Top 10 Predictions For Media & Entertainment In 2020 

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Top 10 predictions for the media and entertainment industry in 2020 - from media/tech expert Peter Csathy. Predictions cover the world of video, music, immersive (AR, VR), esports and live experiential entertainment - much of which have been transformed by tech.

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