Today, The Times releases a special report, “Future of Media & Entertainment”, where it investigates the decline of print, how publishers are fighting back and also the revolution in TV with online services and multi-million-dollar content.

Consumers now want to watch content on the device they want at a premium quality, and content owners want to have a direct contact with them in order to fit their expectations. This is why broadcasters need to adapt.

Click here to read the article. It explains how we at Cognacq-Jay Image are continuously adapting to the changes in the broadcasting market.

The full report can be viewed on the Raconteur website here.


Future of Medias and Entertainment Times