Entertainment & media

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In depth: Entertainment and media industry supplement to leasing standard

09/29/16

This supplement to our In depth on leases highlights areas that could create challenges for entertainment and media companies.

Megadeals transforming the EMC sector: 7 strategies for success

09/26/16

Megadeals are transforming the EMC sector. Our report provides actionable next steps for positioning your large deal for game-changing M&A success.

The Marketer’s Dilemma

09/12/16

In a world of proliferating choice and supply, where do marketers focus time and resources so they can engage target users most effectively and efficiently?

The 3 things ​ISPs​ need to know about...​The Digital Millennium Copyright Act

09/06/16

This report discusses the ambiguity around The Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") statutory language​ and the ​need for clarity and new solutions to ensure ISPs are compliant when faced with copyright infringement.

US entertainment, media and communications deal insights: Second quarter 2016

07/29/16

After two light quarters, mega-deal volume and values rebound in Q2 of 2016, with five announced deals over $1B.

Telecom in the Digital Revolution: Straining to move forward

07/19/16

Service providers struggle to balance the opportunities for global expansion with demands for regulation and privacy.

The State of the Digital Revolution

07/19/16

PwC's digital Revolution Summit brought together players in the global service provider ecosystem.

The Six Forces Driving the Internet of Things

07/19/16

Advancements in information and operational technology are driving the next industrial revolution.

IFRS15: An accounting change with profound impacts for communications operators–from the P&L to operations, pricing and marketing

07/12/16

The IFRS15 accounting standard on revenue recognition brings profound implications for communications companies and operations.

PwC's Global Data and Analytics Survey 2016

06/30/16

Executives want strategic and operational decisions to be more data-driven. They say their own organizations and cultures are likely to hold them back.