For 100 years, Hollywood has been defined by the majors. That may be about to change.
The studios lost the first pillar of their empire when they were forced to give up theaters. They lost the second pillar when they ended the “factory” system through which they held talent in their control. They lost the third pillar when rivals such as Netflix managed to create their own libraries. Now there’s only one pillar left: distribution. And soon that will be gone, too. Facinating all togetherhere
This is an email from the AJC regarding their investigative journalism that leverages the Oscar win for Spotlight.
As you can probably guess, our newsroom has been buzzing since “Spotlight” was awarded its best picture Oscar. We’re excited because the film did such an extraordinary job of presenting to a broad audience the kind of work that inspired many of us to become journalists.
I want to take this opportunity to let you know that the AJC is committed to investigative journalism and considers the work of holding officials and institutions accountable. We challenge ourselves to demand integrity and effectiveness in your government and public institutions.
Here are some of the “spotlight” stories we’ve done in your community: