Networks Fall TV season and the perpetual cycle in this nontraditional market

Networks Fall TV seasonis scripted, casted, and produced with the traditional fan-fair, in this nontraditional media market.
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Sept. 26, 2012 - PRLog -- Beverly Hills, CA, Sept 26th, 2012 - Networks Fall TV seasonis scripted, casted, and produced with the traditional fan-fair, in this nontraditional media market. "Okay, that just framed and supported by the obvious criticism coming from the plethora of critics and might I add, the audiences as well. So how would the Networks "innovate" the release of TVshows on a per season schedule?",states Matthew Ashburn CEO/Partner with Morph Syndicate.

The TV industry has the opportunity to remedy this perpetual cycle by creating a "Minor Leagues" by which independent producers would create original TV shows with the Networks guidance and investment.

Morph Syndicate is defining this by a Research & Development program that has (3) defining components: a minimum of 50% cost reduction, Create jobs and discover talent pool of writers,directors,actors,etc., and keeping with the standards of "broadcast quality" programming.

Ashburn, a proud southern California native, expresses his inherent ambitions for entrepreneur ventures. "The plan", he states,"You" the network executives, set the guidance and qualifications that "Us" the independent producers have to achieve, and thus get called up to the "Big Leagues", a Network Show, and bringing with us this seasoned "proof-of-concept" by which advertisers and audiences have supported and in-return there are a set of quantifiable numbers by which networks are able to bring to market."

This "Minor League" for TV shows has several advantages, for example: casting based on "right for the role"thus discovering talent and a pipeline for vetted talent to be introduced to Network audiences.
Shows would produce a full season or (2) of episodes allowing for the "creative process" to fully realize their market potential. The shows would be distributed across an all digital platform thus producing quantifiable numbersfrom audiences and vetted by advertisers for their early involvement with the show.

Now for the innovation - The TV production model to use an analogy is an "Orchestral Endeavor", We at Morph Syndicate have developed a new process to media production, known as the "Closed Creative Collective" or (C3) is an scientific model for efficiently producing advertising and entertainment content for digital media distribution. At the core of the model, produces a high quality and quantity of content – Efficiently.

Each C3 is comprised of 3 to 100+ creative and managerial professionals. These professionals are evaluated based on their (3) core proficiencies, then organized within an innumerable amount Branded niche C3 media productions. To give an analogy, much like instrumental “Jam Bands”, the entirety of the members performing within close proximity of each other, creates a fundamental understanding as to the entire production. So from pre-production to live-action and post production our C3 process is a closed set of creative and managerial talents, making for the productivity of members to maintain their creativity and technical proficiency to maximum output levels throughout the production. This ultimately produces advantageous content with a clear difference in quality and efficiency, marketed as genre-specific and branded C3 media productions.

"We are making the case for a "Minor Leagues" of TV shows at this time, because paradigm shifts historically come from the entrepreneurs in down-turns from financial and markets, providing a means for all to prosper as the rise brings about - Innovation." states Ashburn.


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