? Perhaps, but more likely, you picture something functional, standardized, and practical. After all, its purpose is to help you do your everyday job.

Conquer Distractions With This Simple Chart

Nir Eyal

With our digital devices buzzing, world events demanding our attention, and more things to entertain us than ever before, it certainly seems harder to focus on what’s really important. Is the world more distracting? Sometimes it seems that way. And yet, focus is exactly what it takes to get things done and get ahead. Distraction […]. The post Conquer Distractions With This Simple Chart appeared first on Nir and Far. Upgrading Yourself addiction distraction technology

Haters, Our Product is Physical and Digital by Sophie Deen

Mind the Product

She covers: Using mainstream entertainment to teach kids. Teaching kids with entertainment. Sophie begins by explaining that mainstream entertainment has been scientifically proven to help preschoolers improve their skills in reading and writing. In this talk at ProductTank London, get set for a giggle as Sophie Deen, CEO of Bright Little Labs , heartwarmingly takes us through her journey of building a product to help introduce computer science to children in the UK.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – The Importance of Reducing Waste

Clever PM

I find it entertaining when people talk about how Agile and Lean and Kanban are all relatively new, untested, and revolutionary concepts. That’s because they’re none of those things — they’re simply descendants of ideas and concepts that have existed in manufacturing contexts for a half-century or more, just pitched in a different way, at […]. Product Management Agile Culture Do's Good PM Leadership Scrum

The Impact of COVID-19 on Managed Services Businesses

TSIA

Companies that supply technology solutions for heavily impacted verticals like retail, travel, entertainment, and hospitality, are seeing dramatically negative impacts, while businesses that supply services for remote worker solutions are seeing the exact opposite effect Much like the current SARS-CoV-2 virus is affecting age groups differently, the business impact of this pandemic is also being felt differently across different segments of the technology industry.

Managing Change – Joe Leech on The Product Experience [Rebroadcast]

Mind the Product

Joe gave one of the most entertaining and engaging talks at Mind the Product in London 2018, so we followed [.]. Just call him Mr Joe.

How empathy can re-align our perception of value

The Product Coalition

It made me appreciate how convenient entertainment had become on flights. oh well, we have other things to entertain us”. I fell in love with the technology of in-flight entertainment but failed to understand the problem it was solving.

Killing Zombies – Lisa Long on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

All have killed zombies, and entertained us as they did so… but only Lisa did so on stage at London’s ProductTank, giving us practical advice on how to kill off zombie features and products – and why it’s absolutely necessary to do so. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

The Science of Product – Holly Hester-Reilly on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

A recovering music journalist and editor, he launched Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, and has worked across sectors including museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. Is product management an art or a science?

User Research Interviews – Robert Chokr on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

A recovering music journalist and editor, he launched Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, and has worked across sectors including museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. Talking to users is easy.

Beyond the Hype on AI – Ashwini Asokan on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Ashwini Asokan, CEO and co-founder of intelligent retail automation platform VUE.ai, is working to evolve the world of retail, making shopping more of an entertainment experience. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

Managing Change – Joe Leech on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Joe gave one of the most entertaining and engaging talks at Mind the Product in London 2018, so we followed up with him to get to the stories that he didn’t get to share on stage – including the surprising difference between purchasing a fridge and a washing machine. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. Just call him Mr Joe.

5 Ways to successfully sail through the ‘work-from-home’ era

DemandMatrix

Digital Entertainment Channels: While working from home, people need some leisure time apart from work and digital entertainment is the best way to go out of the exertion. Entertainment Channels like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Alt Balaji and Zee 5, etc. As we are entering into the 2 nd quarter of the year, the entire world is still fighting a common battle named COVID-19.

Gaming Analytics: How to Leverage Your Customer Data for Sustained Business Growth

Indicative

Consider the story of King Digital Entertainment , the makers of Candy Crush, as an example. Data Analytics Applications in the Gaming and Entertainment Industry. Gaming data is one of the most valuable sources of information out there. . With 2.7

How To Rock Your Workshops – Jonathan Courtney on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Taking a break from the always entertaining/sometimes informative podcast Jake & Jonathan (formerly known as The Product Breakfast club, which he co-hosts with Jake Knapp), AJ&Smart CEO Jonathan Courtney joined us to chat about Design Sprints, workshops, and how to get groups of people collaborating. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Keeping Track Of Your HEART – Tomer Sharon on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Cracking The Data Code – Mike Bugembe on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. Edwards Deming wrote, “In God we trust, all others must bring data.”

Product In The Enterprise – Alicia Dixon on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

A recovering music journalist and editor, he launched Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, and has worked across sectors including museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Testing Business Ideas – David Bland on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. David Bland is the CEO and Founder of Precoil, an author, and a long-time practitioner of agile and lean startup.

Let’s Play a Game – Todd Green on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Interactive entertainment. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. Interactive entertainment. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Discover Everything – Teresa Torres on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

How to Influence Without Power – Tim Herbig on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. Tim Herbig has made many mistakes (who hasn’t?).

Hedging Your Bets – Lucie McLean on the Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

Remote Discovery – Teresa Torres on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Creating a Product Culture – Nick Ramsay on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

How to Innovate – Ryan Jacoby on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

Podcast: Roadmaps, OKRs, Vision and Prioritisation with Bruce McCarthy

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

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Making Decisions That Scale ? Julia Whitney on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. In previous roles, Julia Whitney led teams at WGBH and the BBC, so she’s familiar with rooms full of people in meetings where decisions not only don’t get made, they’re sometimes actively avoided.

Podcast: Don’t Worry About Being Cool with Petra Wille

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

Impossible unsubscribes

Business of Software Conference

We were most entertained to receive this response from Jaclyn at FullStory , partly because it is always lovely to hear from people, particularly when they say nice things. Impossible unsubscribes. In this week’s excellent newsletter, ( you should subscribe if you are smart & cynical enough ), we shared this Twitter thread showing why it can take several days to unsubscribe from some newsletters.

Build Relationships With Your Customers – Fabrice des Mazery on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

A recovering music journalist and editor, he launched Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, and has worked across sectors including museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. Over the course of lockdown, how we maintain relationships with our nearest and dearest has been tested.

The Internet of Things – Daniel Elizalde on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

South and Latin America – Guido Lonetti on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.