Q:What is web2.0? Why web2.0? What is Internet TV? A: Web 2.0 is an Improvement process of Web but not the Innovation mainly because it still base on the platform of 4C architechure which are Content, Communication, Community, and Commerce。
"Web 2.0, according to 2005 conference sponsor Tim O'Reilly, is an "architecture of participation" -- a constellation made up of links between web applications that rival desktop applications, the blog publishing revolution and self-service advertising. This architecture is based on social software where users generate content, rather than simply consume it, and on open programming interfaces that let developers add to a web service or get at data. It is an arena where the web rather than the desktop is the dominant platform, and organization appears spontaneously through the actions of the group, for example, in the creation of folksonomies created through tagging."
The theory has been percolating for some time. But it intensified last year when O'Reilly published an essay on the topic, as well as a graphic outlining the key categories of this new medium.
Q:What is the difference between the current Internet and Web2.0? A: Ross Mayfield, the CEO of SocialText, a company that sells collaborative wiki software to enterprises and that is hosting the Web 2.0 wiki, had a simpler definition for conference goers. "Web 1.0 was commerce. Web 2.0 is people," Mayfield said.
Q:What will happen with the key players of the normal TV? A:
What's your first impression of trandition TV network? Could it be a company that might offer you hundreds of channels you'll never watch, you would be able to select what you want and watch it on your own schedule. If the answer is Yes, you have the the great oppotunity to free from all of these now!
For production companies that do not own any network, they have new better way of distribution now. It won't be any issue due to the rapid develolpment broadband recently. In this case, the internet is a direct way to reach viewers for these independent film makers. Some famous producers are turning to the internet not just for marketing but to deliver a whole television series.
Video delivered over the internet, which has been embraced by media and internet giants such as Viacom and Yahoo, is quickly shaping up as a way for smaller producers to reach an audience without having to cut deals with movie studios and the big networks that are the traditional gatekeepers of television.
Anyone who wanna stay in the business, they must pay more attention to Internet TV. TV program will be viewed on mobile device suh like Cellphone and iPod video and PDAs. That implies the patten of TV shows will reshaped and better suited for an online audience. For instance, shorter, interactive
However, the story telling is still the king of the show and these trandition networks have the capability of this aspect. Nobody will listen if can't tell a good story.
Q:how will TV be connected with other medias, like blog, cell phone, HDTV, digital TVs recorders/ digital video recorders(PVR/DVR) incorporated with Internet TV?
A: The trend is that internet TV service that empowers video producers and programmers to build broadband businesses while giving viewers more choices and control over their use of video and television. But What will be the role of the device/service provider (For example: Apple - iTune Music Store, Tivo - Video On Demand Service, Google - Google Video search engine, or other niche S/W providers) ?
Apple Computer, which has changed the music industry with its iPod music players and iTunes music store, is trying to do the same thing in the video market. Earlier it introduced an iPod that plays videos, and launched a department in its iTunes store that sells episodes of popular TV shows, such as "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost," along with a handful of animated short films and music videos. All video offerings sell for $1.99 apiece. While the iTunes video library is limited today, it's clear that Apple's approach is shaking up the entertainment industry and a new distribution model is emerging for video.
DVR: digital TVs recorders/ digital video recorders(PVR/DVR) the enabler of providing on-demand programming
Blog: demassify/demassification media focus on specific certain customers
mass media (traditional media)
1. Advertising. (Brian)
The advertising model is extremely simple and very attractive: You simply put your 30 second commercial in front of the video. For example: Google Video head Jennifer Feikin said at a conference that video content would be offered on a pay-per-view model, with content owners setting the price. And in April, when the company solicited videos from users, uploaders were asked to tag the files with a per-view price. Brightcove's system combines software tools for producing and distributing video with methods for making money.
2. Broadband expansion (Brian)
The development of IPTV and other Internet-based methods of delivery is driven by the increasingly widespread availability and maturity of broadband,
3. Demand for premium content for which consumers are willing to pay
4. Continuous search for new sources of revenue. (Jenny)
5. The emergence of triple-play: the convergence of broadband data, telephony, and video.
The main obstacles to the growth of IPTV are a lack of consumer awareness and consumer acceptance of this as a viable alternative to incumbent channels of delivery, and the strong market position and economies of scale of the incumbents.
Ask Sandya’s group about the intellectual property. BASIC What is web2.0? Why web2.0? What is Internet TV? What is the difference between the current Internet and Web2.0? There are six kinds of TV: Internet TV, P2PTV, HDTV, IPTV, steaming video, Cellphone TV.
Group Current situation What is the current technology in TV industry? When TV programs are produced, how can they be posted to public? How does the workflow works for broadcasting the films to the public? What are the stakeholders? Who are the key players of “normal TV”?
Zhen Ni General idea of TV 2.0 Why do we need Internet TV? What’s the difference between normal TV and Internet TV? How does Internet work? What kind of new innovations had been made in the era of Internet TV? Who are the key players of “Internet TV”?
Simon Marketing analyses SWOT analysis normal TV and Internet TV? Are people ready to accept Internet TV? How large is the current market? what are most potential audience’s ages? locations? their expectations what is the bottleneck in the current web technology to realize internet tv? there maybe some problems, like bandwidth, continuity of streaming?
Tsoe Loong Profit/expenses Advertisement How does it work in normal TV? How will it work in Internet TV? Is possible to explore other profit sources? How is the current expense? Broadcast station’s cash out flow’s direction. How about future profit/expense. Interactive advertising
Zhikai Xu Migration (very important, hard work, mainly work load for future scenario design) What will happen with the “normal” TV if the Internet TV successes? Zhen Ni What will happen with the key players of the normal TV? Brian Conflicts with the government Simon what is the impact of globalization. pros and cons? Simon what are other barriers in the way of migration? Zhen Ni Intellectual property? Creative Common, DRM? Sandya, Tsoe Loong what is the rime we expect to make Internet TV form a large enough popularity? Zhikai what is the potential route from nominal TV to Internet TV? Group Media mix how will TV be connected with other medias, like blog, cell phone, HDTV, digital TVs recorders/ digital video recorders(PVR/DVR) incorporated with Internet TV?
hi guys i found scenario related to internet TV, the future of tv in 2012 http://scenariothinking.org/wiki/index.php/Future_of_Television_in_2012 ron
Hey, Check this out: http://www.brightcove.com/ Found this somewhere when I was browsing: The fact that the growth of broadband has enabled companies like BrightCove to tap into the power of the Internet and transform media – they have an open Internet TV service that empowers video producers and programmers to build broadband businesses while giving viewers more choices and control over their use of video and television. casey
I just read an article (sorry it's dutch), maybe it's interesting for you guys. 'IP-TV is verouderd, toekomst aan P2P-TV'