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Morph Syndicate is making the claim for “Constant Programming”
Morph Syndicate has developed the production model known as “Closed Creative Collective” or “C3″.The model is designed to produce a “broadcast quality”of original content.
Matthew Ashburn, CEO of Morph Syndicate, states that “Media conglomerates and advertisers are in a new paradigm, which he has coined – Constant Programming.”
Our approach is for the consumers experience with audiable/visual content must adapt to current day technology usages, as well as, to be seemlessly integrated across all distribution platforms”, quotes Ashburn, “further more the revenues associated to these platforms should have an exponantial effect as it relates to advertising rates”.
In response to this claim, Morph Syndicate has developed the production model known as “Closed Creative Collective” or “C3″. The model is designed to produce a high level of original content ie: features, shows, commercials,etc. That would produce content at a price-point of 30% to 50% cost reduction over the traditional method, there by delivering “broadcast quality” a term used for Network, Cable, and Advertisers as a bench mark for quality programming.
“With consumers viewing billions of hours of content monthly across multiple platforms ie: cable,satellite,broadband, wireless, etc. creating an enormous industry “casme” between traditional television and digital distribution models, C3 is designed to leverage a few creative and managerial talents with a high level of proficiencies with current technologies associated to creating original content. The advantage to the C3 model from traditional productions, is that it produces “Synergy” among the team, thus creating an optimal performance by each member of the creative and managerial team with quantifiable efficiencies associated to the overall production and end-product.”
- MORPH SYNDICATE IS COMPREHENSIVE IN ITS MEDIA PRODUCTS AND SERVICES THAT FULLY MONETIZE DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT.