FUEL THE CORE OF YOUR MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS

| October 18, 2019

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With Opex spending rising faster than revenue, media companies are on the edge of a cash flow cliff. Competing in the new digital world requires traditional media companies to transform by designing, piloting and rapidly industrializing new content, services and tailored offerings that enrich the audience experience and scale the New. These are resource-intensive investments, and most traditional media players do not have the required cash available. Instead, they will need to find and reclaim it from within their organization by transforming their core. Done effectively, they can unlock trapped value to drive optimization and fuel their transformation. The process must begin with a clear vision for their digital future. Companies need to understand how they want to engage in the industry value chain—be it as a multi-channel operator, vertically-integrated direct to consumer provider or digital platform—and the capabilities they will need to achieve this.

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Choice TV

Choice TV launched on Saturday 28th April 2012 on the Freeview digital platform, and on Freeview satellite on 5th July. On September 1st 2012, the network launched on SKY Channel 78 (Now on Sky Channel 024 as of September 1st 2015), as part of SKY's basic package. It is New Zealand's first broad appeal free-to-air TV channel launched in more than a decade and offers viewers an exciting and interesting range of programmes twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.

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