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Gepubliceerd: 18-12-2014

Een selectie van elementen uit SEC comment letters afgegeven aan bedrijven in de entertainment, media en communicatie sector.

 

Feeling the Effects of the Videoquake

Gepubliceerd: 30-11-2014

PwC heeft de vele manieren onderzocht waarop videoconsumptie het afgelopen jaar is veranderd en wat dit betekent voor consumenten en de hele industrie.

 

The wearable future

Gepubliceerd: 23-10-2014

PwC’s onderzoek duikt in de business van wearables en onderzoekt de houding en voorkeuren van de consument die de toekomst van wearable technologie zullen vormgeven.

 

Profitable growth in the digital age

Gepubliceerd: 15-10-2014

Profitable growth seems tougher now than it’s ever been. Global megatrends relating to technology, urbanisation, climate change and resource scarcity, globalisation and demographic shifts are challenging businesses in every sector with new threats and new opportunities. Some of these trends are imminent; others are already in play, most obviously the enormous impact of digital technology, especially in the media sector.

 

The rise of multichannel networks

Gepubliceerd: 14-10-2014

Traditionele mediabedrijven nemen steeds vaker multichannel networks (MCNs) over of gaan partnerships met ze aan. De volgende stap is nu om die netwerken te helpen om meer content te produceren, een breder publiek te bereiken en een diversificatie aan te brengen in hun distributiekanalen en omzetstromen naast alleen YouTube.

 

Dynamic analytics for enhanced business decision making in the entertainment industry

Gepubliceerd: 30-06-2014

Analytische oplossingen zijn een belangrijk onderdeel geworden van het adresseren van complexe en strategische vraagstukken in de entertainment en media sector.

 

Media Trend Outlook: E-Books on the Rise

Gepubliceerd: 22-05-2014

The white paper ‘E-books on the Rise’ is part of the ‘Media Trend Outlook’ series and provides an overview of current developments and future prospects of the e-book markets in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands until the year 2017.

 

Gaming in the Netherlands

Gepubliceerd: 25-11-2013

Online gaming and its associated business models have experienced strong growth in recent years and financing games via sales of virtual goods and additional content has increased significantly.

 

Accounting for royalty arrangements – issues for media companies

Gepubliceerd: 05-06-2012

The fourth in the series of guides from PwC's Media Industry Accounting Group, this paper explores some of the key challenges under IFRS in accounting for royalty arrangements by both licensors and licensees.

 

Broadcast television: Acquired programming rights

Gepubliceerd: 23-04-2012

The third in the series of guides from PwC's Media Industry Accounting Group, this paper explores the critical considerations relating to the recognition, presentation, amortisation and impairment of acquired programming rights for broadcast television.

 

Revenue recognition for media companies

Gepubliceerd: 09-02-2012

The second in the series of guides from PwC's Media Industry Accounting Group, this paper explores some of the main implications for media companies of the revenue recognition exposure draft re-exposed in November 2011.

 

Accounting for joint ventures – issues for media companies

Gepubliceerd: 11-11-2011

This paper, the first in a series of guides from PwC's Media Industry Accounting Group, explains the treatment of these and other items under the current standard IAS31 Interests in joint ventures. We also consider how the treatment might change under IFRS 11 Joint arrangements which is applicable for periods beginning on or after 1 January 2013.