Global - Digital Media - Update Late 2007


In August 2007 BuddeComm conducted its third annual Digital Media Roundtable. This event presented a snapshot of the current market and a look at the likely developments during the next year. Significant progress has been made. The traditional media have emerged from their previous state of denial and are now in the delaying stage – still believing that they can fight the trend towards open networks and open systems. New proprietary systems will arrive, based on digital TV and different DVR set-top boxes, which will result in more open services being offered by web-based companies.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Synopsis
  • 2. Digital media business developments
  • 3. Open systems the only way forward
  • 4. Broadcasters rely on more of the same entertainment offerings
  • 5. Web-based media will lead the market
  • 6. What will the future look like?
  • 7. Traditional players are holding the Australian market back
  • 8. New advertising models
  • 9. The market for mobile digital media
  • 10. The content providers
  • 11. Related Reports

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Digital Media

Number of pages 6

Status Archived

Last updated 27 Aug 2008
Update History

Analyst: Kylie Wansink

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