Distribution seems to be one of the biggest factors of the film industry as 2014 draws to a close. There's The Interview debacle, tied with the Sony-hacking debacle. The fact that tentpole releases prevailed, that one of the best-reviewed films of the year, Under the Skin, finally reached our shores and found a limited albeit satisfied audience (I was not one of them, though I can see and feel the admiration through recent articles). Through all my interviews, especially that with Pamela Douglas, cable TV, feature film releases, and streaming appear to have become complimenting and competing factors, if that can be a co-existing nexus of relationships. I keep thinking back to her comments about CBS starting to stream its shows, and raising the issue of when people will stop paying prices for seventy channels when they watch only ten. 2015 may indeed be the year when cable companies bow to the consumer. Not a bad change.