Articles Tagged ‘Deloitte’


Could COVID slow smartphone sales, but increase data speeds?

For the first time, Deloitte has altered some of its TMT predictions mid-year. Here are the ones that will affect media.


Three big media takeaways from Deloitte’s 2020 predictions

From antenna trends to (naturally) podcasts, here are the biggest trends that Deloitte thinks will affect media next year.


Radio could kill the TV star: Deloitte

Duncan Stewart says that soon, young Canadians will spend more time listening to radio than watching TV.

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Duncan Stewart: The ad industry just needs to make better ads

Deloitte’s TMT director of research says with eyeballs harder to capture, it’s time to make ads count.


Television advertising to remain flat, tablets to tank: study

From the rise of vinyl to possible slowdowns in self-driving cars, Deloitte has released its annual media and technology predictions. The big winner (sort of) is linear TV.


Will apps protect industry from ad-blockers?

Mobile titles will lead gaming revenue, VR will stay niche and apps might keep ad-blockers at bay, according to Deloitte’s 2016 TMT Predictions.


Millennials still spending on content: Deloitte

The 2015 Canadian Technology, Media & Telecommunications Predictions also forecasts short-form videos will represent just 3% of viewing in Canada.

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Will 4K video on Netflix encourage cord cutting?

Jodi Brown, director of content, Mediacom Canada, and Duncan Stewart, director of research for Deloitte TMT, on how they expect traditional subscriptions to be impacted by OTT services developing 4K content.

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More Canadians will add OTT than cut the cord: Deloitte

The Technology Media & Telecommunications Predictions 2014 report expects households will double up on pay TV subscriptions for more content.


Deloitte rolls out 2013 predictions

From the rebranding of mobile advertising to dual screen viewing, the company predicts the media trends that will make a splash this year.


Deloitte makes its 2012 predictions

At a conference in Toronto, the research company released its forecasts in areas of technology, media and telecommunications.