archive-com.com » COM » P » PWC.COM

Total: 2203

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Melding what people watch to what people buy: PwC
    Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Melding what people watch to what people buy Download Outlook insights Melding what people watch to what people buy can unlock a treasure trove of insight for media companies across the ecosystem Melding what people watch to what people buy the 15 second download Online advertising has been winning market share from traditional broadcast advertising on the strength of its greater accountability and wealth of detailed data on user behaviour and engagement But now TV is fighting back with innovations in audience measurement based around analysing return path data where available social listening and new aggregated insights into agency spend The new data also enhances pay TV service providers ability to cross sell and up sell services to subscribers Future innovations in audience measurement will depend increasingly on industry collaboration to provide advertisers with credible comparable data for buying decisions Global entertainment and media outlook 2015 2019 60 second overview What is the Outlook Global data insights Segment data insights Book publishing Business to business Filmed entertainment Internet access Internet advertising Magazine publishing Music Newspaper publishing Out of home advertising Radio TV advertising TV subscriptions and licence fees Video games Key industry themes Hot

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/entertainment-media/outlook/hot-topics/melding-what-people-watch-to-what-people-buy.html (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • The rise of OTT is generating questions for the industry: PwC
    Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites The rise of OTT is generating questions for the industry Download The rise of OTT is generating questions for the industry the 15 second download An expanding flow of over the top OTT content services are being rolled out in markets worldwide both from new pure play OTT entrants and traditional broadcasters adding an OTT service to their portfolio As entrants and incumbents jostle for position the disruptive frenzy of activity is creating a complex fragmented patchwork of often overlapping content services using a diverse array of business operating and pricing models Consumer pressure for easier and more seamless ways to search for content across services will ultimately lead to greater integration through aggregators and or devices leaving the eventual winners as the talent behind the content and the audiences that they can reach more directly than ever before Global entertainment and media outlook 2015 2019 60 second overview What is the Outlook Global data insights Segment data insights Book publishing Business to business Filmed entertainment Internet access Internet advertising Magazine publishing Music Newspaper publishing Out of home advertising Radio TV advertising TV subscriptions and licence fees Video games Key industry themes Hot topics

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/entertainment-media/outlook/hot-topics/rise-ott-generating-questions.html (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Global entertainment and media outlook 2015-2019: Hot topics: Four forces shaping the advertising landscape: PwC
    Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Four forces reshaping the advertising landscape the 15 second download How mobile video and devices are shifting Internet advertising Watch video How mobile advertising is affecting digital advertising Watch video Download Outlook insights Four forces reshaping the digital advertising landscape mobile video native and programmatic Digital and traditional advertising are not mutually exclusive or in competition with each other but all form part of the evolving mix of advertising options and revenue streams being targeted across the industry As the division between online and mobile ads blurs and consumers attitudes to mobile advertising evolve four forces are reshaping the ads landscape mobile video and native and programmatic advertising While media companies must now offer both native and programmatic inventory in their advertising portfolios the differing timescales and skillsets of these two types of ads means they need to be managed differently with management expectations set accordingly Global entertainment and media outlook 2015 2019 60 second overview What is the Outlook Global data insights Segment data insights Book publishing Business to business Filmed entertainment Internet access Internet advertising Magazine publishing Music Newspaper publishing Out of home advertising Radio TV advertising TV subscriptions and licence fees

