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Research and Markets: Evolution of the Mobile Content Market 2012

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bnl4md/evolution_of_the) has announced the addition of the "Evolution of the Mobile Content Market 4Q 2012" report to their offering.

This report provides an analysis and forecast of the evolving mobile content market from both the content development and distribution models to the end-user perspective. It also covers the mobile content industry in North America (U.S. & Canada) to gauge its revenue potential for mobile content distributors. The report also includes the latest consumer data from Parks Associates' recent mobile tracking study.

With consumers becoming more accustomed to the extensive availability of mobile content, the mobile content market faces the challenge of matching consumer expectations, said Harry Wang at Parks Associates. Success in the mobile content market will ultimately reflect a service provider's ability to deliver content to a wide range of platforms and integrate a program interface that will improve the experience of the consumer.

Key Topics Covered:

1.0 Report Summary

1.1 Purpose of Report

1.2 Scope of Report

1.3 Research Approach

2.0 Mobile Market Overview

2.1 Mobile Device Platform Growth

3.0 Mobile Content Ecosystem

3.1 Mobile Content Owners and Publishers

3.1.1 TV Broadcasters, Cable Networks, and Movie Studios

3.1.2 Music Labels

3.1.3 Book, Newspaper, and Magazine Publishers

3.1.4 Game Publishers

3.2 Mobile Content Distributors and Aggregators

3.2.1 Role in Content Ecosystem

3.2.2 Type of Mobile Content Distributors

3.3 Mobile Content Technology Provider/Enabler

3.3.1 Mobile Content Delivery Network (CDN)

3.3.2 Mobile Browser Technology and HTML5

3.3.3 Mobile Application Enablers

3.3.4 Significant Mobile Platforms

3.4 Challenges for Mobile Content Distribution

4.0 Mobile Content Usage and Trends

4.1 Premium Content

4.1.1 Video

4.1.2 Music

4.1.3 Games

4.1.4 E-Books

4.1.5 Digital Magazines

4.2 User-Generated Content

4.2.1 Social Networking

4.2.2 Photo Sharing

4.2.3 Personal Video Sharing

4.2.4 User Experience Trends

5.0 Market Trends and Forecasts

5.1 Mobile Content Market Trends

5.2 Mobile Content Forecast Methodology

5.3 Mobile Content User and Revenue Forecasts

6.0 Appendix

6.1 Glossary

6.2 Company Index

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