Another month of startup data = another month of mixed signals as to the ecosystem’s health.
For the last month or so the rhetoric around startup valuations, mega rounds, Fidelity mark downs, and the lack of anything dramatic happening in one way or another at the time of Square’s IPO has lead to one of two narratives:
A correction is coming
A correction is already here… haven’t you seen the IPO market?
A third one is starting to emerge: We’re just living in a world of extreme haves and have nots..
It costs $ 4 to view Katy Perry the Movie: Part of Me, and the movie can be streamed for 48 hours after it is purchased.
The Paramount Pictures feature film debuted in theaters in 2012, and it features concert and rehearsal footage, behind-the-scenes interviews, and more.
The movie will be made available to Perry’s Facebook fans in Brazil later this year.
Screenburn Director Tom Raffe said in a release announcing the news:
We’re used to releasing many different types of films on Facebook, but Katy’s is certainly a landmark release simply because of the incredibly passionate following she has on the platform and throughout social media. Her audience is huge and always hungry to access performances and creative content on any platform. This release is a testament to her continued innovation with social media, and we’re very excited.
Katy Perry fans: Will you view Katy Perry the Movie: Part of Me on Facebook?