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Spotlight on change

What do advertisers have in common with satellite operators? What links broadcasters with software developers? They all have parts to play in the rapidly changing media and entertainment industry, and all of them ― along with cable operators, information services, print publishers, studios and others ― live or die based on how well they see and manage trends. Our Media & Entertainment specialists, a key part of our Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) practice, work aggressively to help industry leaders make dramatic change work for them.

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  • The Future of the Business Landscape: What's in store for TMT companies?
    Join us on May 13 for the Dbriefs webcast.
  • The Internet of Things Ecosystem: The quest for value
    Join us on June 25 for the Dbriefs webcast.

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