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New Video Dynamics: Overview of Internet-Based Video Services, A to Z
Emerging Media Dynamics, February 2007, Pages: 52
This series, New Video Dynamics, is a follow-on to the popular Spotlight on TV 2.0 Leader series, and delves into the top trends driving the new video marketplace.
The series kicks off with a comprehensive, cutting-edge report: Overview of Internet-Based Video Services, A to Z. From AddictingClips.com to ZippyVideos, from BitTorrent to YouTube, this unprecedented overview will provide you with insight and analysis into over 140 companies, web sites or mobile services that are changing the equation in the video entertainment, news and communications worlds.
This report will provide:
-Video Services Organized by Category: As the number of video options on the Internet escalate, the old categories of TV and movie content are giving way to a jumbled mass of mash-ups, user-generated video, ad-supported streamed content, premium streamed content, downloadable content, vlogs and place-shifted TV programming, to name a few of the new kinds of emerging video content services. Our report provides a logical framework for grasping the rise of new video options, organizing video services according to meaningful categories.
-Concise Descriptions for Each Video Service: This dynamic and comprehensive overview provides concise, meaningful descriptions for each service, along with ownership information, URL locators and, where appropriate, relevant summaries of each service's impact on the broader Internet video sector.
-Predictions for What Lies Ahead: In the midst of the Internet video revolution, it's difficult to see just where this massive new trend is headed. Overview of Internet-Based Video Services, A to Z offers expert insight into the coming developments and competitive shifts that promise to alter both traditional and emerging video markets in radical and unpredictable ways.
This indispensable report is destined to become a classic reference for TV and movie production companies, broadcast networks, cable operators, phone companies, technology suppliers and investors. Order your copy today.
I. Introduction 1
A. You Tube Sparks User Generated Video Craze 1
B. Now Internet Video Defies Categorization 2
C. The Internet Video Sector is Chaotic: A Framework is Needed 3
II. Types of Internet-Based Video Sites and Businesses 4
A. Video Sharing 5
B. Traditional Entertainment 5
C. User-Generated Content 6
D. Publishing Tools 6
E. Video Search 7
F. Video Retrieval 7
G. Traditional Sports Content 7
H. Peer to Peer (P2P) 8
I. TV Channel/Service Replacement 8
J. Traditional News 8
K. How To and Non-Fiction 9
L. Place-Shifting 9
M. Mash-Ups and Modifications 9
III. The Next Step in Internet Video’s Evolution 10
Directory of Internet-Based Video Services, A to Z 11
About the Author 50
About Emerging Media Dynamics 51
Partial List of 140+ Companies/Sites Covered in the Report
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