Global out-of-home advertising | 16 Apr 12 tags › IHS Screen Digest Advertising Intelligence offers this market monitor to provide an overview of global out-of-home advertising, the trends characterizing the market in 2011 and its growth potential. The report assesses global, pan-regional as well as country-specific trends in the US, APAC and key European territories, with a focus on digital out-of-home. It also profiles the recent performance and global development of the leading operators in outdoor advertising (JCDecaux, Clear Channel Outdoor, CBS Outdoor).
Console market enters transition zone | 05 Apr 12 tags › 2011 sees the traditional games industry move into a complex transitional phase composed of overlapping lifecycles. From a worldwide hardware perspective, we see Nintendo maintaining market dominance despite experiencing erosion, Microsoft achieving stability with its seven-year-old console, and Sony treading water as sales growth in PS3 is countered by declines in older formats.
Mobile World Congress 2012's impact goes far beyond mobile | 05 Apr 12 tags › This years 'major global mobile industry event lacked the single signature major announcement that has characterised recent years, despite a big rise in attendees to 67,000. This indicates a relative, not absolute, lowering in buzz. Instead of that one big thing, this year four major themes dominated Mobile World Congress: - Mobile money and payment initiatives attract mainstream brands in developed markets. - Fierce mobile innovation is going beyond mobile to alter everyone's business models. - Smartphone hardware has become an undifferentiated arms race. - Chinese manufacturers have arrived as premium players, but not yet victors.
Microsoft Targets Always-On Relevance With Xbox One's Integrated Entertainment Solution | 23 May 13 tags › Overall Positioning With the unveiling of Xbox One, Microsoft has put forward its vision for the evolution of its positioning of the Xbox platform as home entertainment hub, by building a hardware, software...
Estonia's largest cable TV operator with new ownership | 09 May 13 tags › Swedish investment group, East Capital Explorer, acquired 51 per cent of Estonia's largest pay TV player, Starman, for 24m Euros at the total cost of the company agreed for 107m Euros. At the same time...
Arris to acquire Motorola Home division from Google | 20 Dec 12 tags › US network equipment maker Arris has won a bid to acquire Motorola Home from Google for $2.35b. The Home division is part of the Motorola Mobility business that Google took control of in May 2012 for $12.5b,...
Mobile content market: Application stores transform the market | 12 Jul 10 tags › 2009 was a difficult year for the operator distributed mobile content market, particularly in mature Western markets as content shifts from operators' portals to off-portal application stores and the availability of free media content increases. In response to a recent update of Screen Digest mobile media forecasts, Ronan de Renesse, Head of the Mobile Intelligence team, delivered a webinar highlighting key facts and figures regarding the impact of application stores on the mobile content market. Key topics in the presentation included: 2009 trends for mobile video, mobile games and mobile music; impact Apple's App Store on the mobile content market; challenges and opportunities for media companies in the mobile application space; the role of mobile in multi-screen strategies.
Digital cinema roll-out in Europe | 01 Jul 10 David Hancock, Screen Digest's Head of Cinema, presented an overview of European digital cinema progress and approaches in order to set the context for his panel discussion at Cine Expo 2010 in Amsterdam. The presentation gives latest d-screen numbers in Europe, tracks third-party integrator progress in signing screens to their Virtual Print Fee programmes, defines the size of the digital shortfall faced by the continent and summarises some of the approaches being taken by public sector and other bodies towards digital conversion.
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