Digital Terrestrial Transition Industry & Economics Analysed in New Discounted IDATE Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com19 Jul 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – What are the key standards and technologies used in DTT, mobile TV, digital radio and mobile broadband and the present and future trends? Following the ASO in Europe, what are the lessons learnt? What are the best practices and key milestones for a smooth transition? Is there any room for cooperation between the worlds of telecoms and TV in the spectrum split? Towards a Second Digital Dividend in EMEA? What investments and costs are necessary? Who is funding the transition? What role should Public-Private partnerships be playing?
New in-demand and discounted report "The Economics of the Digital Terrestrial Transition” provided by IDATE Consulting & Research offers answers to these and more pressing questions. It proposes an international benchmark for DTT rollout and Analogue Switch-Off (ASO) practices and also presents guidelines for the ASO. It addresses the issues and prospects of the (Second) Digital Dividend and details business models for the overall process of transition to digital, including three country cases in the low- to mid-GDP/pop range.
The Economics of the Digital Terrestrial Transition
Published: June, 2012
Price: US$ 4.200,00 3.360,00
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