A new golden age of Fluid Entertainment will dawn as another 1.4bn people flood online over the next decade, hungry for innovative new forms and formats of entertainment and news.
This report from global future consultants The Future Laboratory, commissioned by YouTube, uses in-depth research and interviews with leading industry experts to identify and explain the key shifts in technology, demographics and culture that will change forever what we watch, and how and where we watch it.
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Explore four major trends that will shape tomorrow’s creative and collaborative media landscape:
: Entertainment Polarity
: Brand Symbiots
: Entertainment 2.0
: Expanded Reality
We home in on four key areas of focus that will help you apply Entertainment Futures insights to your business.
Do you recognise it is time for digital technology to adopt a supporting role?
Can you see a clear path for your brand’s future?
Ensure your brand’s permanence by downloading our New Youtube: Entertainment Futures Report now.
This report is free for all members, please contact Accountmanagers@thefuturelaboratory.com directly to get a copy.
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