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Internet Premium Services for Flexible Format Distributed Devices [chapter]

Brigitte Oesterdiekhoff
IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
This paper presents the provision of an internet premium service on different format output devices, which are embedded devices.  ...  In particular, we developed a tool for automatic generation of different profile depending target formats, which are used to present the service information on distributed mobile embedded devices like  ...  MEMPHIS [Multilingual Content for flexible format Internet Premium Service] supported by the European Commission: IST 5th Framework Programme  ... 
doi:10.1007/1-4020-8149-9_27 dblp:conf/ifip10-3/Oesterdiekhoff04 fatcat:2elgikovqnhyleinphhmkiy6gm

Premium rate culture: the new business of mobile interactivity

Gerard Goggin, Christina Spurgeon
2007 New Media & Society  
Key words premium rate telecommunications -mobile phones -premium mobile servicesmobile messaging -SMS -interactivity -mobile Internet Premium rate services are a diverse class of services that have a  ...  Specifically, we look at how premium rate services are being constructed in relation to telecommunications, television, and the Internet.  ...  For example, China's Internet portals are heavily involved in premium rate SMS services and rely on them to contribute to their profitability.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444807080340 fatcat:fcz2ewhqvfgkblft3reess3ys4

Page 393 of SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal Vol. 116, Issue 9 [page]

2007 SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal  
Data Services Telephony Services DSL .  ...  for distribution to viewers. * Adelivery network, which transports the content packets to the viewer locations. ¢ An STB installed at each viewer's location that September 2007 Figure 1 is responsible  ... 

Is access to content really the new bottleneck: or should we be content about content?

Paul Paterson
2012 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
Rather, a number of convergence-related developments in premium content demand, availability, and distribution suggest that any market power bestowed by exclusive access rights in the past may be eroding  ...  Exclusive rights to premium content, and other content-related factors, are identified in the Convergence Review Report as potentially powerful impediments to competition in the rapidly converging telecommunications  ...  Many commentators believe take-up of the NBN will in large part be driven by demand for audio-visual content, as most Australians already have an excellent fixed line phone service and adequate Internet  ... 
doi:10.7790/tja.v62i3.341 fatcat:ajplsflp5fcm7fxssvyv7tfvki

The Impact of Next Generation Television on Consumers and the First Amendment

Rob Frieden
2013 Social Science Research Network  
With the Internet serving as a single conduit for a variety of information, communications and entertainment ("ICE"), ventures can offer a bundle of services that span two or more regulatory classifications  ...  a variety of previously standalone services delivered via different channels.  ...  service provider from distributing the same content.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2261327 fatcat:ufgqcf7srbfz3ivl2vne47hclu

Intelligent retrieval on corporate intranets (portrals)

Piet Dempsey
1999 South African Journal of Information Management  
The premium nature of general-purpose, as well as specialised, paid-information services rapidly growing in popularity on the Internet today demands extended search capabilities.  ...  Support for hundreds of data types While simple text on HTML-formatted pages is by far the most common data format in online databases and services, the amount of other data types is growing rapidly.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v1i2/3.47 fatcat:uzj2zf63ijdjleka7oj6ows3am

Customer Control of IN Services [chapter]

O. Fœrgemand, A. Jensen
1997 Intelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks  
Customer control is becoming an important part of IN-services. Customer control allows the customer to control the setting of his service profile and other data associated with his services.  ...  Finally some future possibilities for customer control are presented.  ...  Instead the user is guided through a dialogue for setting up the services, eliminating the need for the user to remember service codes and formats for controlling the services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35323-4_5 fatcat:abbzyprfozfjvokdjgec4pfwwe

SMARTER TV - LINKING BROADCAST AND BROADBAND TELEVISION THROUGH A SERVICE DELIVERY PLATFORM IN THE CLOUD

Martin G. Kienzle, Brooks La Gree, Frank Schaffa
2010 Revista de Radiodifusão  
It leverages standards based web formats to create and deliver personalized, interactive content and services.  ...  In this new ecosystem, the service delivery platform (SDP), enabled through the cloud, creates an open infrastructure for web services to the TV or other connected media devices; in essence combining broadcast  ...  The CEHTML standard [4) used for the content format enables this functionality.  ... 
doi:10.18580/radiodifusao.2010.4.65 fatcat:auv3c7fz2facfkkkaw2n4guw2u

