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Focus on: The Challenges of Connected TV

15-11-2013

Connected TV is an internet-enabled TV which for the first time connects linear and non-linear media services in one device. In connected TV the boundaries between online and TV disappear, giving rise to the question of whether the existing regulations are prepared for this. In fact, the Audiovisual Media Services (AVMS) Directive regulating the linear signals is quite strict, but regulations drafted for non-linear services are not adapted to the present and future situation. The big question remains ...

Connected TV is an internet-enabled TV which for the first time connects linear and non-linear media services in one device. In connected TV the boundaries between online and TV disappear, giving rise to the question of whether the existing regulations are prepared for this. In fact, the Audiovisual Media Services (AVMS) Directive regulating the linear signals is quite strict, but regulations drafted for non-linear services are not adapted to the present and future situation. The big question remains whether it makes sense to keep this division and how to develop legislation, and the AVMS Directive in particular for the challenges of the future.

The Challenges of Connected TV

16-09-2013

At the convergence of broadcast and broadband, Connected TV offers opportunities to drive growth, and enhance social inclusion for all European citizens. In order to remedy lack of interoperability, some stakeholders are developing ecosystem strategies to enter new areas of content aggregation and non-linear distribution, while legacy linear TV is demonstrating considerable resilience. Several EU directives are relevant, but the time is not for a deregulatory ‘big bang’. EU Premium content remains ...

At the convergence of broadcast and broadband, Connected TV offers opportunities to drive growth, and enhance social inclusion for all European citizens. In order to remedy lack of interoperability, some stakeholders are developing ecosystem strategies to enter new areas of content aggregation and non-linear distribution, while legacy linear TV is demonstrating considerable resilience. Several EU directives are relevant, but the time is not for a deregulatory ‘big bang’. EU Premium content remains strategic and requires long-term incentive policies.

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Alain Modot, Erik Lambert and Bertrand Moullier (Media Consulting Group)

Interoperability of Digital Interactive Television Services

23-02-2007

This note provides a brief introduction to the issue of the interoperability of digital interactive television services, with reference to the European Commission's 2006 Communication on the same subject. It evaluates the importance of the topic for the work of Parliament's Committee on Culture.

This note provides a brief introduction to the issue of the interoperability of digital interactive television services, with reference to the European Commission's 2006 Communication on the same subject. It evaluates the importance of the topic for the work of Parliament's Committee on Culture.

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