Already, entertainment video accounts for almost 2/3 of evening Internet traffic. Many firms have not yet thought through all the implications for the media and infrastructure industries. The State of Telecom conference discussed these implications and policy issues.
Hamadoun Toure, Secretary General of the ITU, was the keynote speaker at this year's State of Telecom. The event also featured Paul Mitchell, Director of Microsoft TV, Senator Stephen Conroy, former Minister for Broadband (Australia), and others.
CITI Director of Business Strategy Research was interviewed on the topic of green technology in wireless transmission devices. A copy of the interview will be available shortly.
CITI is launching a consortium on the topic of the next generation of video affects on broadcast and telecommunications networks, as well as policy and technology issues that will exist.
CITI is releasing a 3rd edition of Broadband in America. CITI anticipates release of this report by the end of 2013.
International Media Management Academic Association Meeting
Colloque International Le Futur est-Il "e-media"?
State of Telecom 2013: Cloud TV
CITI announces that it has begun production on a new video interview series with technology and communications luminaries. High level individuals from government, industrial, and NGO sectors will join members of the CITI team to discuss topics of today and tomorrow. This project is being headed up by Howard Homonoff
CITI Director Raul Katz interviewed
CITI Director of Business Strategy Research Raul Katz was interviewed on the topic of green technology in wireless transmission devices. Video of the Interview will be made available.
CITI leading Research Project on International Media Ownership and Concentration
The study, forthcoming from Oxford University Press, analyzes media markets for 13 industries in 30 countries around the world. It provides cross-industry and global shares and ownership analysis.
CITI to Launch Consortium on the Next Generation of Video
CITI is launching a new industry, governmental, and academic consortium to study the next generation of online video and its business models, global economics, and policy issues. The project is being directed by Eli Noam
The Columbia Institute for Tele-Information is part of the Columbia Business School