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Traditional advertising revenues are dwindling as fragmentation of media changes the landscape; traditional media ownership models (both physical purchase and digital download) are being rapidly replaced by subscription and streaming; and the lines historically separating publishing, gaming and technology companies are starting to blur.
Customer expectations of their digital experience - and of where and how they wish to consume their media and entertainment – are evolving at breakneck speed.
All of this is causing a greater pace of change in the Media & Entertainment sector than ever before. Digital technology is fast moving from supporting the business to being the business, mergers and acquisitions are rife, and only the most competitive and adaptable businesses will survive.
The only certainty is that nothing is standing still. If you’re in this sector, transformational change is becoming a way of life rather than a one-off.
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