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IP-TV Services

The delivery of television content to desk-tops, over the internet, on demand, has the potential to dramatically change how users consume content and how this content is produced and distributed. It will place significant new demands on broadband network deployment and performance, and could revolutionise business models in advertising.

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Online video consumption grows, but pricing and business model challenges still remain

In spite of increasing consumption, the challenge of monetising online video content still remains as evidenced by the experience of YouTube and Hulu. More »

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Disney's partnership with Hulu will change the rules in online video distribution

Disney's investment and joint-venture partnership with ad-supported streaming video site Hulu, will seriously impact existing players like Google's YouTube and Apple's iTunes service. More »

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Hollywood changes its distribution model-but only in Korea for now

Warner Brothers Entertainment will release its films online in South Korea before they are released in the country on DVD, in a major break from the established Hollywood distribution model which could lead to a big increase in movie downloads. The film studio, which is part of Time Warner, has... More »

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Cisco predicts huge growth in internet traffic

The recently-released Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecast projects that global IP traffic will grow at a combined annual growth (CAGR) of 46% from 2007-2012, nearly doubling every two years. This will result in an annual bandwidth demand on the world's IP networks of approximately 522... More »

Monday, September 22, 2008

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