Digital Transformation: A Golden Ticket for Media & Entertainment (M&E) Regulatory Bodies

| February 14, 2018

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Across the globe, there are a host of different government bodies that regulate local and international communications by television, OTT, print, radio etc. Their role includes implementing government policy, licensing broadcasting operations, regulating program content, issuing codes of practice and handling complaints – all while ensuring freedom of expression. Typically, these bodies have several autonomous entities, often with various departments within each unit, all of whom use multiple, disparate systems to collaborate. Here’s a bird’s eye view.

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Herschend Family Entertainment develops and operates entertainment, tourism and hospitality properties that currently span 26 locations in ten states and is widely recognized as the premier privately held theme park operator in the U.S. The 50-year-old company is committed to creating wholesome, immersive family entertainment experiences.

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