Producer Marshall Herskovitz warns of devaluing Hollywood content

Veteran television and movie producer Marshall Herskovitz is worried that big media's rush to exploit new platforms for content could ultimately end up cheapening the value of that content.

Speaking Sunday morning at the Producer Guild's second annual "Produced By" conference being held on the Fox lot, Herskovitz, whose producing credits include "Blood Diamond," "The Last Samurai" and "thirtysomething" warned that the networks and studios are "devaluing content" by throwing television shows online. "Everything you make is available everywhere and hence has less intrinsic value.... I don't have a solution for it."


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