DUBLIN, January 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nrcf4g/the_rise_of_media) has announced the addition of the "2013 Report on the Rise of Media Apps in Smart Mobile Devices" report to their offering.
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Smart phone device shipments will surpass the total number of computing and digital media devices shipped in 2013. However, the challenge posed by smart media devices is not about the devices themselves, but rather the software platforms (i.e., Apple iOS, Google Android, Windows RT and others) upon which they run. They have become the basis for establishing a whole new series of media applications that are fundamentally changing the relationship that consumers have with their media service providers and the digital content they want to access. They afford consumers more control in managing access of their overall relationship with digital media content.
They incorporate many of the computing, Internet, cloud and social media-type application features that help consumers find and access more of the type of digital content they want to see.These two phenomena pose a number of threats to the existing media service delivery business models, but, in particular, they shift some emphasis from broadcasting digital media over delivery assets to streaming digital media through over-the-top distribution assets, deemphasize the use of broadcast and digital media devices technology as a means of controlling consumer access to digital media content and establish a new context for media service providers to create direct relationships with individual consumers.
Key Topics Covered:
The Mobile Side of Media Apps
App Stores are the Source for Media Apps
Smart Mobile Platforms Follow the Emergence of Cloud Services
Overview of Cloud Computing.
Mobile Platforms and Digital Media Devices as Cloud Clients
The Digital Media Home Renaissance
From Two Home Networks to One.
Digitization of Broadcast and Broadband Services
From Consumer Electronics to Computing Devices
WANs Outside the Digital Home
The Contributions 3G to 4G Wide Area Networks
Public Wireless LAN.
The Impact of Gen Yers and Gen Xers
The M&E Side of Media Apps
How M&E Controlled the Transition to DTV and HDTV
Digital Media Content Formats Open a New World for Mobile Devices
Media's Contribution to Digital Media Software
What's Happening Now.
Old Habits Die Hard: Device-Based Media Innovations
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