What is the difference between entertainment for pleasure and entertainment for escapism?
Is entertainment escapism? Or can there be pleasure found in entertainment that is not escapism?
Question answered by No Chance Without Jesus
escapism is a form of pleasure
Go to a movie....escapism
Go to a concert entertainment without escapism
This is not on topic....you make the report monkey very happy
What are some entertainment ideas for an anniversary party?
I need suggestions for entertainment for a small anniversary party. It is my In-Laws' 30th anniversary and we are expecting about 50 guests. We have a slide show prepared with pictures of them throughout their courtship, wedding and through the present. Any other ideas? Thanks.
Question answered by Sarahz
you could hand out a "Bob & Gayle" Trivia sheet- write out a bunch of trivia type questions about them throughout the years- where did they go on their first date, who was the maid of honor at their wedding, what is Gayle's pet peeve about Bob, what is Bob's favorite meal Gayle makes him, etc. hand them out to everyone- set a time limit- then have a special prize for the winner like a nice candle or gift certificate to someplace.
everyone will want to be chatting around, so I really don't think you need much "entertainment" for the party. just have stuff to keep the kids occupied like coloring books and small games. have music on in the background during your event also.
What is the best way to market entertainment apps both online and in the local environment?
I have 2 entertainment applications for the Apple touch range to market. One morph's someones face into different artist masters renditions of a photo of a person and the other transforms a face into different Apes. They are called Art and Ape Facetransforrmer respectfully.
Any help would be gratefully received.
Question answered by Dan
pay to advertise on facebook or other entertainment websites its the best way
What happened to entertainment during world war two?
I'm supposed to write an essay with that topic. What happened to entertainment during world war two? I just don't know what my thesis or question should be relating to the topic. I had that propaganda was effectively used through entertainment and media, but it's not strong enough. Any ideas?
Question answered by Go AZ
Most entertainment became geared towards the war effort - propaganda if you like. News was about the war effort; posters were about doing your part; organized sports continued - as it was considered good for the home front morale, but auto racing was banned due to gasoline rationing; movies continued to be a big part of everyday life - and many war films were made.
How do you start an entertainment website?
I would like to start an entertainment website, I would like to know the following:
Is the start- up cost minimal?
Does it cost a lot to maintain the site?
What should I know or do before starting an entertainment websit
Question answered by NC
"Entertainment Web site" is such a broad term... What exactly do you want to do and how do you plan to make money off of it? Celebrity gossip and online games are both entertainment, but technology involved is very different.
Anyhow, on to your questions...
Is the start-up cost minimal? Define "minimal"... You will need four things: domain name, hosting, content, and content management software.
Domain name can be registered for about $10/year.
Cost of hosting will depend on the amount of traffic you expect to handle. Initially, you can get away with paying less than $10/month, but as your site grows (hopefully), you may need to migrate to a more robust (and more expensive) hosting solution.
Content is the biggest unknown. You can produce it on your own, pay someone else to produce it, syndicate it from elsewhere, or do a combination of any or all.
Content management software can be had for free if you deploy on Linux (there are plenty of stable and robust content management systems written in PHP and Python), but you will need to customize the system's visual appearance, which will probably cost you a few hundred dollars.
Does it cost a lot to maintain the site? Depends on what kind of hosting you have and how much traffic you handle. At a minimum, you will have to pay the monthly hosting fee. If you generate a lot of traffic, your hosting company will charge you for over-the-limit bandwidth.
What should you know or do before starting an entertainment website? Figure out the content. What it is going to be, who is going to produce it, how much it will cost, etc.
What is the difference between art and entertainment?
Art and entertainment are both things that are perceived. Good art and good entertainment both produce a satisfying experience for the beholder. What is the difference?
Everyone has raised some interesting points but I still haven't found an answer which really explains it.
Some of you have characterized art requiring a creative process but so does entertainment. Also some have said art is expression but entertainment can also be expression. Just think of comedians who express their views in often hilarious ways which offer real social commentary just like art might.
Entertainment has been associated with enjoyment. If there is no enjoyment, there is no entertainment. However, not all forms of entertainment are enjoyed by everyone just like not all forms of art are enjoyed by everyone. Even entertainment within the same genre can be both liked and disliked by different people.
The most common theme I see in your answers is that art is for thinking and entertainment is for enjoyment. I don't think this holds up because the same thought processes that make art stimulating also makes entertainment stimulating.
Question answered by Michael A
Not all art is entertaining, and not all entertainment is artistic.
How can i start up an entertainment company?
I am interesting in starting an entertainment company/group but I need info in doing so. I know that I need to write up a business plan...and also maybe get a business license? but what else do I need to do?
Question answered by Beyounce
Here are some steps.....some want partners some want to sell.
How would I maintain being an entertainment lawyer and a screenwriter?
For a while now, I have been interested in pursing a career as an entertainment lawyer working in television and film. However, I have a passion for writing historical fiction and would love to write films on historic events. Is there anyway I can be both. Btw I'm only 15. I'm going into my sophomore year of high school in September so I have some time to think about my future plans.
Question answered by joemoser1948
Yes, you have time. First, learn how you can become a lawyer, at all. Then look into the kinds of jobs you might get if you move to Los Angeles or New York, and try to find firms that have a lucrative "entertainment" practice. Write to them about your interest in handling cases with them and see what sort of training you might need to get - e.g., which law schools would be best to apply to, what specific classes might be useful, etc. You can always get into writing "on the side" after you are working.
How do I start my own Adult Entertainment/Production company?
I want to start my own adult entertainment company. I want to produce movies and start an online store and eventually start a magazine. Can anyone help point me in the direction that im supposed to be going in?
Question answered by Honey
Do your research! There are many great adult entertainment companies all over the country. Working in one of those companies could give you good insight into day to day operations. I have read some great articles about starting the business you seek. I have enclosed a link to help you with this process. Much success!
What should I major in during my undergrad to become a better entertainment lawyer?
I want to become an entertainment lawyer when I go up. Where I decide to go to college will be determined on what I want to major in. I just want to know what would be the best major or me to pursue my career in entertainment law. I've thought about getting my MBA first about I've heard other routes.
Question answered by firefly_fliesby
If you want to be a lawyer, you'll need to get your bachelor's and then go to law school. Getting an MBA is great, and would put you on the business end of entertainment. If you want to work on the legal side though, you're going to need a JD. Law school accepts all majors (like an MBA), and common majors accepted include history, philosophy, and English. You could theoretically major in just about anything though. It's helpful to at least take some recommended classes to prepare for law school. If you're interested in the music business, it'd be smart of you to take some classes in business (specifically marketing and management) and arts management regardless of your major.