Look to the Cloud: Enabling Seamless Video in a Multidevice World

Jeff Malkin
2014 SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal  
With the scale and workflow flexibility afforded by cloud computing, moving media services into the cloud is an attractive cost-effective solution that many leading video content publishers have begun  ...  This paper compares different workflow cost structures and technical options for a variety of Internet delivery targets INTRODUCTION A current strategic imperative for content distributors, whether they  ... 
doi:10.5594/j18470 fatcat:nvh2lqc6dfcv5bjghi7mk2rbra

Expansion of the core business of traditional media companies in Spain through SVOD services

Gema Alcolea-Díaz, Carles Marín-Lladó, Laura Cervi
2022 Communication & Society  
The strategic importance of the internet for television became evident in the early 2000s, even destabilizing its very concept and finally resulting in convergence towards a profound transformation of  ...  The introduction of global over-the-top (OTT) media services into local markets has led to strategic changes in multimedia groups.  ...  However, the monthly subscription option maintains the flexibility necessary for these services.  ... 
doi:10.15581/003.35.1.163-175 fatcat:hs4fdhbrljgytjkakf2rbcz23a

Towards flexible mobile payment via mediator-based service model

Charles Chong, Hui-Na Chua, Cheng-Suan Lee
2006 Proceedings of the 8th international conference on Electronic commerce The new e-commerce: innovations for conquering current barriers, obstacles and limitations to conducting successful business on the internet - ICEC '06  
This paper suggests a mobile web services concept framework solution which allows mobile payment with flexible payment options for mobile consumers.  ...  Applications and digital goods for mobile devices have been around for more than a decade. Recent technology development has also driven the use of mobile commerce technology.  ...  As our system is flexibility enough to distribute the risk to payment operator, it will spur up more macro payment activities among mobile consumers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1151454.1151504 dblp:conf/ACMicec/ChongCL06 fatcat:v7fnwjuamnbrpn4bez6jl234au

Page 144 of SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal Vol. 116, Issue 4 [page]

2007 SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal  
Next-generation AVC encoders integrate several key enabling technologies, including the core AVC encoding engine; an ingest engine to handle various content formats; and a flexible IP-centric server platform  ...  A viewer can watch first-run and live con- Audio & Auxiliary Data Processing Image & Video Processing ingest Engine tent by channel surfing, just like now, or can ask for reruns or premium theatrical releases  ... 

Can A Faraday's Cage In Today's Digital Age Safeguard Our Privacy?

Kumar Ankit
2019 Advanced Computing and Communications  
In the increasing digital market of trans-boundary content, goods and services, the choices for us are often made by a super intelligent, biased algorithm, backed by immense computing power specifically  ...  This is the question for today which has implications on how the global economy sustains and caters to its users.  ...  for using premium services increases and the access to various payment mechanisms improves.  ... 
doi:10.34048/2019.4.f1 fatcat:2z6s25vewzeqvjcpu2uhufhlcy

Decommoditization, Resonance Marketing, and Information Technology: An Empirical Study of Air Travel Services amid Channel Conflict

Nelson F. Granados, Robert J. Kauffman, Hsiangchu Lai, Huang-chi Lin
2011 Journal of Management Information Systems  
The flexible and premium bundles were seldom customized, and accounted for only 1.9 percent of customized bundles.  ...  travel services sector, when most casual observers have thought that the Internet was all about flexible consumer choice.  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222280203 fatcat:ioxc7nfws5fifoax2gly2okioa

Infrastructural Innovation

Ole Hanseth, Petter Nielsen
2013 International Journal of IT Standards and Standardization Research  
In this paper, we focus on the development of high level services based on mobile telecommunication technologies which we for matters of simplicity term the development of a Mobile Internet.  ...  But the analysis also points out important differences between the Internet and the existing Mobile Internet regarding in particular technological constrains on innovations.  ...  premium rated content services to the content providers.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jitsr.2013010102 fatcat:jptfqnmynfaklki5iscar2u5xu
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