The Digital Media Manifesto

 

Source

L. Chiariglione

Title

A list of candidate business/use cases to be considered to identify and classify the hurdles blocking the success of the Digital Media Revolution

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The following list suggests some deployment cases that it may be worth considering along with a justification why these may be good cases.

No.

Case

Issues

01.

Digital libraries

 

02.

Home user

 

03. 

E-learning

 

04.

Satellite Pay TV

 

05.

Music distribution

 

06.

Terrestrial Television

 

07.

Radio

 

08.

Movies

 

 

Internet radio

The number of Internet radio channels has mushroomed, but what does Internet Radio bring that traditional radio does not?

 

Education

Provision of basic education, and sometimes of access to basic information, has been a traditional function of the state. Assuming that this function is still needed, how does it carry to the world of digital content?

 

Network-based video services

Networks would seem to be ideally suited to offer subscribers the content they need when they need it. Still network-based video services are not being offered in any meaningful way. Why?

 

P2P distribution

Peer to Peer distribution is having an enormous success with end users, but has failed to become a successful example of DM

 

Network PVR

Personal Video Recorders have had some success as personal devices, but the network-based version of it has not been deployed