Mobile Movies: the Market for Short Videos on Small Screens



Table of Contents

Published Q3, 2003. 111 pages. 24 tables & figures.

1 Executive Summary
1.1 Opportunities
1.2 Obstacles
1.3 Competitive Strategies
1.4 Key Conclusions

2 Overview: Wireless Short Video Opportunities

3 Wireless Short Video Applications & Markets
3.1 From short messaging to short video
3.2 Lessons of Internet music
3.3 Mobile: nomadic, and stationary applications
3.4 Short subjects of stature
3.5 Status and prospects for short video

4 Wireless Segments for Short Video
4.1 Mobile phone
4.1.1 Asian mobile video experience: Japan:
4.1.2 Asian mobile video experience: Korea
4.2 Wi-Fi hotspots
4.3 Proximity services
4.3.1 Infrared
4.3.2 Bluetooth
4.3.3 Ultra wideband (UWB)

5 Wireless Short Video Solutions: the Components
5.1 Devices
5.2 Client software
5.3 Infrastructure
5.4 Video production & translation

6 Wireless Short Video Challenges
6.1 Video standards
6.2 Video databases and search engines
6.3 Digital rights management (DRM)
6.4 Balancing network capacity & multimedia content
6.5 Structure of the wireless industry

7 Wireless Short Video Business Models
7.1 Free and introductory services
7.2 Advertising-driven services
7.3 Subscription-based services
7.4 Usage-based services
7.5 Revenue sharing

8 Vendor Profiles
8.1 Operators
8.1.1 Hutchison 3
8.1.2 Inspired Broadcast Networks
8.1.3 J-Phone
8.1.4 KDDI Corp.
8.1.5 Nextwave Telecom
8.1.6 SK Telecom
8.1.7 Skyway Communications (formerly I-Teleco.com)
8.1.8 TeliaSonera |
8.1.9 T-Mobile
8.1.10 Westel Mobile Ltd.
8.1.11 XONE Pty Ltd.
8.2 Content providers
8.2.1 Big Digit
8.2.2 Forbes.com
8.2.3 GoConnect
8.2.4 iFilm
8.2.5 IndustryView.com
8.2.6 Kanakaris Wireless
8.2.7 Kazaa
8.2.8 Moviso
8.3 Infrastructure & media players
8.3.1 ActiveSky
8.3.2 Codeonline
8.3.3 Emblaze Systems (formerly GEO Interactive Media Group)
8.3.4 Ericsson
8.3.5 Intec Telecom Systems
8.3.6 Packet Video
8.3.7 RealNetworks
8.3.8 Thin Multimedia, Inc.
8.3.9 WideRay
8.3.10 Wireless Multimedia Solutions, Inc.
8.4 Devices
8.4.1 Archos
8.4.2 Logitech Mobile Video
8.4.3 Microsoft
8.4.4 Motorola
8.4.5 NEC
8.4.6 Nokia
8.4.7 Palm, Inc.
8.4.8 Samsung
8.4.9 Symbian
8.4.10 Tapwave
8.5 Wireless solutions
8.5.1 Atheros Communications
8.5.2 Qualcomm
8.5.3 XtremeSpectrum
8.6 Rich media applications
8.6.1 Webshots.com
8.7 Video database & search tools
8.7.1 EarthCam
8.7.2 RazorPop
8.7.3 SingingFish.com
8.8 Other products & services
8.8.1 Cybird
8.8.2 Digital Fountain
8.8.3 Ensigma
8.8.4 Hiwire
8.8.5 Ideaworks3D
8.8.6 Mobile Entertainment Forum (MEF)
8.8.7 Nextreaming
8.8.8 On2 Technologies
8.8.9 Pedagog
8.8.10 SnapStream Media
8.8.11 UIEvolution

9 About The Authors

Figures

  • Figure 1, Global mobile/nomadic video user forecast, 2003-2007
  • Figure 2, Mobile video user forecast, Asia, 2003-2007 (millions users)
  • Figure 3, Mobile video user forecast, Americas, 2003-2007 (millions users)
  • Figure 4, Mobile video user forecast, Europe, 2003-2007 (millions users)
  • Figure 5, Mobile video user forecast, Rest of World, 2003-2007 (millions)
  • Figure 6, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO subscriber growth in Korea, Dec 2002 – May 2003, in thousands
  • Figure 7, Average revenue per user per month derived from data services (in thousands of Korean WON)

Tables

  • Table 1, Six mobile video applications to watch
  • Table 2, Select mobile/nomadic video business opportunities
  • Table 3, Number of users of various computing and communications technologies worldwide
  • Table 4, Potentially significant wireless short video applications
  • Table 5, A sampler of short video archives (non-adult)
  • Table 6, Comparison of motion graphics, animation, and video transmission requirements
  • Table 7, Professional- versus user-created video
  • Table 8, Leading mobile phone video categories: Stay Tuned & See What I See
  • Table 9, Comparison of mobile air interfaces for video
  • Table 10, SK Telecom’s JUNE has 1,900 offerings in 9 fields
  • Table 11, KTF’s FIMM has 3,600 offerings in 9 categories
  • Table 12, Comparison of Wi-Fi hotspots and 3G cellular networks
  • Table 13, Leading Wi-Fi Hotspot video categories: Video Library and Video Rendezvous
  • Table 14, Leading proximity service video categories: On Location and Rent-a-Peripheral
  • Table 15, RealNetworks’ video specifications (general mobile use)
  • Table 16, RealNetworks’ video specifications (Pocket PC)
  • Table 17, Webshots’ operator and handset support


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