Entertainment has never been easier to come by. It's also becoming cheaper and more interesting, all driven by the disruptive powers of digital media and communications.
This topic could easily fill a brick-sized book, but you don't have time for that today. Let me just walk you through a couple of the biggest, baddest, and most disruptive digital entertainment plays on the market. Both of these inventive entertainers are likely to reward investors over the next several years as they leave slow-moving traditionalists far behind.
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