The latest coverage of Cameron Thomson activities
The three steps you need to win are to crawl, walk, run
May 5'22 - Ron Thomson, is a film and television industry veteran with Canadian, U.S., and international experience. Ron is the founder and president of global business development firm Cameron Thomson Group Ltd. with focus on media, entertainment, and tech ventures. Cameron Thomson is based in Toronto, London, Lake Como, Los Angeles and Taipei.
Liquid Media, Indieflix And Eluvio Execs Discuss Blockchain’s Potential For Social Good With Sundance-Timed Screening Of ‘Angst’
Jan 21'22 - While blockchain technology has been touted as a new revenue opportunity for a range of businesses, it has considerable potential for films aiming to do good for society. That’s the view of a trio of executives from Indieflix, its parent Liquid Media Group, and blockchain provider Eluvio. The three entities are involved in a partnership whose latest focus is the documentary film Angst, a 2017 documentary.
Buy The Dip or Time To Sell? | Power Hour | Stock Market Live
Sept 14'21 - Ron Thomson speaks about Liquid Media's continuing growth plans and business strategy.
Animator Blue Bug Teaming on 15-Movie Slate With American Content Media
Apr 24 '20 - Cameron Thomson partner Blue Bug Entertainment has pacted with American Content Media for the worldwide distribution of Blue Bug Entertainment’s slate of 15 animated feature films over the upcoming eight years, Variety has learned exclusively.
May 16'17 - 台開集團去年宣布打造影視基地及全球娛樂中心，一年來除與瑞士WCP Media攜手結盟，建立全球雲端數位電影傳輸架構外，也認為花蓮洄瀾灣適合發展成專業影城4K digital拍攝之3D數位影城，讓美國與全球等製片導演都匯集到花蓮洄瀾灣拍攝電影。
TLDC partners with WPC Media to build data bank
Nov 17'16 - The cloud-based data bank is the result of months of research aided by Canada-based Cameron Thomson Group, a provider of outsourced business development solutions for the media, entertainment and technology sectors.
‘Huallywood’ film studio planned for Hualien County
Jun 22'16 - Cameron Thomson Group president Ronald Thomson said the digital revolution and intellectual property-based content distribution have caused dramatic changes in the film and TV industry worldwide, driving producers to search for ways to produce better-quality content at lower costs.
Big names set for the inaugural Como Forum
Aug 22'07 - Ron Thomson, president of Cameron Thomson, a convergence business development group with offices in London and Milan, said the No. 1 topic at the Como Forum will be how to restructure an entertainment industry now evolving beyond recognition in the Internet age.