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Deloitte member firms provide professional services to:

  • All of the big-four* internet service providers worldwide
  • Eight of the ten largest* cable TV companies worldwide
  • Seven of the ten largest* electronic game publishers worldwide
  • Eight of the ten largest* newspaper publishers worldwide
  • Nine of the ten largest* periodical publishers worldwide
  • Eight of the ten largest* book publishers worldwide
  • Seven of the ten largest* movie producers and distributors worldwide
  • Eight of the ten largest* advertising agencies worldwide
  • All of the big-four* music producers and distributors worldwide


Deloitte Media Thought Leadership

DTTL TMT keeps abreast of TMT trends and makes significant investments in producing cutting-edge thought leadership. We are deeply committed to providing insights that keeps clients on the forefront of critical trends. Deloitte’s innovative thinking is highly valuable to and sought by a range of stakeholders—business schools, trade organizations, government agencies, and companies of all sizes.

Social Media in Africa 
It’s almost impossible these days to have a conversation that doesn’t touch on the world of social media. Our world in Africa has now passed “the tipping point” where more and cheaper bandwidth, combined with cheaper and increasingly versatile mobile devices have been inextricably linked to a universe of highly-functional and user-friendly platforms.
Frontier Advisory and Deloitte hosted an Africa Frontiers Forum event at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) on the 28th August 2012 to evaluate the economic impact of social media in Africa, how social media is evolving in Africa; what difference is it making to business and consumers and how different is the social media experience in Africa compared to both other emerging and developed markets.
The publication summarizes the highlights of the Africa Frontiers

Media Predictions 2013 
For 2013, we expect the start of preparations for the next generation of high definition television, known as 4K, while dual screens will have almost no impact on overall viewing, but may rather have more impact on other media, such as newspapers and magazines. 

Explore TMT Predictions 2013.

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