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Multimedia Industry: Case Study of EMI Records

EMI Records is a reputed music production and distribution company. It is distinct from others in the music industry from the fact that it always puts the prospects of the artist ahead of the commercial return on the art. Such popular artists as Iron Maiden, Pink Floyd, Kate Bush and Robbie Williams have had a long-term business relationship with the company. To this day, it remains a dynamic and innovative label committed to recognizing and supporting fresh musical talent in Europe and America. Eicom’s business is also music based but their focus is on the distribution through television channels. Hence, Eicom and EMI records compete in different markets although they both represent the multimedia industry. The company is in a phase of transformation with the prevalence these days of downloadable music off the internet. EMI is conceiving of a fair and sustainable online business model that will return rich rewards to artists and the label.

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Multimedia Industry: Case Study of Pearson PLC

Pearson Plc is a media enterprise of notable repute. In their own words, their business goals are to “to educate, entertain and inform.” And looking at the empirical evidence the company had certainly met its business goals. Any analysis of financial prospects without consideration to intangible values such as business goals is bound to be inaccurate. Hence, the company’s stated objectives alongside its past accomplishments make it a real winner in the publishing industry.

Financial performance:

A glance at the company’s financial performance for the last five years indicates a steady growth. The operating profit had risen from 4,019 million pounds in 2003 to 4,423 million pounds in 2006. Pearson Education, which is one of the top brands, had by itself contributed 383 million pounds. These figures translate well for the shareholders. For example, to match the growth in operating profit, the . . . Read More

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