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New Series of Reports Give a Solid Grounding in the Multiple Facets of the New Internet and Mobile Video World

New Series of Reports Give a Solid Grounding in the Multiple Facets of the New Internet and Mobile Video World

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c93276) has announced the addition of "New Video Dynamics Package" to their offering.

Purchase All Eight New Video Dynamics Reports at Big Savings!

The New Video Dynamics series of reports is now complete. Hundreds of cable, telco, content supply, Internet and tech companies have gained insight, proprietary data and projections and a basic grounding in the multiple facets of the new Internet and mobile video world through our reports, using them as corporate reference resources, marketplace guides, strategic planning blueprints and indispensable research tools.

Purchase all eight reports for a 60% savings off the a la carte combined price of the reports. Take advantage of this offer and you'll have access to competitive insight and strategic analysis found nowhere else.

Included in the bundled discount package of analyses are the following reports:

Feb-07 New Video Dynamics: Overview of Internet-Based Video Services, A to Z

Apr-07 New Video Dynamics: Competitive Analysis of Broadband Providers

May-07 New Video Dynamics: Outlook for Mobile Video

Aug-07 New Video Dynamics: Delivering Internet Video to TV Sets

Sep-07 New Video Dynamics: The State of Video Search

Dec-07 New Video Dynamics: How Hollywood Handles the Internet

Feb-08 New Video Dynamics: Peer-to-Peer Technology Enters the Mainstream

Apr-08 New Video Dynamics: Videoconferencing, Video Messaging and Lifecasting

Brief Descriptions:

Overview of Internet-Based Video Services, A to Z

The series kicks off with a comprehensive, cutting-edge report: Overview of Internet-Based Video Services, A to Z. From AddictingClips.com to ZippyVideos, from BitTorrent to YouTube, this unprecedented overview will provide you with insight and analysis into over 140 companies, web sites or mobile services that are changing the equation in the video entertainment, news and communications worlds.

Competitive Analysis of Broadband Providers

Competitive Analysis of Broadband Providers deliver a high-level overview of the competitive dynamics driving the evolution of cable and telco communications services.

Outlook for Mobile Video

Outlook for Mobile Video, delivers an unprecedented overview of the state of mobile video and the near-term prospects for this new medium. Our concise analysis delivers summaries of 32 mobile video content providers and aggregators, including the major mobile carriers leading the handheld video market in the U.S. Outlook for Mobile Video also highlights the most prominent mobile video players in Europe and Asia.

Delivering Internet Video to TV Sets

Our assessment of this emerging sector of the new video business, Delivering Internet Video to TV Sets, takes a close look at the efforts underway to deliver Internet video to the living room. This exclusive and dynamic report offers insight into key questions surrounding how tech and service providers plan to bridge the "last twenty-feet" divide.

The State of Video Search

Despite the profusion of video search services, searching for videos on the Internet is still a difficult process, particularly in comparison to the orderly world of electronic program guides characteristic of traditional TV services. That's one of the key conclusions from our recent analysis, The State of Video Search, the latest report in our New Video Dynamics series.

Based on our review of 35 diverse video search providers, the State of Video Search also concludes that two leading video search platforms, AOL-owned Truveo and blinkx, encompass the widest range of video content (from user-generated videos to ad-supported network TV shows to premium downloadable movies) available to users. Moreover, a number of well-funded start-ups are gearing up to make their marks in the video search business.

The State of Video Search also concludes that that video "search" per se could play far less an important role in the evolution of the Internet TV medium than the crucial role played by program guides in the traditional TV realm. Social networking and other forms of peer-recommended communications might become far more important to finding and viewing web-based video than any searching tool could be.

Join your colleagues, peers and competitors and stay ahead of the curve with our New Video Dynamics reports. If you need to know what's ahead on Internet video entertainment, emerging mobile video applications, video search, peer-to-peer video services and the long-awaited emergence of video telephony, take advantage of this special offer today.

How Hollywood Handles the Internet

This exclusive in-depth analysis spells out the shifting dynamics that Hollywood and other traditional TV program and film producers face as they adapt to the challenges, changes and opportunities posed by the Internet.

How Hollywood Handles the Internet delivers an easy-to-understand guide to the still-experimental efforts by top program and movie providers to develop new revenue streams from Internet-based outlets. As the report documents, Hollywood is maneuvering two parallel tracks as it navigates the Internet.

Peer to Peer Technology Enters the Mainstream

Long despised by mainstream music and entertainment companies for fostering content piracy on the Internet, peer-to-peer (P2P) technology has emerged over the past few years as a legitimate and efficient transport mechanism for distributing video content, according to our latest report in the New Video Dynamics series, Peer-to-Peer Technology Enters the Mainstream. Although P2P's prospects as a viable form of content distribution were marred at the beginning of the millennium due to its use for rampant, unauthorized file-swapping, a crop of new P2P companies has emerged over the past several years that offer or seek to offer legitimate online video services using the versatile protocols and platforms made possible by P2P, according to the report.

New Video Dynamics: Videoconferencing, Video Messaging and Lifecasting

Video telephony, long a dream of futurists and science fiction writers, remained elusively out-of-reach until the late-1990s. Over thirty years passed between the time AT&T debuted its Picturephone at the 1964 World's Fair and the first true viable mass-market video communications platforms enabled true consumer video communications.

Now, however, consumers have dozens of differentiated choices for engaging in video communications via the Internet and mobile platforms, and the field of video telephony-like platforms grows more crowded each day. We are therefore pleased to announce the release of our latest New Video Dynamics report, Videoconferencing, Video Messaging and Lifecasting. This comprehensive report deliver profiles of 25 different web and mobile-based video communications services, which range from simple IM-based one-to-one personal video tools to full-fledged one-to-one and one-to-many videoconferencing platforms to mobile services that turn handsets into personal video communications devices.

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