6 questions facing today’s independent producers and some thoughts on potential answers
Content producers face rising rights and talent costs as they try to acquire a distinctive edge in a world of over-supplied “me too” vanilla content.
Independent TV producers specifically have a big challenge controlling these costs given their revenues are constrained by the well documented issues facing their broadcast clients.
In this paper OC&C considers six key questions facing the management and shareholders of our independent production companies. Responding to these questions should help position producers favorably for the journey ahead.Read publication
Navigating Turbulent Waters
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School Of Hard Knocks
The higher education sector in the UK has witnessed significant growth over the past three decades, with a combination of demographic, economic and policy drivers fuelling demand (as measured by the number of applications) since the 1980s
For many years, the education sector has been poorly understood, captured as a subset of business services or the media sector. Education does however deserve more attention. It continues to be a major area of investment for governments around the world, with increasing opportunities for private sector operators
The Fog Is Lifting
For decades, customer service has been poorly understood – an afterthought to the proposition, a cost to be managed, or worse a series of independent and uncosted decisions which add up to an unplanned customer service experience
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