Spotify's commitment to algorithmic music curation has made it an industry-leading streaming platform, providing users with exactly the right music at the right moment. But can it sustain this advantage as the service grows?
Far from being a niche form of entertainment, the popularity and reach of streaming has grown rapidly over the past decade. Effectively tapping into this platform will enable gaming publishers (such as Activision Blizzard) to drive further engagement with their titles, monetize this incremental engagement, and support a variety of other critical activities spanning innovation, customer analytics, and marketing.
This is a story of how Major League Baseball (“the MLB”) out-innovated other professional sports leagues (NFL, NBA, NHL) and Silicon Valley (Facebook, Google, Amazon) in response to an increasingly digitalized supply chain for live entertainment content. If you’ve watched […]
AT&T can control the supply chain by owning programming (Time Warner) and distribution (DirecTV) but should not sacrifice one for the other to gain DOJ approval.
Following Netflix's success, over-the-top platforms are mushrooming, winning the battle for viewers attention with traditional media networks. Disney, unparalleled king of content, is finally adjusting its strategy to compete for audiences switching to digital space.
MLB Advanced Media was a pioneer in digital streaming and is now leading the way towards direct-to-consumer content distribution.
Sony is a household name when it comes to entertainment – films, TV, music, video games, you name it. But for some reason Sony’s becoming an antiquated name and doesn’t show up in the new digital music space. What happened?
How can an inherently “offline” business use online tools to its advantage?
How the NFL is digitizing itself to stay relevant for millennials
Has Netflix maxed out the potential of digital transformation?