FIVE TRENDS TRANSFORMING THE MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY THIS YEAR

| May 11, 2018

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There’s no denying that consumer media habits and expectations have fundamentally changed. This includes content being increasingly consumed via computer and smartphone rather than TV, as well as experiential content becoming the next evolution of delivery. Navigating the changing landscape to find success in the media and entertainment industry is often a chaotic, frustrating pursuit.To capitalize on the business opportunities these changes bring rather than being disrupted by them, here’s what transformations you can expect to face in 2018.

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