|By Business Wire||
|August 23, 2013 09:31 AM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wp77rw/the_faultline) has announced the addition of the "The Faultline Revisited: Disruption in Video Delivery 2013-2023" report to their offering.
This report is a prediction of disruptive technologies that will shape digital media and video delivery in the next 10 years.
The next generation of digital media could be determined by any number of potential changes in business or technology. Anticipating them is, by its very nature, something that is open to debate. In this report, we focus on six major issues that we reason will have the greatest effect on video infrastructure over the next 10 years.
This 63 page report argues that the following six areas will be the key drivers of change for the next ten years:
- TV will shift from free to air radio to over the internet streaming OTT (from wireless to wired);
- Cellular offload will make WiFi the leading wireless network (from fixed line to wireless);
- Some 75% of TV viewing will shift to tablets, savaging TV sales forever (from a non-smart shared device to a smart personal wireless device);
- Mass social viewing platforms will lead major motion picture releases (from a physical location shared experience to an online WiFi and cellular driven experience);
- TV Channel unbundling will see the death of 75% of TV channels (more content available OTT over WiFi and cellular driving this change);
- TV Everywhere will become the largest App on the planet (from fixed line to wireless delivery.
Who should read Faultline Revisited - Disruption in Video Delivery from 2013 to 2023?
This is essential research for content and rights' owners in entertainment, publishing and music; Consumer Electronics device and component vendors; Pay TV operators, broadcasters, all types of network operators, telcos, cablecos, broadband carriers, satellite and IPTV operators, and equipment and software suppliers to these companies, including STB and encoder manufacturers, DRM specialists, handset makers, chip designers and sellers of advertising; apps and software developers; strategy formulators and buyers; consultants; financial analysts and any company with an interest in the future of content delivery.
Key Topics Covered:
1. The Timeline of outcomes that Faultline proposes
2. Methodology and how to use Faultline Revisited
3. The Faultline Revisited Timeline in more detail
4. The Faultline A business concept for the
6. Conclusion: It's going to get mighty scary out there
- Who's in the firing line
- 50% of the content workforce looking at the web for work
- The CE industry will go virtually bankrupt overnight
- WiFi: The biggest wireless network - gets even bigger
- From 100m broadband lines to 1 billion
7. The Faultline Revisited
- Key Changes
8. Those issues in a bit more detail
- TV shifts from free to air to internet delivery OTT
- Cellular offload to make WiFi the leading wireless network
- 75% of TV viewing will shift to tablets, savaging TV sales
- Social viewing platforms lead major motion picture release
- Facebook represents a threat to Netflix 45
- TV channel unbundling means death to 75% of channels
- TV Everywhere becomes the biggest App on the planet
9. Economic Turmoil
- Vodafone profits crash, but the share price stays same
11. TV ARPU down, broadband ARPU up or steady
12. Other Changes the market will see
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