Reports

  • The Top Trends Of 2019: Powered By Transformative Technologies

    The Top Trends Of 2019: Powered By Transformative Technologies

    From the potential of 5G to the power of AI and more, our connected lives are being shaped by the growth of transformative technologies. Powerful on their own, these transformative technologies are now converging to change fundamentally how we interact with the world, how we do business, and even how we communicate with each other. As this convergence continues, formerly separate industries are intersecting in new ways, with new opportunities and challenges emerging. For 2019, we’ve identified primary trends that are making a major impact in both commercial and consumer markets, in addition to technology market insights in key areas.

  • Choosing The Optimal Archive Storage Strategy For Rich Media Content

    Choosing The Optimal Archive Storage Strategy For Rich Media Content

    TV station groups, sports broadcasters, production companies and movie studios share a common challenge: how to preserve their ever-increasing libraries of valuable content.
    A single medium-market TV station producing two hours of local news per weekday will create 15 TB of data or more per year.

  • Propelling India To A Trillion Dollar Digital Economy

    Propelling India To A Trillion Dollar Digital Economy

    Data is redefining the norms of connectivity and transforming the lives of 1.3 billion Indians. Internet has changed the way people communicate, socialise, create, sell, shop and work. India’s digital consumption patterns highlights this evolution. By integrating data and connectivity into daily operations, communities can automate many functions to create efficiencies and maximize their resources.

  • Counterfeit And Piracy Watch List

    Counterfeit And Piracy Watch List

    In an innovation driven global economy, infringements of intellectual property rights (IPR), in particular commercial scale counterfeiting and piracy, pose a major problem for the European Union (EU). IPR infringements cause high financial losses for European rightholders and sustainable .

  • The Global Television Demand Report

    The Global Television Demand Report

    Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black is the most in-demand digital original series in most markets this quarter, topping the chart in four countries. Stranger Things topped three markets, while in India, Netflix’s first Indian original series Sacred Games was a smash hit with double the demand of any other series.

  • Entertainment Goes Online, A USD 5 Billion Opportunity

    Entertainment Goes Online, A USD 5 Billion Opportunity

    The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is a global management consulting firm and the world’s leading advisor on business strategy. We partner with clients from the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors in all regions to identify their highest-value opportunities, address their most critical challenges, and transform their enterprises.

  • IHS Markit – Cable In Europe: The Freshest Data

    IHS Markit – Cable In Europe: The Freshest Data

    Cable is more than just TV. While traditional cable TV is losing ground to telco and satellite TV in many European markets, the cable industry overall is in good health thanks to strong growth in broadband and digital services.

  • Media Ecosystems

    Media Ecosystems

    As technology becomes pervasive in everyday life, organizations that are able to smoothly merge the traditional business models, and ensure customer stickiness on their ecosystems are likely to emerge as winners in this war of ecosystems.

  • Re-imagining India’s M&E Sector

    Re-imagining India’s M&E Sector

    India’s conducive regulatory environment and high volume of content consumption hold significant potential for foreign investments in the M&E sector.

  • TV and Media – A Consumer-Driven Future

    TV and Media – A Consumer-Driven Future

    As Internet and on-demand services continue to grow and create new possibilities, fewer and fewer consumers believe that traditional TV providers can meet their needs, asserts An Ericsson Consumer and Industry Insight Report.

  • The Global Pay-TV Innovation Landscape

    The Global Pay-TV Innovation Landscape

    The pay-TV industry remains, in many respects, a global success story providing a growing range of services to millions of households around the world. It invests heavily in infrastructure, innovative new products, and advanced technologies. In most markets, pay-TV providers have continued to grow during the last ten years, despite the global economic downturn at the end of the last decade.

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