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/entertainment-media/outlook/hot-topics/four-forces.html (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Entertainment & media publications: PwC
    consumer spending in the advertising entertainment and media sector Swiss entertainment and media Outlook 2015 2019 The Swiss Entertainment and Media Outlook presents 5 year annual historical data and forecasts for the next five years across eleven industry segments plus an annually adapted deep dive into a hot topic and a special focus report on current media trends China entertainment and media outlook 2015 2019 China has seen rapid growth in the entertainment and media industry in recent years which is forecast to rise at a compound annual growth rate CAGR of 10 over the coming five years compared to global with a CAGR of 5 1 Entertainment and media outlook 2015 2019 for South Africa Nigeria and Kenya is now available here Digital fuels growth in Africa s entertainment media industry with the lines between traditional media and digital media blurring and consumers wanting more flexibility and freedom in how they consume content From filmed entertainment to magazine publishing we uncover how shifts in spending are likely to shape the future of 11 entertainment and media industry segments over the next five years in South Africa Nigeria and Kenya Entertainment and Media Outlook Sweden 2015 Det blir allt tydligare att konsumenterna inte ser någon signifikant klyfta mellan digitala och traditionella medier India Entertainment and Media Outlook 2014 India Entertainment and Media Outlook 2014 is PwC India s annual report on entertainment and media sector Entertainment and Media Outlook in Italy 2015 2019 Il rapporto di PwC E M Outlook in Italy 2015 2019 descrive i trend relativi a undici segmenti del mercato dei media e dell intrattenimento italiano The business of creativity Creativity is one of the UK s core strengths and is a defining characteristic of our nation UK music television film games fashion publishing theatre art design advertising and architecture is celebrated around the world Consumer Intelligence Series What kids want Consumer Intelligence Series What kids want US Entertainment Media and Communications Deal Insights 2015 Overall deal value started strong in Q1 15 despite volume at its lowest point in two years Although it may be too soon to tell which direction deal volumes will trend in the remainder of 2015 we remain optimistic and expect M A will continue to be robust for the sector And with the abandonment of one transformative Cable deal rumors are swirling about potential deal partners In this issue PwC provides a summary of first quarter 2015 deal activity megadeal activity and an outlook for key sectors Cities of Opportunity The urban rhythm of entertainment and media What is the connection between the entertainment and media industry and today s powerful global tide of urbanization What does it mean economically for businesses making distribution and expansion decisions Cities of Opportunity Urban Rhythm of Entertainment and Media investigates the drivers of growth across 30 cities and identifies pockets of potential from tapping into spending growth to leveraging a skilled workforce Consumer Intelligence Series Feeling the Effects of the Videoquake Changes in how

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/entertainment-media/publications.html (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Global entertainment & media practice: Industry presence: Events: PwC
    Managing Director of Groupe AB in France expressed that We re living through this amazing transformation of an industry that has knockout effects on all other industries In this industry 27 of employees are women Panelist Marci Weisler Founder of SWSI in the USA gave an example of a recent attempt to draw more women into the higher ranking positions at Tech and Media companies via a reality TV show where the goal wasn t to get investment from the judges but rather to learn and grow a businesses that had the option to be crowd funded This led Marci to discuss The growing significance of crowd funding in the disruption of whole industries and business models which is utterly changing the pace of who gets to compete in the larger marketplace PwC s Vicki Huff contributed that in a recent Millennial paper women were more creative about thinking up different types of social networks than men and that networks are the way of the future concluding that it s crucial to empower women that s the opportunity Panelist Sarah Wood Co founder and COO of Unruly in the UK echoed Vicki s point and felt that social media has changed a lot and observed that across social media so many young women are standing up To view the article summarising the event on the MIP TV blog please click here Overseeing the accuracy of the Oscars Balloting Process PwC have overseen the Oscars balloting process on behalf of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences the Academy for 80 years PwC will continue the traditional role of overseeing the tabulation of the voting maintaining sole custody of all votes and tabulations and remaining responsible for the confidentiality of the results For further details and behind the scenes stories please visit http www pwc com balloting CASBAA Convention 2014 October 27 30 2014 Hong Kong Marcel Fenez Global Leader of entertainment and media opened the prestigious annual CASBAA Convention which took place in Hong Kong from October 27th 30th 2014 In Marcel s capacity as CASBAA Chairman he was joined by senior decision making executives in the TV broadcasting sector from across Asia and around the world This flagship 4 day event engaged platforms content providers regulators ad agencies and satellite and technology services through compelling keynotes and select panels Marcel hosted the inaugural CASBAA Invitational Roundtable and was also be on stage conducting the key note interview with Jon Feltheimer CEO of Lionsgate discussing what it takes to navigate the complex media landscape and how to thrive in an age of constant change For full programme details please visit www casbaaconvention com MIPCOM 2014 Marcel Fenez Global leader of entertainment and media was on centre stage at MIPCOM this year which took place between October 12 16 in Cannes France Marcel began by interviewing Dr Charles Zhang discussing what s happening around media entertainment and digital disruption in China including piracy Watch the video or read the full

