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  • Survival of the fastest: TV’s evolution in a connected world
    The difference between surviving and sinking hinges on each broadcaster's ability to respond to the multiple concurrent changes affecting it. Executives need to know what to react to, with what measures and when.
  • Technology and TV: The continuation of a beautiful friendship
    One of the main reasons for television's enduring strengths – albeit not the only one – is that the TV industry has benefited from a continuous series of digital makeovers that have kept the television offer relevant and fresh.
  • Reacting to shifts in the educational publishing market
    Explore areas of opportunity for educational publishers, in addition to near-term tactics for adapting to new market realities.
  • The future of TV advertising
    A Deloitte analysis of the TV advertising market finds that advanced TV advertising – such as targeted and interactive advertising – is unlikely to make a significant impact in Europe in the next five years.
  • New shapes and sizes
    Why agility must follow austerity in the new digital age
  • Measuring Facebook’s economic impact in Europe
    Produced on behalf of Facebook, this report showed that Facebook supported 35,200 jobs in the UK and contributed an estimated €2.6 billion to the economy in 2011.
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