Hype Cycle for Media Industry Entertainment, 2006

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Summary

A mix of consumer technologies and internally focused IT systems that ready the entertainment industry for the pending digital explosion form the basis for this year's media entertainment industry Hype Cycle.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • 1.0 What You Need to Know
    • 2.0 The Hype Cycle
    • 3.0 The Priority Matrix
    • 4.0 On the Rise
      • 4.1 Monetizing P2P
      • 4.2 Web 2.0 Distribution
      • 4.3 Rich-Media Search Technologies
      • 4.4 Podcasting (Publishers)
      • 4.5 Content Delivery Networks
      • 4.6 Consumer-Generated Media
      • 4.7 AM/FM/TV Datacasting
      • 4.8 Online Game Consoles
    • 5.0 At the Peak
      • 5.1 Intellectual Property Rights and Royalties
      • 5.2 Mobile TV Broadcasting
      • 5.3 IPTV
      • 5.4 Mobile TV Streaming
      • 5.5 PC-Based Media Center
    • 6.0 Sliding Into the Trough
      • 6.1 Really Simple Syndication
      • 6.2 Broadband Video
      • 6.3 Metadata Standards
      • 6.4 Open IT Standards in Post-Production
      • 6.5 Consumer Digital Rights Management
      • 6.6 Digital Radio
      • 6.7 High-Definition TV
      • 6.8 Personal Video Recorders
      • 6.9 Broadband Music
    • 7.0 Climbing the Slope
      • 7.1 Digital Asset Management
      • 7.2 Mobile Video on Demand
      • 7.3 Portable Media Players
    • 8.0 Entering the Plateau
      • 8.1 Digital TV
      • 8.2 Video on Demand
    • 9.0 Appendices
      • 9.1 Hype Cycle Phases, Benefit Ratings and Maturity Levels
  • Recommended Reading
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