The adoption of new technologies is causing some stress to the current copyright regime. Content owners deploy different legal and technological means to enforce their copyrights, with varying success. Governments and regulators have to start thinking how to help the local broadcasters and domestic content creators meet the challenge of the million-channel TV set.
ASIA-PACIFIC BROADCASTING (March 2011)
TABLETS AND SMART TVS : WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Everyone is understandably expecting smart devices – TVs connected to the Internet, tablets like the iPad with a wireless connection, smartphones, game consoles or computers networked into a TV set – to have a profound impact on virtually every aspect of the television business. Questions concerning affordability, required bandwidth and content development will continue to be addressed, and are bound to influence the pace at which these highly touted devices will be embraced.
BROADCASTING & CABLE (January 17, 2011)
THE FIGHT TO OWN THE DATA DELUGE
The relentless growth of consumer data has led to a surge of investment as specialist agencies look to impose themselves on the future of media optimization. Data is proliferating at a rate of knots. Media markets will begin to mature and maturity will mean increasing use of analytics and data.
CAMPAIGN (March 2011)
KEY SATELLITE INDUSTRY TRENDS TO WATCH IN THE NEW DECADE
The satellite industry has weathered the global economic crisis better than other industries. The period between 2007 to the present represented some of the largest investments in new satellite infrastructure in the history of the industry.
ASIA-PACIFIC BROADCASTING (January 2011)
內容分組播存技術 – 從技術上融合三網