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The PwC entertainment and media practice provides professional services to leading entertainment and media organizations.
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- US Entertainment Media and Communications deal insights: Q4 2014
2/13/15 | Entertainment & media
It was an active year for Cable, Advertising & Marketing and Information & Internet. EMC companies are spending time, effort and money on their strategy and relative position in the digital value chain. PwC reviews deal activity last year and shares its outlook for 2015.
- Entertainment, media & communications: 2014 SEC comment letter trends
12/18/14 | Entertainment & media
Highlights of SEC comment letters issued to companies in the entertainment, media & communications sector.
- Consumer Intelligence Series - The Wearable Future
10/21/14 | Entertainment & media
The Wearable Future, which looks at some of the strengths and opportunities for wearable tech—and the weaknesses and challenges that enterprising businesses must successfully navigate.
- Outlook for the sports market in North America through 2018
10/6/14 | Entertainment & media
PwC’s Sports Outlook focuses on recent results and potential opportunities and challenges to future industry growth. This edition for North America provides revenue projections over five years through 2018 within four key segments of the sports market.
WebcastEntertainment & Media - Revenue Recognition Webcast Replay & Industry Supplement - June 16, 2014
6/10/14 | Entertainment & media
As part of our webcast series on the new Revenue Recognition standard, we invite you to join us for an expanded discussion on the specific impacts the new standard will have on the Entertainment & Media sector. While the new standard will impact companies broadly, there are particular implications to Entertainment & Media companies that deserve focus as companies plan for implementation.
- Spectrum auction offers new opportunities for TV broadcasters
5/15/14 | Entertainment & media
The planned 2015 FCC auction of spectrum currently used for television broadcast across the United States presents a potential opportunity for broadcasters to monetize a valuable asset – their wireless spectrum – in a new way. Despite this opportunity, multiple concerns surrounding the auction exist including the costs, potential for business disruption, efficiency and effectiveness of such a broad initiative, and the potential impact to channel brand recognition.