Units: T-AOC (U/mgprot), T-SOD (U/mgprot), CAT (U/mgprot), MPO (U/gprot), ASOA (U/gprot), MDA (nmol/mgprot), GPX (U/mgprot), GR (U/gprot), GSH (mmol/gprot), GSSG (mmol/gprot)
subtilis B10 exhibited elevated levels of T-AOC, T-SOD, CAT, ASOA, GPX as well as GR.
Hence, even though similar integrative practices were observed in both cases, ASoA featured identifiable spaces for negotiation and, in some cases, innovation.
One of the main problems in ASoA was that whereas production practices were conceived as a long-term goal connected to scriptwriting and planning, participants wanted more options to materialize their interest in producing content sooner, whether or not it was part of the final product.
Some examples revolve around subscription models (the option ASoA adopted), merchandising, crowdfunding strategies (broadly defined as collective micro-financing, extensively used for Iron Sky), sponsorship, deals with broadcasting companies, and the like.
Again, the two cases differed substantially: ASoA was open source in nature, whereas the creative core behind Iron Sky adopted a strategy of revealing a lot from the production process as a part of the commitment to keep circulation practices as open as possible, combining traditional theatrical release with on-demand screenings run through the Iron Sky website.