Detailed analysis and forecasts of the trends in the Entertainment & Media industry over the next 5 years, by sub-sector and geography.
Future-proofing Media: Understanding the European deals agenda - Transcript
Leading media companies of the future will set themselves apart by successfully transforming and simplifying the way they do business today, from strategy through to delivery and the end-user.
Across all media sectors, digital is re-defining how media can be produced, distributed, consumed and monetised. This creates difficult questions for entertainment and media businesses.
Capitalising on the digital revolution
The eBook revolution means publishers face new challenges like negotiating digital rights with authors, developing international pricing models, dealing with device manufacturers and building.
The UK continues to be a dominant force in the entertainment and media market, and is predicted to be worth £59.6 billion in 2015.
Taken from the Global Entertainment and media outlook 2011-2015 we give our views on the outlook for the broadcast industry.
The Outlook contains detailed analysis and forecasts the trends in the Global Entertainment & Media industry over the next 5 years, by sub-sector and geography.
Taken from the Global Entertainment and media outlook 2011-2015 we give our views on the outlook for the publishing sector.