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High speed Internet. Multi-room DVRs. Movies. OnDemand. Cloud storage. Sports packages. Five hundred channels. When it comes to digital TV and Internet services, today’s consumers have a dizzying array of features and options. But what do consumers and small business owners really want from their Internet and digital TV providers?
This report summarizes key findings from an online survey and follow-up focus groups, exploring the topic of the “mobile wallet.” The goal of this research was to explore consumer awareness, perceptions and willingness to engage in using a smart phone to make purchases, transfer funds, conduct financial transactions and carry identification such as a driver’s license, insurance card, social security card, etc.
Consumer Intelligence Series, now in its 6th year, is PwC's ongoing consumer focused research through which we gain directional insights on consumer attitudes and behaviors in the rapidly changing media and technology landscape. Our findings reflect the intersection between the online survey to over 1,000 respondents, a series of focus groups, and social media listening.
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.
This paper explores the critical considerations relating to the classification, capitalisation and amortisation of content development spend under the applicable IFRS standards IAS 2 Inventories and IAS 38 Intangible Assets, focusing on the television production, educational publishing and video game sectors.
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.
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.
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.
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.