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Infographic: The Rise of the Second Screen

Infographic: The Rise of the Second Screen | Nouveaux écrans | Scoop.it
We've written about the future of Social Television, but the fact is that the second screen is already here. Outside of going to the movies, when my television is on at home, I always have a laptop, tablet or my iPhone at the ready.

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Télévision connectée : le ton monte entre fabricants et FAI - Le Figaro

Télévision connectée : le ton monte entre fabricants et FAI - Le Figaro | Nouveaux écrans | Scoop.it

Le FigaroTélévision connectée : le ton monte entre fabricants et FAILe FigaroUn service qui préfigure au développement de la «Web TV» ou «Smart TV».


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EE: “2013 will be the critical year to address the mobile video tsunami”

EE: “2013 will be the critical year to address the mobile video tsunami” | Nouveaux écrans | Scoop.it

Matt Stagg, Senior Manager of Network Strategy at UK mobile operator Everything Everywhere (EE), gives his predictions for the mobile video industry in 2013 and discusses his company’s own strategy for building an end-to-end mobile video ecosystem.

“With the arrival of LTE in the UK, 2013 will be the critical year for operators to address the ‘mobile video tsunami’ before it’s too late,” says Stagg, who will be speaking at the TV Connect 2013 event taking place in London on 19-21 March 2013 (www.tvconnectevent.com).

“We have brought 4G to the UK, dragging the country from an industry laggard to a leadership position in just six months. From this position, EE will drive the development of an end-to-end mobile video ecosystem.”

The Bristol-based 4G network strategist tells IP&TV News that Everything Everywhere will achieve this vision in the following ways:

Helping to bring together disparate parts of the mobile video industry to develop an end-to-end ecosystem.Leading the way in looking at video separately from other internet content and developing targeted strategies.Giving more focus to emerging mobile video technologies such as broadcast.Supporting the standardisation of video delivery, with greater support for MPEG-DASH across the entire ecosystem.Reinvigorating the progression in operator CDN federation, driven by the rise in video traffic; traditional telcos will look to compete with pure-play CDNs for a bite of the cherry

With today’s auction of 4G spectrum in the UK generating just GB£ 2.3bn (US$ 3.5bn) – compared to the GB£ 22.5bn raised by the auction of 3G spectrum in 2000 – it looks like the country’s four main mobile operators (Vodafone, EE, O2 and Orange) have cut a much better deal for themselves.

Communications watchdog Ofcom currently predicts that 4G services will generate GB£ 20bn over the next decade.


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A guide to multi-screen marketing - iMediaConnection.com

A guide to multi-screen marketing - iMediaConnection.com | Nouveaux écrans | Scoop.it

A guide to Multiscreen Marketing. Discussing current trends in the Connected TV and Multiscreen landscape with an emphasis on the strengths of a holistic viewpoint. 


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The future of media consumption gets closer: More than one in four UK adults own a tablet | TheMediaBriefing

The future of media consumption gets closer: More than one in four UK adults own a tablet | TheMediaBriefing | Nouveaux écrans | Scoop.it
More than one in four UK adults own a tablet. That’s around 13 million tablets out there in the hands of UK consumers, aged between 13 and 79. That is a rapid and transformative technology change happening before our eyes.

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Infographie : La TV connectée en France

Infographie : La TV connectée en France | Nouveaux écrans | Scoop.it

Aujourd’hui, les services de TV connectée les plus utilisés sont la télévision de rattrapage et la VOD. D’autres services sont appréciés : le partage de vidéos (Youtube) et le partage de photos (Flickr, Picassa…), les services de visioconférence et les services de vie quotidienne (météo, horoscope, info trafic, guide télé). Ce sont ces services qui permettent d’enrichir l’expérience utilisateur.

 

La totalité des dépenses des consommateurs sur leur téléviseur, en termes de publicité ou d’acte d’abonnement, représente un marché de 500 milliards de dollars. C’est un marché de masse pour tous les grands acteurs de la TV ou de l’électronique. Peu de marchés sont aussi importants aujourd’hui, y compris en termes de volume : il se vend chaque année 7 à 8 millions de téléviseurs.


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