With digital media becoming ever more prevalent, it is essential to study policy and marketing strategies tailored to this new development. In this volume, contributors examine government policy for a range of media, including digital television, IPTV, mobile TV, and OTT TV. They also address marketing strategies that can harness the unique nature of digital media's innovation, production design, and accessibility. They draw on case studies in Asia, North America, and Europe to offer best practices for both policy and marketing strategies.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Routledge Studies in New Media and Cyberculture Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Yu-li Liu is Professor of the Department of Radio and TV at National Chengchi University in Taiwan. She has published numerous books, including Multi-channel TV and Audience, Cable TV Management and Programming Strategy, Cable TV Programming and Policy in China, and Radio and TV, Telecommunications.
Robert G. Picard is Director of Research at the Reuters Institute, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford. He is the author and editor of 27 books and an academic expert on media economics and management and government communications policies.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Policy and Marketing Strategies for Digital and New Media Yu-li Liu and Robert G. Picard Part I: Policies Issues 1. Digital Television and Switchover Policies in Europe Petros Iosifidis 2. Digital Media Policy: "Television on the Internet: Challenges for Audiovisual Media Policy in a Converging Media Environment" Peggy Valcke and Jef Ausloos 3. Making TV accessible in the 21st century Peter Looms 4. Next Generation Television and the Migration From Channels to Platforms Robert Frieden 5. New Media Policy: The Redistribution of Voice Amit Schejter and Noam Tirosh Part II: Country Case Studies 6. Policy Implications from the Changing Market Environment including Convergence between Telecommunication Services and Broadcasting Services Yasu Taniwaki 7. Reconsider the Telecommunication and Media Regulatory Framework in Taiwan: Using the New Emerged Media as Examples Yu-li Liu 8. Japan’s Legislative Framework for Telecommunications: Evolution Toward Convergence of Communications and Broadcasting Yoko Nishioka and Minoru Sugaya 9. Inverse Intranet: The Exceptionalism of Digital Media Policies in China Miklos Sukosd 10. The Impact of Digital Convergence on the Regulation of New Media in Korea: Major Issues in New Media Policy Euisun Yoo and Hyangsun Lee 11. Fine-Tuning the Competition: The Case of Singapore’s Cross-Carriage Rule in Ending Content Exclusivity Mable Tan and Peng Hwa Ang Part III: Marketing Strategies 12. Digital Media and the Roots of Marketing Strategy Robert G. Picard 13. Digital Media, Electronic Commerce and Business Model Innovation Richard Gershon 14. Cross Media Marketing Strategies Bernd W. Wirtz, Philipp Nitzsche, Linda Mory 15. Marketing Communications with Networked Consumers and Negotiated Relationships Edward Malthouse and Don Schultz 16: Marketing Self-Branding Strategies for Social Presence in Digital Media Robert Pennington Part IV: Country Case Studies 17. Technology and Competition in U.S. Television: Online vs. Offline David Waterman and Ryland Sherman 18. Multi-Screen Services: User-Centric Marketing Strategies Dong-Hee Shin