Sophia Scorziello editor Just a few months after Macro lined up a new $90 million round of investment, Hollywood went on strike.
Charles D. King, Macro’s CEO and founder, has been using his entrepreneurial drive to make the best of a tough situation. “When there are moments of chaos, we find opportunity,” said King in a conversation at Variety’s Entertainment and Technology Summit Thursday.
The talk was moderated by Variety’s senior entertainment writer Angelique Jackson. “That’s the time you can actually afford to fly and get stronger.
And so, you know, we haven’t slowed up even this year, despite all the different challenges that have happened over the course of last three years.” This year, Macro Media was behind the Jamie Foxx-led Netflix release “They Cloned Tyrone,” a black sci-fi comedy about a government conspiracy in a Black neighborhood.Read more on variety.com