Most new media—including video, books, websites, film, music, advertisements, and video games—will fail upon release. It’s expensive and frustrating for creative people, production teams, and media businesses.
Lean Media can give creators an edge. It’s worked for some of the biggest brands and most well-known artists, as well as smaller teams and startup ventures.
If you create media, the Lean Media framework provides the tools and know-how to create media that resonates with audiences. Whether you work on a large team or are a solo creator, the framework can help you iteratively develop great media, informed by audience input and with a minimum of bureaucratic overhead.
If you run a media business, Lean Media can help you optimize teams, streamline decision-making, and increase audience engagement. Lean Media can also inform creative and business leaders about how to pivot a media project in a new direction or alternate format, or when to abandon projects that simply aren’t working out. Learn more…
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And: No prohibition on Chinese film cos releasing movies in the U.S. & spending millions on marketing them.Fact is most Chinese films are made for a domestic audience. Once China's filmmakers understand U.S. audiences, it will be different. #leanmedia(Loved Ju Dou, though.) twitter.com/fryan/status/9…
Smart Manager Magazine, November-December 2017
Myth buster: Media
Business Today, November 2017
Founders Institute, Boston, November 2017
Presentation: Lean Branding & Design
School For Startups Radio, November 2017
Business Standard, October 2017
Q&A with Ian Lamont, author of Lean Media
Experience Pros Radio Show, October 2017
Publishing University, Portland, Oregon, April 2017
Moderator, Lean Publishing Panel
HEAA Innovation Symposium, June 2016
Lean Media presentation
MediaShift, January 2016