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Las Vegas | January 5-8, 2017
The PwC Communications practice reaches across all segments, from broadband and wireless, to mobile, to the internet. As advisors to many of the world’s leading communications companies, PwC has an insider’s view of trends and developments driving the industry.
With the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), a wide array of industrial companies – manufacturers, utilities, resources and more – are rolling out IoT-connected devices that interact with users very effectively and efficiently, enabling the creation of new models to generate value.
At first sight, the best way for large telecoms operators and multi-service operators (MSOs) to generate value from the IoT might appear to be by providing connectivity via their networks. But think again.
In fact, the IoT opens up a massive opportunity for telecoms operators and MSOs to reposition themselves as IoT access providers, offering a range of services and assets that extend way beyond the core pipe. Ultimately, the IoT is about turning data into action.
Now in its 17th year, key findings from our Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2016-2020 go beyond the surface to unearth the powerful shifts and trends affecting today’s communications companies. We explored how consumers listen, read, watch and play across the internet, television, video, publishing, video games and more. The Outlook can help content distributors, publishers, and connectors navigate the ever-changing media landscape in order to get and stay ahead with consumers.
Las Vegas | January 5-8, 2017
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.
The new FCC rules on BIAS providers prioritize transparency, consumer choice and data security, and could have significant implications for all telecommunications companies.
Tax rate benchmarking study for entertainment, media and communications sectors.
A closer look at autonomous vehicles, in-car technology, car sharing and ride sharing.
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.
Volumes dip in Q3 2016 in all segments except Advertising & Marketing.
Investigating trends at the world’s 1000 largest corporate R&D spenders.
US-based Hispanic consumers dominate mobile, entertainment, and beyond.
A capabilities agenda for marketers and their partners.
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