Archived report. This report was archived in June 2004 and has not been updated. Traditionally, the telephone network allowed you to make calls and the broadcasting network delivered one-way entertainment. The New Media is turning this upside down. Broadband and interactive digital TV are literally allowing for thousands of new applications, which can be developed by SMEs, corporations and government organisations. Most if not all these organisations will be able to use the new environment to develop services and applications that are specific to their individual need and that of their customers. This report covered B2B and B2C applications in teleshopping, e-retailing, e-commerce, T-commerce and other interactive video based developments.
2. Killer applications
3. Many killer apps for many niche markets
4. The 12 Principles of Killer App Design
5. Free online content disappearing
6. Teleshopping Lessons from the past
7. E-retailing – an analysis
7.1 Better prices – comparising shopping
7.2 Virtual boutiques
7.3 Permission based models
7.4 Consumer power
7.5 New distribution models
7.6 Fulfilment issues
8. Successful e-commerce
9. The Ebay economy
9.1 Local stores
9.3 Information services
10. TV Shopping demonstrations on demand
11. Video on Demand
12. Interactive services
13. New Media characteristics and applications
14. Related reports
Table 1 – Killer applications revenues – 2005
Table 2 – Online content buyers – 2002; 2006
Table 3 – Information highway services – level of interest
Table 4 – What is the service worth to you?
Table 5 – Interactive services, subscribers will pay for
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