About "Entertainment & media"
The PwC entertainment and media practice provides professional services to leading entertainment and media organizations.
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- Entertainment, media and communications deal insights
11/21/13 | Entertainment & media
Internet, Communications and Publishing sub-sectors saw increased deal activity, contributing to the 9% growth in announced deals for the 3 quarters ended 2013 versus prior year. In addition to deal trends for the year to date, a deeper look at one sub-sector -- telecom operations -- and the deal opportunities abounding as telecom companies look to improve network operations and spectrum efficiency.
- Consumer intelligence series: Video content consumption
9/26/13 | Entertainment & media
Why do consumers prefer certain video package features over others? How are they discovering new shows, and consuming it, and on what devices? This edition of the Consumer Intelligence Series reveals that while traditional subscriptions still dominate, content discovery happens mostly online.
WebcastAre your controls keeping pace with your business? An entertainment, media and communications sector webcast – October 10, 2013
9/9/13 | Entertainment & media
On this webcast, we explore the results of the EMC sector State of the Internal Audit Profession Study and discuss specific challenges of internal audit departments within this industry. The results of this study coupled with the recent updates to COSO’s Internal Control-Integrated Framework provide companies an opportunity to take a fresh look at their internal control systems.
- The cord-cutting debate and the role of second screen in TV, advertising and content distribution
2/20/13 | Entertainment & media
Television viewing trends are changing, which could impact TV network revenues and business models. Partnerships, new capabilities, and a strategy incorporating second screen technologies can be an important engine for growth.
- Competing for customer loyalty in media and communications markets: Consumer intelligence series
11/20/12 | Entertainment & media
Media and communications companies face the challenge of not only attracting but of keeping customers. While good value drives loyalty, customer service, honesty, and trust also contribute to brand allegiance. These qualities help media and communications companies attract and maintain customers and compete against start-ups and price-driven competitors.