As we enter a new year, there’s a lot to be thankful for and new beginnings to look forward to. At P3 Update, we’re thankful for all of the wonderful times and the great people we’ve had the good fortune to work with over the last 25 years. We’ve been blessed with the opportunity to provide our readers with resourceful industry content through our print publication that has helped to shape the production community.
For 2012, we plan to join the movement to save the environment and make a solid effort to go green. And, after careful consideration, we’ve made the decision to discontinue P3 Update’s print issue. At the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2011, as more than 100 new tablets were introduced, we realized that change was inevitable when we saw how wonderful P3 Update looked on a tablet and how easy it was to navigate and read. I recently presented our idea for change to readers at several events. While initial reactions were “Oh no, we love getting our print edition each month,” our readers soon realized that they can read P3 on their computers, tablets or cell phones just as easily — and all agreed that we need to take responsibility for our planet. We now see that going all digital opens up a whole new world of opportunities. While P3 was once strictly a Hollywood book, we now have readers from various parts of the world, including places as far away as India, Greece and Turkey.
So as we do our part to save trees, we hope that you’ll stay connected with us by visiting our website at P3update.com and signing up for our digital editions, e-newsletters and social sites to remain a part of the P3 Update community. In 2012, not only will we continue to bring you compelling content, updates and industry profiles in preproduction, production and postproduction along with film commission and technology news and information, we’ll bring you more of these things more often. And all of the tools available online will help us to easily get this information to you to keep you updated about your industry.
Thanks for being a part of the P3 Update community and we look forward to staying connected with you in 2012.