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Television Goes Digital


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The Changing Television Business.- Introduction: The Digital Evolution of Television.- TV or Not TV: Where Video Is Going.- The New Screen for Video.- The End of Advertising As We Know It.- From the Marketers' Perspective: The Interactive Media Situation in Japan.- Technology: Content Creation and Distribution.- Adopting Mobile TV: Technologies Seeking Consumers Seeking Content and Cool.- Television Via Satellite.- Creation and Distribution of 4 K Content.- Content.- Is TV Dead? Consumer Behavior in the Digital TV Environment and Beyond.- Video on the Internet: The Content Question.- YouTube Changes Everything: The Online Video Revolution.- Digital Archiving in the Entertainment and Professional Media Market.- Content.- Spectrum Policy and the Public Interest.- Cognitive Radios in Television White Spaces.- Digital Rights and Digital Television.

About the Author

Darcy Gerbarg has been a Senior Fellow at the Columbia Institute for Tele Information (CITI), Columbia University Business School since 1997 and presently teaches Digital Television at New York University. She also serves as Vice President of Business Development for CineGrid, Inc., a research organization, and she is a past Executive Director of the Marconi Society, Inc.; both public not-for-profit corporations. Prior to that she held research positions at Courant Institute for Mathematical Sciences, New York University and the Computer Graphics Lab at New York Institute of Technology. She has been an adjunct faculty member at the Interactive Telecommunications Graduate Program and the Film and Television Departments at New York University and the State University of New York at Stony Brook. A pioneer in computer art, she started and directed the graduate program in Computer Art and the Computer Institute for the Arts at the School of Visual Arts, and was Chairman of the first Computer Art Shows for the Special Interest Group in Graphics (SIGGRAPH) of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). She has lectured, organized, and conducted panels, workshops and presentations internationally for industries, companies and universities. Conferences she has organized for CITI include The Future of Digital TV and Venture Capital in New Media. Her edited publications include The Economics, Technology and Content of Digital TV (Kluwer, 1999), Internet TV (Lawrence Erlbaum, 2003), and The Marconi Century (Guglielmo Marconi International Fellowship Society, New York, 2004/5).

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