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Internet Television (Part 2) Service Profiles & Market Analysis - Report Now Available

Internet Television (Part 2) Service Profiles & Market Analysis - Report Now Available

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c91800) has announced the addition of "Internet Television (Part 2) Service Profiles & Market Analysis" to their offering.

- 12 internet television services

- 4 internet TV producers

- Market sizing & timing

- Market dynamics

- Balance of power

- Key stakeholders

REPORT CONTENT

The report opens by reviewing the size of the internet television market and its possible growth path. The market's competitive dynamics are then explained by focusing on the five key groups of stakeholders.

The report then reviews a range of internet television services that are being provided by public service and commercial broadcasters, internet companies and telecoms providers. In all, a total of 12 internet television services are reviewed along with four new producers who are at the forefront of defining new types of niche, high quality television programming that would never be broadcast by a major television network.

The report then concludes by offering insight into how the market is segmented, the relative roles of paid-for and ad-supported models, the balance of market power and how TV set connectivity might be best accomplished in the future.

KEY BENEFITS

Television & Content

- See how the television industry is trying to avoid mistakes that have been made by the music industry.

- Benchmark your own vision of the future using this report.

- Identify ways to make your current internet television service better in the short term.

- Learn from what executives in the leading broadcasters and internet start-ups are doing.

- Understand the different approached being used by broadcasters, telecoms providers and internet companies.

Mobile

- Benchmark and review your mobile television strategy in light of how the television industry is developing.

- Identify ways in which mobile services and mobile devices could be used to enhance an internet television experience.

Online

- Identify new market opportunities that leverage your existing assets.

- See how online trends are shaping the development of a major new industry.

- Obtain ideas for new products and services.

WHO SHOULD READ THIS REPORT?

- Product management and product marketing.

- Product strategy and marketing strategy.

- Executive leadership.

- Market insight and competitor intelligence.

- Business development and corporate development.

CONTRIBUTORS

We've talked to a range of players across the internet television landscape in order to prepare this report:

- Public service and commercial television broadcasters.

- Internet television start-ups.

- Incumbent telecoms providers.

- Independent television production companies.

- ISPs.

- Optical networking equipment vendors, whose products are being used to deliver the core network bandwidth needed to support the delivery of services like internet television on a mass scale.

- Companies operating content delivery networks.

- Those who control the licensing of rights to two very large global sporting events.

PROFILED SERVICES

- iPlayer

- hulu

- BT Vision

- Joost

- blip.tv

- Revision3

- Miro

- TV Tonic

- maniaTV

- Veoh

- Revver

- LiveVideo.com

CONTENTS:

Synopsis

Subject Area

Report Content

Key Benefits

Who Should Read This Report?

Contributors

Executive Summary

Introduction

Defining Internet Television

A Vision Of The Future

Market Dynamics

A Really, Really Big Prize

Five Key Stakeholders

Content Owners

Commercial Television Broadcasters

Public Service Television Broadcasters

Internet Companies

Telecoms Providers

Consumers?

Different Priorities, Different Strategies

Distribution And Premium Content

Importance Of Distribution

How Television Broadcast Contracts Work

Licensing Tv Content For Which There Is Mass Demand

Barrier 1: Active Bidding Market

Barrier 2: Commercial Viability

Barrier 3: Historic Relationships

Barrier 4: Timing

Broadcasters

Presence Of Public Service Broadcasters

Television Has An Obvious Monetisation Model

Television Is A Larger, More Competitive Market

BBC iPlayer

PC Service

Distribution To Pay TV Providers

Hulu

Other Developments

Telecoms Providers

BT Vision

Other Providers

Internet Companies

Internet Television Service Providers

Joost

Blip

Revision3

Miro

Tv Tonic

ManiaTV

Veoh

Revver

LiveVideo

Emerging Producers

Example Sector: Tech News

-GigaOM

-Pop17

-AmberMac

Example Sector: Eco Living

Market Insight

Market Segmentation

Paid-For Vs

Balance Of Market Power

Internet Companies

Broadcasters

Telecoms Providers

TV Set Connectivity

Companies Mentioned:

- Joost

- Blip

- Revision3

- Miro

- Tv Tonic

- ManiaTV

- Veoh

- Revver

- LiveVideo

- GigaOM

- Pop17

- AmberMac

- Eco Living

- iPlayer

- hulu

- BT Vision

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c91800.

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