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GRANITE – The Journey So Far
The National Theatre of Scotland has an international reputation for creating pioneering programmes that get right into the heart of communities...
UK
16 Feb 2016
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Is The Rise In Subscription Services A Benefit Or Concern To Music Labels And Their Artists?
In a recent post, I explored the changing mix of consumption channels and the rise of streaming and subscription expenditure.
UK
27 Oct 2015
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How Do YOU Consume Music?
The chart below gives a great breakdown of consumer expenditure in recent years with forecasts for the future.
UK
8 Oct 2015
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Granite: A Rock Solid Commitment To Aberdeen
Aberdeen and granite are synonymous with one another. It was the economic bedrock on which the city was built – both figuratively and literally, as anyone who knows the city well would attest.
UK
1 Sep 2015
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Deloitte TMT Predictions 2014. Media – Doubling Up On Pay TV (Video Content)
By year-end 2014 between 50 and 100 million homes around the world will have access to two or more separate pay TV subscriptions – generating about £3 billion in revenues.
UK
5 Sep 2014
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Deloitte Media Predictions - 2011 – Part 1
Deloitte predicts that in 2011 television will solidify its status as the current super media, defying some commentators’ prophecies of imminent obsolescence.
UK
20 Jan 2011
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Deloitte Media Predictions - 2011 – Part 2
Deloitte predicts that in 2011 the global computer and video game industry will continue growing but from a more diverse set of revenue streams.
UK
20 Jan 2011
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Media Predictions - TMT Trends 2008 – Part 1
As predicted in last year’s Media report, social networking has continued to gain in popularity, and our suggestion that concerns about privacy and user safety would grow proved correct.
UK
22 Jan 2008
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Media Predictions - TMT Trends 2008 – Part 2
The movie theater – also known as the cinema in some countries – has enjoyed strong growth in recent years. Revenues, measured by box office sales, grew year-on-year from the mid-1990s to 2006, a year in which sales totaled $25 billion.
UK
22 Jan 2008
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Media Predictions - TMT Trends 2007 - Part Two
Headlines about new media’s near vertical rise abound. Analyses of the travails of old media are similarly plentiful. Yet terms of reference often differ and context is sadly lacking. This causes misunderstandings that are likely to linger throughout 2007.
UK
18 Jan 2007
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Media Predictions - TMT Trends 2007 - Part One
Welcome to the 2007 edition of the DTT TMT Industry Group’s Media Predictions. The media sector has again had a vibrant year. As forecast last year, digital music’s popularity has continued growing, helped by the increasing range of online retailers and MP3 players.
UK
18 Jan 2007
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TMT Trends: Predictions, 2006 - A Focus on the Media Sector
Welcome to the 2006 edition of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu’s (DTT) Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) predictions for the global media and entertainment sectors. These predictions are the result of comprehensive research throughout 2005, the principal elements of which include:
UK
2 Feb 2006
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Insight Magazine - Featuring ´The future of digital radio by Simon Cole UBC Media Group´
Various articles taken from the summer edition of Deloitte's Insight Magazine.
UK
 
9 Sep 2005
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TMT Trends: Predictions, 2005 - A focus on the media sector
2005 will see the media find new stability in the digital age. The music industry will be the first to emerge as a master of the internet. Legal downloading will flourish, and a concerted, coordinated and global effort to crackdown on pirates will see illegal activity take a significant blow.
UK
 
27 Jan 2005
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Signs: a warning? - lessons to learn from the music industry
The experience of the music industry, which has been plagued by digital theft, should send shivers down the spines of film executives. The music majors are suffering from declining sales and the inability to protect revenues from digital theft.
UK
 
11 Jun 2004
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