• 08.05.19

    VidCon 10: A Decade of Digital Video

    If you were to take a quick snapshot of the digital video world in 2019, you’d see the pros and cons of peak TV, fewer legacy content companies (some with “new looks” as a result of M&A), and more places to consume content than ever before.

  • 06.10.19

    The Arrival of Peak TV

    We are living in a time that has been coined “peak TV,” thanks in large part to the sheer amount of content that is available to viewers.

  • 06.10.19

    Three Essential Components of a Great Acquisition Strategy

    Technology acquisition decisions are fraught with complexity. Companies have a wide range of options other than acquisition, and sometimes it’s difficult to assess which path is the best way forward.

  • 06.10.19

    Strategies and Success Factors in Innovation

    The rise of disruptive startups with fresh solutions has fueled to new levels the demand for corporations to innovate.

  • 11.29.18

    Experiential Entertainment as a Direct-to-Consumer Platform

    In Star Trek: The Experience, you began your journey in the History of the Future, an exhibition of actual costumes and props used over the TV series’ history.

  • 11.29.18

    Experiential Entertainment: Insider Insights

    From live events to escape rooms to popup brand activations, out-of-home entertainment experiences have seen significant growth in attendance and interest in recent years, thanks in part to social media and our always-connected lifestyles.

  • 10.31.18

    State of Video

    From major studio M&A deals to the intensifying battle between tech and TV giants, the major events of this past year are completely transforming the face of the industry.

  • 10.31.18

    State of Gaming and Esports

    It’s a Fortnite world, and we’re all just living in it. While the gaming and esports industries have continued to thrive, the 800-pound gorilla has been Fortnite’s continued dominance in the market.

  • 10.31.18

    State of Music

    The music business is financially stronger than it has been in several years, thanks to streaming, which now makes up 75% of the industry’s revenues in the United States.

  • 10.31.18

    State of Social Media

    It’s no secret that millennials and Gen Z consumers love their screens.