Entertainment: for the purposes of this post, Entertainment will be defined as anything one does with their free time and is conveyed in a medium which utilizes creative expression, storytelling, or cultural participation in some manner. Examples of this include: movies, TV, multimedia (ex: YouTube videos), books, music, games (both electronic and non), etc.
Summary: As a result of both the Left dominating much of the Entertainment industry (in terms of their ideas and values being reflected in the project/product; presumably in hiring practices, in leadership, financing, and greenlighting; as well as the media which reviews those entertainment products) and as many Entertainment industry businesses must now target a global audience to achieve the necessary return on investment, the industry is unable to create or provide entertainment products which strongly resonate with the Right.
My assessment of the industry’s situation as it pertains to the Right:
The Left’s industry dominance and the industry’s need to target a more diverse/global audience has created a situation where they are simply providing an inferior cultural product for the Right and, given the industry’s current ideological and financing structure, they will continue to be unable to do so.
Both the lack of entertainment products which resonate with the Right, and the overwhelming number of products which push the Left’s (and/or globally friendly) values, messaging, view of society, and which outright is hostile/attacks the culture and morals of the Right has not only left a Right leaning market which is underserved, but has also created a demand for entertainment that reflects the Right’s morals, view of society, traditional themes, etc.
Further, because of the Left’s dominance in the industry, there is creative talent on the Right which is being suppressed (those people either have to keep quite about their beliefs, and/or are excluded from the industry). Therefore, there is a lot of talent to draw upon.
Given these key factors, it appears that the entertainment industry’s Right leaning share of the market is completely up for grabs (if entertainment products are produced which are specifically tailored for it), and the current industry players will be unable to defend it. And, because the audience is more specific, the entertainment products have the potential to be actually be superior cultural products to the current offering. Moreover, the financing for these products will be less than what is currently required, given the smaller market size, which will allow for more entrants into the space. Finally, there is also a need for media which can promote and review these Right targeted entertainment products that don’t seek to destroy them, which the current Left dominated review media/outlets seek to do.