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PQ Media’s intelligence team put a bow on this year’s Global Media & Technology Forecast Serieswith the release of the third and final installment in the annual series – Global Consumer Spending on Media Content & Technology Forecast 2014-18 – examining KPI results and delivering market insights and projections covering end-user spending on media, content, access, devices and other technology.
In addition, the research and development of this edition is directed by one of the most admired and close-knit duos in media research, with strong support provided from PQ’s diverse team of research analysts and data scientists. PQ’s respected strategic intelligence team serves up a potent market research package featuring consistent historical and forecast dataset organizations across dozens of key digital & traditional media sectors, segments and categories worldwide.
PQ analysts dive deeper into the Top 15 Global Markets to uncover the crucial market challenges and strategic opportunities ahead. The intelligence delivered through this market research report is geared for media & tech company execs, management consultants, investment pros and agency groups, all of which are responsible for driving a new, more effective course through strong cross-currents rocking the media ecosystem globally.
PQ Media’s Consumer Spending on Media Content & Tech provides a dazzling array of strategic intelligence across dozens of regions, markets and verticals. PQ’s sharp-eyed intelligence analysts splice through the data, synthesize the key trends, insights and assumptions to form consistent datasets through a proprietary research method and analytical approach that leverages an exclusive wellspring of cross-media and market-specific analyses into this dynamic three-report package.
From North America to East Asia, Team PQ laser focuses on the Top 15 Global Markets by region, including, for example, the US and Brazil in The Americas; the UK and Russia in Europe; and China and Australia in Asia-Pacific. Coverage includes KPI results, comparisons and projections for the next five years, as well as five-year historicals back to 2008. Other value-added features include the new deep-dive Excel Databook, which delivers hundreds of exclusive datasets by country, platform and social generation for the 2008-18 period.