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Global Media and Communications Quarterly, The Future of Television

10 May 2012

GMC Quarterly

Global Media and Communications Quarterly, The Future of Television contains:

  • On the Origin of Species – Is the future of TV Darwinism in extremis?
  • “Second Screens” unlock new business models
  • Connected TV: A challenge for market players and regulators
  • Congress green lights incentive auditions; but will they ever happen?
  • “TV Everywhere” key to cable operator strategy
  • Zeroing in on the U.S. digital one‑ders: incentive auctions, cable digitization, and basic tier encryption
  • Privacy a major challenge for mobile video
  • EU and U.S. privacy proposals converge on principles, diverge on method
  • Global reform trends of broadcasting regulation
  • Murphy case continues to haunt TV licensing models
  • German Court: online video recorders infringe broadcasters’ rights
  • Copyright protection of TV characters in Germany
  • Court clarifies rules on cross-media mergers
  • Russian Authors’ Society establishes royalty collection rules for television
  • Hollywood in Belgium – Hogan Lovells panel brings Belgium filmmakers to the Berlin Film Festival


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