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Digital Television for All: User Preferences and Designers' Views on What Would Suit the User [chapter]

Leena Eronen
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
During the design sessions, the designers created new concepts of interactive television programs for given TV viewers.  ...  The creative work was based on user profiles collected in the preceding user study.  ...  When we compare the user preferences to designers' views on what would suit the particular TV viewer, we see that designers' concepts suit Henri and Patrick quite well.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36572-9_14 fatcat:silx2p3sxrbe7b6smolhs25eri

Audio for Digital Television [chapter]

Tim Carroll, Jeffrey Riedmiller
2007 National Association of Broadcasters Engineering Handbook  
By no means an exhaustive discussion of what is involved, the material here will at least bring to light what must be done, and a view of what is possible with television and digital audio beyond just  ...  This may have been due to a lack of understanding as to what these user-selectable parameters do or what their impact would be on the reproduced audio.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-240-80751-5.50080-1 fatcat:jpmswtuqz5a4nai3yramz75uxi

User Modeling and Recommendation Techniques for Personalized Electronic Program Guides [chapter]

Liliana Ardissono, Cristina Gena, Pietro Torasso, Fabio Bellifemine, Angelo Difino, Barbara Negro
2004 Personalized Digital Television  
The PPG manages a user model that stores the estimates of the individual user's preferences for TV program categories.  ...  This model results from the integration of different preference acquisition modules that handle explicit user preferences, stereotypical information about TV viewers, and information about the user's viewing  ...  Acknowledgments The Personal Program Guide has been developed in a joint project between Telecom Italia Lab and the University of Torino.  ... 
doi:10.1007/1-4020-2164-x_1 fatcat:aa2w6ypemfgvlklltxij43e5si

The EU Digital Single Market as a mission impossible: Audio-visual policy conflicts for Estonia

Indrek Ibrus
2016 International Journal of Digital Television  
the content offered to users is based on their search queries and previous activities on its website.  ...  ; and most users access media services and content on a variety of channels or platforms.  ... 
doi:10.1386/jdtv.7.1.23_1 fatcat:bmfkffutwrbl7nwzebeigrc2zq

Selection of standards for digital television: The battle for Latin America

Jorge Angulo, Joan Calzada, Alejandro Estruch
2011 Telecommunications Policy  
This paper analyses the implementation of Terrestrial Digital Technology (TDT) standards in Latin America.  ...  and by the political and commercial relationship with their neighbours.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the editor and two anonymous referees for useful suggestions and comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.telpol.2011.07.007 fatcat:lx2o7gpvezbcvn4u57j5tkydau

The new marketing: All media, all of the time

J Morris-Lee
2001 Journal of Database Marketing & Customer Strategy Management  
and colour preferences, even family size to help prepare the best-suited recommendation. reviewing today, with the addition of new media that were not available when the original list of factors was created  ...  Conversely, paper and print media were preferred for their readability and portability and its timeliness.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jdm.3240046 fatcat:4heeieo525d3bap2tglf2jsp7i

Seeing is believing: we are all converging

Emily Allbon
2016 The Law Teacher  
and designers within their curriculum.  ...  Challenges exist in relation to information/digital and multimodal literacies, but there is much scope for innovation in teaching and learning thanks to emerging technologies.  ...  Gunther Kress's work on Multimodality seeks to recognise the different mediums in 32 Michael S. Rosenwald, 'Why digital natives prefer reading in print.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03069400.2016.1146455 fatcat:gtowowp6unh2lfdq5ia46hyue4

Using Digital Media for Entertainment - The Other Side of the Digital Divide in India

Sarita Seshagiri, Jan Blom
2010 2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
The paper describes media use practices that were observed in this qualitative, exploratory study and highlights affordable digital media design opportunities based on the key findings.  ...  However, alongside television, digital media platforms, mobile phone and DVD player, in particular, have also become popular.  ...  What type of digital content and services are adopted by these users and moreover, what other platforms of digital media, in addition to the mobile phone, are used?  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2010.428 dblp:conf/hicss/SeshagiriB10 fatcat:srnd455hdbamtcownlhgwvho64

