Find a Need and Fill It
It's a business axiom: find a need and fill it.
LOOR will do this. The need is film that is well written and well executed marketed to the single biggest demographic in film consumption: young people 18-24 years old. They spend the most money on films annually.
No other existing faith-based streaming service even tries. Not seriously.
Their demographic is the Hallmark crowd: women aged 35 and older.
Pureflix presumably goes after that crowd since they are the moms of the 18-24 year olds and their kids viewing habits probably concern them. Which is why most Christian films look like they are made by church ladies for church ladies.
The numbers don't lie. If faith-based film want this demographic then it had better start writing scripts that appeal to it.
The problem is that the 18-24 demographic does not have the income to invest in streaming platforms.
That is where the retirement-minded need to invest. And those who understand it's not a sin to make money to invest in other Kingdom-enterprises.
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