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The PwC entertainment and media practice provides professional services to leading entertainment and media organizations.
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WebcastHow to enhance efficiency (and reduce compliance costs) in your ERP system webcast – April 18, 2013
4/8/13 | Entertainment & media
Tailored for finance, IT and compliance executives at EMC companies, this webcast explores how to better use the ERP systems common across your industry; reviews recent developments in ERP platform controls and compliance tools; and shares our perspective on the future of ERPs in the EMC industry.
- 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.
WebcastUnleashing TV Spectrum: A new wave of opportunity for broadcasters & wireless companies webcast - December 3, 2012
11/26/12 | Entertainment & media
This PwC webcast discusses the highly anticipated FCC's proposed Broadband Spectrum Incentive Auctions. Based on recent legislation passed by Congress, the FCC’s Notice of Public Rulemaking (NPRM) details the proposed process and regulations for a series of Broadcast Spectrum Incentive Auctions aimed at freeing up TV spectrum for reuse by mobile communications providers. The proposed auctions are open for comment and the FCC is engaging stakeholders to discuss the approach and solicit feedback.
- 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.
- Dynamic analytics for enhanced business decision making in the entertainment industry
5/30/12 | Entertainment & media
Analytics are used increasingly throughout the Entertainment and Media (E&M) industry. This paper presents a proposed structure for a successful analytics project and focuses on simulation modeling.
- Making sense of a complex world: Accounting for royalty arrangements – issues for media companies
5/10/12 | Entertainment & media
Challenges under IFRS in accounting for royalty arrangements by both licensors and licensees.
- Making sense of a complex world: Broadcast television - acquired programming rights
5/10/12 | Entertainment & media
Recognition, presentation, amortisation and impairment of acquired programming rights for broadcast television.
- IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report: 2012 first six months results
4/19/12 | Entertainment & media
Internet advertising revenues climbed 14 percent year-over-year—to an all-time high of $17 billion—in the first half of 2012 as compared to $14.9 billion in 2011. Among the biggest drivers of this growth is Mobile which almost doubled year-over-year figures – up 95 percent to $1.2 billion in half-year 2012 from $636 million in 2011.
- Storing Entertainment Content in the Cloud
3/30/12 | Entertainment & media
Amid the recent launch of music, photo, and video content services, consumers appear to be more informed about digital lockers yet still lack a strong understanding of the benefits of digital lockers or the rights that come with ownership. This report includes quantitative findings from an online survey of 502 participants and findings from a number of focus groups where PwC explored consumers' awareness, interest and engagement with digital content storage, including their willingness to pay for it.