Techniques were developed and implemented with relative ease among this targeted group. Production, Post-Production, Managing and Archiving Assets, and Distribution was well-defined, and matured to a great degree. When television entered the scene, it had several important impacts. Production became quicker. Networks now cranked out dozens of episodes per year. Live events had their own workflows by necessity. Managing large quantities of programming and ad content became a reality. The shift to digital and file-based workflows in both Motion Pictures and Television changed everything again. Cost and complexity involved in producing audiovisual content plummeted. Specific equipment that could only be afforded by the elite few was now democratized into “apps” on computers, available for very little cost. Things were upset again when distribution expanded to a plethora of new methods, including cable, satellite, Internet, mobile, social media, and the list goes on.