Digital Media - Industry Business Models

Synopsis

Archived report. This report was archived in 2010 and has not been updated since. The most important outcome of the convergence between telecommunication, media and IT is that the market is rapidly changing from stand-alone content and services (telephone, television, newspapers, radio) to multimedia (integrated content) applications and multimodal services (content delivered to various devices). This report provides BuddeComm analyses and discussion of potential industry business models for the emerging services, including Triple Play.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Synopsis
  • 2. The role of the telcos
  • 3. The role of the broadcasters
  • 4. The role of the content providers
    • 4.1 Business models for content providers
  • 5. The role of the IT industry
    • 5.1 Introduction
    • 5.2 The IT industry
    • 5.3 Consumer electronics
    • 5.4 Software companies
  • 6. Broadband Service Providers (BSPs)
  • 7. Triple Play
    • 7.1 What went wrong with triple play?
      • 7.1.1 VoIP and video – hard nuts to crack
      • 7.1.2 TV camera in front of radio programs
      • 7.1.3 FASTWEB is leading the charge, for change
    • 7.2 The ‘Long Tail’
    • 7.3 The telcos’ triple play model has failed
  • 8. Internet economy based business models
    • 8.1 The new telco giants
    • 8.2 Back to the ancient marketplaces
    • 8.3 Industry separations
    • 8.4 BT the only shining beacon in the telco world
    • 8.5 So who are the leaders?
  • 9. The end of portals?
  • 10. Conclusion: Business models for the digital economy
    • 10.1 Business models need to be changed
    • 10.2 No single technical solution
    • 10.3 Take guidance from the present
    • 10.4 Telcos thrive on chaos
  • 11. Related reports
  • Table 6 – Consumer electronics sales growth – US – 2006 - 2008
  • Exhibit 1 – Examples of content provider business models
  • Exhibit 2 – Media centre devices

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Number of pages 11

Status Archived

Last updated 16 Sep 2008

Analyst: Kylie Wansink

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