Entertainment and Media

The pervasiveness of media in business is a reality today, redefining the way organizations interact and engage with customers in a way not imagined in the previous decade. Business are gaining the ability to enable cross-platform repurposing and monetization of digital content, creating an extended economy based on television, video, advertising, publishing, mobile and the Internet. Innovation in technologies and system integrator partnerships is crucial to expand growth potential globally.

Frost & Sullivan’s Digital Transformation research and consulting programs look at the advent of newer technologies and their impact on organizations, disrupting old processes and enabling a new horizon of opportunities for companies to turn around old, fragmented business segments into a transformed consumer-centric service approach. Our digital media coverage spans all products and services in the content value chain-- from content acquisition to processing, management, delivery, protection, monitoring, analytics and customer experience.

We work closely with the world’s largest media networks, publishers, agencies, service operators, as well as technology providers and start-ups to help them find their footing in this sea of change. Tailored, customized solutions provide clients with the best strategies for growth, supported by the right key data points researched to meet the client’s needs and the specific engagement. Our research spans broadly across the sector and provides deep insights into specific markets in the most significant areas of IT and the digital media industry.

  1. This insight presents an overview of cloud-based solutions for the media and entertainment vertical and the challenges in adoption. It also discusses the various applications that are relevant in the market today and lists some of the vendors who offer solutions for the same.

  2. 24 Sep 2012  |  Asia Pacific

    The Asia-Pacific IPTV Landscape

    Broadband Growth Driving IPTV Adoption in APAC

    IPTV is becoming a mature pay TV technology now with wide-scale deployment in the Asia-Pacific region. IPTV has been most successful in markets with significant fiber deployment. Due to the difficulty of providing interactive services with traditional pay TV technologies, some cable TV operators in mature markets are exploring options to migrate to...

  3. The Indian television industry, which remained dormant since the inception of cable, has awakened with a powerful mandate that will scrutinize the operations of thousands of cable operators nationally. This has evoked protest from local cable operators who fear license cancelations for failing to implement the mandate. Indian broadcasters and DTH p...