COVID-19 has disproportionately affected traditional media conglomerates relative to their streaming-only competitors. NBCUniversal is one such facing production freezes, theme park closures, and declining ad revenues. Despite setbacks, the company is innovating today to build digital capabilities and services that will help it succeed after the crisis.
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E-commerce is one of the most significant trends in the digital transformation in the 21st century. From a massive e-commerce company such as Amazon in the US and Alibaba in China to a smaller local player like Shoppee, in Southeast […]
NBCUniversal needs to make an investment in itself, not other digital entities, to go direct-to-consumer, positioning it to better capture changing viewership habits and make smarter content bets.