European Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011

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This report discusses the key drivers, restraints, challenges and issues facing Video content services. The arrival of the ETSI approved DVB-H mobile TV standard, its impact on Video services, forecasts for both Video and Tv for the period 2002-2011 and 2006-2011 are given along with market segmentation and analyses of the value chains, business and revenue models. It also provides key recommendation to all stake-holders in both value chains.

Table of Contents

European Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryIntroductionDefining the Market (Market Segmentation)Forecast MethodologySummary of Findings and Key ConclusionsEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, Market OverviewMarket OverviewThe Content and Media IndustryOverview of Television Outside the Mobile IndustryThe Mobile Communication IndustryEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, Mobile Video & TV (Broadcast & Multicast) TechnologiesMobile Video and TV (Broadcast and Multicast) TechnologiesIntroductionMobile Video Standards and TechnologiesEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, Mobile Video Device ForecastsMobile Video Device Forecasts Device ShipmentsEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, Mobile Video Market ForecastsMobile Video Market ForecastsIntroduction and DefinitionsMarket Drivers and RestraintsPricing and BillingVideo Value ChainMarket Forecasts: Segmentation / Usage Patterns / Demand AnalysisEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, Video Content Market Revenues - Country ForecastsVideo Content Market Revenues - Country ForecastsRevenues by CountryEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, The DVB-H Mobile TV BusinessThe DVB-H Mobile TV BusinessIntroductionOther Mobile TV (Broadcast and Multicast) StandardsOff Cellular Network Broadcast StandardsOn Cellular Network Multicast TechnologiesThe DVB-H Mobile TV StandardDVB-H Pilots and TrialsThe DVB-H Value ChainDVB-H Business ModelsRevenue Models for Mobile TVEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, DVB-H Mobile TV Device ForecastsDVB-H Mobile TV Device ForecastsHandset ForecastsIn-Car Terminal ForecastsEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, DVB-H Mobile TV Market ForecastsDVB-H Mobile TV Markets ForecastDriversRestraints and Challenges Market Forecasts: Segmentation / Usage Patterns / Demand AnalysisEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, DVB-H Mobile TV Market Revenues - Country ForecastsDVB-H Mobile TV Market Revenues - Country Forecasts Revenues by CountryEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, Conclusions & RecommendationsConclusions and RecommendationsVideo - Key Recommendations for Mobile Operators and Content Owners / AggregatorsVideo - ConclusionsDVB-H - Recommendations for All Participants DVB-H - Key Recommendations for Mobile Operators as Service ProvidersDVB-H - Key Recommendations for Broadcasters and AggregatorsDVB-H - Key Recommendations for Handset VendorsDVB-H - Key Recommendations for Content OwnersDVB-H - Key Recommendations for Smart Card and Chip ManufacturersDVB-H - Key Recommendations for Marketers and AdvertisersDVB-H TV ConclusionEuropean Mobile Video & DVB-H TV Markets, 2002-2011, Frost & Sullivan AwardsFrost & Sullivan AwardsProduct Innovation AwardProduct Line Strategy Award




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