'It brings it all back, all those good times; it makes me go close to tears'. Creating digital personalised stories with people who have dementia

Valerie Critten, Natalia Kucirkova
2017 Dementia  
dementia and those who care for them, using apps on smartphones and tablets'.  ...  The stories reported in our study are all personal or personalised, and multimedia.  ...  The key features of Our Story relevant for this study are its open-ended design (users can create any digital stories with no restriction on the number of pictures, length of audio-or video-recordings)  ... 
doi:10.1177/1471301217691162 pmid:28161989 fatcat:6woga54eazbs3bmvobfebmxn7a

Design of interactive television programs

Leena Eronen
2002 Proceedings of the SIGCHI-NZ Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction - CHINZ '02  
In this case, the products were interactive television programs and applications for digital television.  ...  The study resulted in new concepts of interactive television programs and services for digital television that were created by both TV viewers and designers.  ...  The author also wants to express her appreciation for the user study participants who provided their time and help for the research on their leisure time.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2181216.2181229 dblp:conf/chinz/Eronen02 fatcat:nmsaiftl3bhbxnebpr4b5rbgbm

Universal Service in an All-IP World

Jodie C. Griffin
2014 Social Science Research Network  
at all on a new network, or customers will need to purchase a new version of the device to continue using the same functionality, the transition would impose significant costs on users and businesses  ...  ). made possible by a suite of policies designed to ensure ubiquitous and affordable access to an open, neutral communications network.  ...  have little competition in the broadband marketplace or no broadband infrastructure at all decide to take matters in their own hands and gain local control over the next generation of their communities  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2418581 fatcat:wdwc2evxazdy3ofr3gk4hiiuwm

ICT in Africa: Enabling a Better Life for All

Shana R. Ponelis, Marlene A. Holmner
2014 Information Technology for Development  
In the fourth section we introduce the articles in this volume of the special issue on ICT in Africa followed by a summary of the articles in the last section.  ...  balance demand and supply of resources; design appropriate fully working technology that is based on local needs; ensure that all problems are remedied; and manage expectations.  ...  There are also significant overlaps between UNESCO's view of knowledge societies and what it takes to achieve such societies and the World Bank's requirements to establish a knowledge economy.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02681102.2014.985521 fatcat:k7xhycw4hvh4rksevwx34oda74


2013 International Journal of Innovation Management  
This article proposes a more detailed understanding of the business model innovation process by drawing on existing knowledge from new product development literature and examining the front-end and the  ...  We studied how changes introduced during the development of digital news production and delivery have affected key components of these business models, namely value creation, proposition, delivery and  ...  What we would like to get out of it is to get more customers, and more loyal customers, but so far we have not found a suitable model for this."  ... 
doi:10.1142/s1363919613400021 fatcat:nlul7yswafhajizsidffy6wa5i

For All of Our Languages We are Not Natives Here

Martina Gillen
2010 International Journal of Innovation in the Digital Economy  
Using the digital divide as a case-study this paper looks at the efficacy of this model and argues that this approach as instituted is fundamentally flawed for a number of reasons.  ...  Legal policy on the global stage has combined with history, nature and economics to create an inherently unequal playing field for states seeking to undertake industrial development or agricultural reform  ...  The mode of thought behind FLOSS is a marriage of human needs and technological imperatives that is designed to make the use and creation available to all in a way that best suits them.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jide.2010070103 fatcat:iwbx5uxinrbg7p6ydwx6i6sbge

The implications of program genres for the design of social television systems

David Geerts, Pablo Cesar, Dick Bulterman
2008 Proceeding of the 1st international conference on Designing interactive user experiences for TV and video - uxtv '08  
Based on a user study of a system for sending and receiving enriched video fragments to and from a range of devices, we discuss which genres are preferred for talking while watching, talking about after  ...  We also discuss how this impacts the design and evaluation of social iTV systems.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Kenny Verbeke, Wim Konings and Christof van Nimwegen for their help. CUO conducted this work within the IBBT ISBO-VIN project, funded by the Flemish Government.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1453805.1453822 dblp:conf/uxtv/GeertsCB08 fatcat:y4lmqy3pcrdcrbr3tpd3vbiazm
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