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/entertainment-media/industry-presence.html (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Media Industry Accounting Group: insight on accounting regulation and IFRS policy: PwC
    Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Media Industry Accounting Group The Media Industry Accounting Group aims to help you make sense of the complex and changing world of accounting regulation keeping you abreast of changes in IFRS accounting policies Stay up to speed with the implications these changes will have for entertainment and media companies through our ongoing series of publications and events Making sense of a complex world Media investments in technology companies June 01 2015 This paper explores some of the key IFRS accounting issues that can arise when making investments in technology companies Making sense of a complex world Online gaming Real issues in virtual worlds May 04 2015 This paper explores some of the key IFRS revenue recognition issues in the world of online gaming Making sense of a complex world Revenue recognition principal agent arrangements issues for media companies May 30 2014 Key IFRS accounting considerations for principal and agent arrangements for media companies Making sense of a complex world Revenue recognition Payments to customers issues for media companies May 30 2014 Key IFRS accounting considerations for payments by media companies to their customers MIAG Content development and cost capitalisation by media companies July 24 2013 This paper explores the critical considerations relating to the classification capitalisation and amortisation of content development spend which present challenges such as which IFRS standard to apply when to start and stop capitalising costs which costs to capitalise and how to amortise them Making sense of a complex world Accounting for royalty arrangements issues for media companies June 10 2012 Challenges under IFRS in accounting for royalty arrangements by both licensors and

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/entertainment-media/media-industry-accounting-group.html (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • PwC and the 88th Oscars: Home
    The 88th Academy Awards February 28 2016 PwC celebrates its 82nd year leading the Oscars balloting process on behalf of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences the Academy Live global webcast February 17 PwC s third global Aspire to lead webcast will be broadcasting live from Hollywood California This global webcast is open to anyone to register and watch Register now Brian Cullinan Follow Brian on Twitter Martha Ruiz Follow Martha on Twitter PwC balloting leaders Martha L Ruiz and Brian Cullinan will oversee the tabulation and will be the only two people in the world who know the identity of the Oscar winners before the Oscars live telecast on ABC at 4 p m PT 7 p m ET on Sunday February 28 2016 Learn more Follow Us A celebrity is making its way to the Oscars the PwC Ballot Briefcase The Ballot Briefcase is responsible for carrying the winning ballots to the Academy Awards It s making stops in New York DC Atlanta Chicago San Francisco San Jose and Los Angeles as it travels across the country on the road to the Oscars Follow the journey on Snapchat by following the handle BallotBriefcase and on Twitter and Instagram using BallotBriefcase Social hub A celebrity is making its way to the Oscars the PwC Ballot Briefcase The Ballot Briefcase is responsible for carrying the winning ballots to the Academy Awards It s making stops in New York DC Atlanta Chicago San Francisco San Jose and Los Angeles as it travels across the country on the road to the Oscars Follow the journey on Snapchat by following the handle BallotBriefcase and on Twitter and Instagram using BallotBriefcase Fun facts about PwC s relationship with the Oscars Fun facts about PwC s relationship with the Oscars Fun facts about

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/us/en/pwc-and-the-oscars.html (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Entertainment and Media Outlook México 2015-2019
    las contextualiza en el país para presentar un panorama que sirve de guía tanto para las empresas como para los consumidores respecto a qué tenemos y qué podemos esperar sobre todo en el nuevo marco en el que desempeñan las actividades de esta industria es decir en un escenario en donde la reforma en telecomunicaciones plantea una nueva relación oferta demanda en la que el consumidor tiene una participación prioritaria El reporte abarca los 13 segmentos que conforman la industria de E M agrupados en cinco bloques Internet y en internet Televisión publicidad en TV y radio Entretenimiento industria cinematográfica videojuegos y música Editorial libros revistas y periódicos B2B y publicidad exterior Download Voces de la industria Datos y Tendencias México es el segundo mayor mercado B2B en América Latina Los servicios centrados en smartphones representarán más de la mitad de las conexiones de teléfonos móviles a finales de 2019 La penetración de internet de banda ancha fija será del 74 9 en 2019 Los ingresos totales de publicidad en televisión alcanzarán un máximo de 3 2 mmdd en 2019 México será el noveno mercado de radio más grande del mundo en 2019 Los ingresos de servicios como Netflix y ClaroVideo ascenderán a 809 millones de dólares en 2018 Conoce la opinión de nuestros panelistas Julio Vega Director de la Asociación Mexicana de Internet AMIPCI Martín Lara Director de Análisis en Signum Research Bruno Rangel Director de Relación con Inversionistas Grupo Salinas TV Azteca José Antonio Quesada Socio líder de Clientes y Mercados de PwC México Participación especial de Ramón Ramírez Director de Relaciones Públicas Cinépolis John Farrell Director de YouTube Latinoamérica Publicaciones y materiales de interés relacionados Videoquake 3 0 The evolution of TV s revolution Consumer Intelligence Series What kids want I m the parent that s why

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/mx/es/publicaciones/entertainment-and-media-outlook-mexico-2015-2019.html (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive



  •