Community Forums on the Media C-Suite

A community gathering

The Media C-Suite is proud to offer the Community-building facility of a discussion forum for issues of concern to both Media Execs and the professional investors seeking insight into M&E.

The Media C-Suite Community is a growing collection of media, entertainment and investment professionals with common interest in understanding each other, learning and generally benefiting from a community of peers.  

See, Defining Our Community for a better understanding of our Community.

Our Community Forums are accessible via the Community page on the main navigation menu available on each page of our site.  Look for the Media C-Suit Community icon:

Or look for the Community Forums on the Side Bar of many of our pages and articles. 

Each of three dedicated Community Forums are available and service distinct purposes:

  • Ask Damocles offers answers to nearly all questions imaginable about the conjunction between M&E and investors. 
  • The Business focuses on discussion of interest to the commercial side of M&E, from development and production of content to marketing, distribution and delivery (by exhibition or the ubiquitous digital device.  We don’t want to limit the Topics to film and television, and invite discussion on all aspects of our expansive, global industry, including music, sports, the Stage and other live performance.
  • The Money concentrates discussion on the interaction between M&E and professional investors.

Any visitor may become a member of the Media C-Suite Community by registering as a User on this site.  Registered Users are subject to our site’s Terms of Use, our Privacy Policy, the Community Forums’ Code of Conduct & Forum Rules.

Any visitor to the Media C-Suite site may view the Community Forums’ Topics and Replies without registering as a User.  However, only members of the Media C-Suite Community may actively post to the Community Forums and the Comments sections of our site.

Access the Media C-Suite Community Forums by registering as a User. 

Your first Topic or Reply will be subject to approval by our Moderators, who will clear that hurdle quickly.  After that, you are free to post.  We look forward to your voice within our Community.

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