Recent Release | 25 Jan 2023
Reinventing for growth in a changing media landscape
Thought Leadership Team
Media strategies for an atomised, multidimensional landscape
The media landscape is changing quickly, and companies risk losing customers if they don’t innovate to keep up. To better understand this shifting marketplace, Oxford Economics and Accenture surveyed 6,000 consumers in 10 countries about their media and entertainment habits, experiences, and preferences. Our research found that consumers are growing frustrated with the increasingly fractured media landscape—they feel overwhelmed by the number of streaming services and dissatisfied in finding something to watch, with many planning to reduce their spending on media and entertainment services in the next 12 months. Their expectations for an improved media experience are clear: consumers value simplicity, flexibility, customisation, and convenience. The companies that prioritise these demands will emerge as winners in the media industry.
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The experts behind the research
Ed and Sundus, along with research associates Kayla Luparello and Mariel Povolny, are members of the thought leadership team, producing original, evidence-based research made accessible to decision-makers and opinion leaders.
Editorial Director, Thought Leadership
Senior Research Manager, Thought Leadership
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