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Will the Financial Services industry adapt to cloud computing
Efforts to streamline the visa award process, or strictly enforce current program requirements, could significantly impact US employers.
The FCC released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking which will reconsider the role of the FCC in regulating the internet and enforcing the principles of net neutrality.
This original research unpacks key ways AI will impact our world, delving into its implications for society, service, and management.
An industry survey conducted by PwC and sponsored by Interactive Advertising Bureau
While OSPs currently rely on the “safe harbor” and “take-down” provisions of the DMCA to address copyright infringement by their users, it is becoming increasingly difficult for them to keep up with the sheer volume of notices and new innovations that make copyright infringement, not only easy, but often unintended.
Consumer Intelligence Series original research on IoT, the smart home, and the connected consumer.
Record-setting first quarter of 2017, with deal volumes at their highest quarterly level for the last two years.
We take a look into how our economies are shifting from the 3rd to the 4th industrial revolution and how cross-pollination may benefits us all.
2016 was a watershed year for video consumption. Streaming services continued to proliferate, leading to more options and more video consumption than ever before.We investigate this changing landscape and how it impacts consumers’ relationships with video in our fourth edition of Videoquake.
A closer look at autonomous vehicles, in-car technology, car sharing and ride sharing.
Certain gross receipts not considered DPGR from the disposition of a qualified film
This release of "3things you need to know" discusses the FCC’s approval of the Broadband Privacy Order, its implications for telecommunication companies, and the potential impact of a new Republican Administration on FCC enforcement.
This new report analyzes large EMC deals, reveals the current landscape, and provides actionable steps for positioning megadeals for game-changing M&A success.
A certain amount of fear surrounds discussions on China's economy. In this "Cornering the Globe" report we discuss the opportunities to invest and profit from an adapting economy and changing population in China.
Highlights of SEC comment letters issued to companies in the entertainment, media & communications sector.
Will companies embrace the 'Know your Supply Chain' trend to better manage supply chain risks and increase network transparency?
Tax rate benchmarking study for entertainment, media and communications sectors.
Cities wield more power and influence than ever before. Currently, more than half of the world’s population calls a city their home and in 2050 that number is estimated to rise to two- thirds.
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.
Will the sustained plunge in energy prices be the 'beginning of the end' in the Middle East?
US-based Hispanic consumers dominate mobile, entertainment, and beyond.
New York State’s finalization of their regulatory framework for Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) and the “state of play” in DFS across the U.S.
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.
PCI DSS v3.2 solid foundational standards will aid in helping hotel companies protect themselves against cardholder and other sensitive data breaches.
A capabilities agenda for marketers and their partners.
Article discussing the impact of Brexit on the entertainment media industry.
The EU Commission's adoption of the E.U.-US Privacy Shield, uncertainty around the Shield’s permanence, and the future landscape of transatlantic data flows.
Report analysing the future of work – the state of jobs, managing talent and how to optimise use of technology
This release discusses the implications of evolving customer preferences, emerging gaming platforms, and a more permissive regulatory environment for the casino industry.
This release identifies the ways in which global stakeholders can take advantage of the shifting macroeconomic, geopolitical, and industry landscape for long-term growth.
In this original article written for MESA’s Media & Entertainment Journal, PwC partner Greg Boyer analyzes today's media consumer and the ever-changing video viewing landscape. For pay-TV providers, the skinny bundle is the new "single".
Software defined networks are opening a shift in the telecommunications service provider marketplace. SD-WAN could provide flexibility and opportunity to address the need for lower total cost of ownership sought by MPLS providers.
The DC Court of Appeals opinion addressing the FCC’s 2015 Open Internet Order, and more broadly the concept of Net Neutrality. The opinion upholding the Order is a big win for the FCC on more than one front.
This follow-up report explores consumer attitudes and preferences towards wearable technology - what’s changed, what’s improved, and what the wearable future has in store for the US and beyond.
This release highlights opportunities to capture growth that can be measured in terms of profit and generating returns.
Analysis of eSports: the concept, the average consumer and future prospects for the industry.
Use customer experience (CX) to create value for your customers and business in an Age of Experience.
PwC explores the opportunities and considerations involved for major players in hospitality and travel interested in building a presence in Cuba.
Analysis of hotel loyalty schemes and how the modern traveller influences investment priorities.
This report discusses the wide range of industries that will be impacted by the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act, the challenges with the inability to trace the original source of materials and the global focus on ending forced labor both domestically and internationally.
This report highlights the potential NPRM specific guidelines, actionable privacy and security requirements ISPs will now be required to follow.
How will technology, media, and telecommunications companies prepare for further disruption?
The FCC proposed new rules requiring cable and satellite companies to “unlock” their set-top boxes. PwC explores the implications.
Nevada Senate Bill 9 permits casinos to offer games of skill, creating a new and potentially lucrative market. This report highlights three things you need to know to capitalize on this regulatory change.
What implementation challenges will Privacy Shield face, causing concerns if it provides protection under EU law and uses personal data of EU citizens inside and outside of the EU?
Seismic shifts are taking place across the entertainment and media (E&M) sector.
There's a shakeup happening with video content impacting how, where and the intensity with which we consume television and video.
In this edition of our Consumer Intelligence Series, we uncover insights into brand strategies that have proved resilient over decades of rapid change.
The business environment within the Entertainment, Media & Communications (EMC) sector continues to change rapidly due to the emergence of new disruptive technology along with steady merger and acquisition activity.
The most comprehensive five-year economic forecast for entertainment and media industry revenue and ad spending
Kids and teens know what they want to watch and when and where they want to watch it. Although parents are the ones pressing play, content consumption is not in slow motion for kids and teens; instead it continues to grow with each age group. PwC studied the consumer attitudes and preferences of kids and teens ages 8-18 (and a group of parents) when it came to discovering and engaging with content and who controls content in the home.
Introduction to the tax issues that may arise from the new sharing economy
The 2015 entertainment, media and communication (EMC) study providing data comparisons and insights for benchmarking your tax functions.
Digital savvy, connected guests expect a seamless experience. Hotels are formulating their mobile strategy to deepen their knowledge of customer preferences and tap into an engine for growth.
Consumers are showing a robust appetite for the sharing based-economy. In this issue we study the impact of sharing on the wider market and learn what incumbents and challengers must do to position themselves ahead of disruption and to capitalize on new sources of revenue.
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.
Vol 24: Recent IRS guidance provides safe harbor accounting methods for cable system operators.
PwC's research explores consumer attitudes towards video content and corresponding behavioral shifts changing the industry at large.
Traditional media companies have recently started partnering with or acquiring multichannel networks. The next step is to help the networks produce more content, seek out global audiences, and diversify their distribution and revenue streams beyond YouTube.
Knowing how your advertising spend compares to that of your competitors is an important benchmark that allows you to save money; and using media auditing and benchmarking pools is the definitive way to do this. Or is it? It’s time to question the value of these pools.
Revenue from contracts with customers: The standard is final – A comprehensive look at the new revenue model (Communications industry supplement)
Key IFRS accounting considerations for principal and agent arrangements for media companies.
Key IFRS accounting considerations for payments by media companies to their customers
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