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Title E-merging media : communication and the media economy of the future / [Axel Zerdick ... and others ; translator, Rupert Glasgow].
Imprint Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2005.

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Series European Communication Council report
European Communication Council report.
Subject Information technology -- Economic aspects -- Europe.
Telecommunication -- Economic aspects -- Europe.
Internet -- Economic aspects -- Europe.
Information technology -- Social aspects -- Europe.
Telecommunication -- Social aspects -- Europe.
Internet -- Social aspects -- Europe.
Multimedia communications -- Europe.
Multimedia systems -- Europe.
Alt Name Zerdick, Axel.
European Communication Council.
Uniform Title E-merging media. English.
Description 1 online resource (415 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 387-410) and index.
Note Translated from German with the same title.
Contents E-merging media: the future of communication / Valerie Feldmann, Axel Zerdick -- 1. CHANGING MEDIA: DIVERSIFICATION AND INDIVIDUALISATION -- Disintegration and reintegration in the media secotr: how business models are changing on account of digitalisation / Berthold Hass -- Media companies between multiple utilisation and individualisation: an analysis for static contents / Thomas Hess -- Multimedia and multidimensional: concepts of utilisation in the "age of digitalisation" / Hardy Dreier -- New technologies, new customers and the disruptive nature of the mobile Internet: evidence from the Japanese market / Jeffrey L. Funk -- Journalism in the face of developments in digital production / John Pavlik -- Spellbound by images / Siegfried Frey -- 2. CHANGING TECHNOLOGY: UBIQUITY AND MINIATURISATION -- Ubiquitous computing: scenarios from an informatised world / Friedemann Mattern -- Wireless Internet access: 3G vs. WiFi? / William Lehr, Lee W. McKnight -- That's what friends are for -- ambient intelligence (Aml) and the information society in 2010 / K. Ducatel [and others] -- Evolutionary perspectives / Klaus Schrape -- 3. CHANGING SOCIETY: INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE LIFE OPTIONS -- Virtual communities, space and mobility / Ilkka Tuomi -- Towards a sociological theory of the mobile phone / Hans Geser -- Mobile Europe: balancing a fast-changing society and Europe's socio-economic objectives / Martin Weber, Jean-Claude Burgelman -- The myth of the digital divide / Valerie Frissen -- The vanishing digital divide / Benjamin Compaine -- 4. CHANGING RULES: DEREGULATION AND REREGULATION -- Regulation and law / Ilkka Tuomi -- The history and current problems of intellectual property (1600-2000) / Hannes Siegrist -- Digital rights management: between author protection and the protection of innovation / Stefan Bechtold -- Does the Internet need a new competition policy? A global problem from a German point of view / Arnold Picot, Dominik K. Heger -- Towards an e-connected Europe / Stephen Coleman -- Regulation, media literacy and media civics / Roger Silverstone.
Summary After the very successful ECC-Book on "E-conomy" this new report of the European Communication Council (ECC) analyzes from various perspectives the profound societal and economical change of the media economy, initiated by digitalization and networking. Against the background of the current media history, it highlights for example the role of the Internet hype as a pathfinder in a modified media society. The key question is concerned with how the medial future will be like. The report examines effects and new perspectives in the area of economy, society, and politics. The aspects of behavior, business models, legal and regulation questions, self-conception of society and media economy are mooted by international authors to enhance the reader's understanding of the medial future and to disclose options for action.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 3540231382 (alk. paper)
9783540231387 (alk. paper)
9783540269526
3540269525
OCLC # 209862363
Additional Format Print version: E-merging media. English. E-merging media. Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2005 3540231382 9783540231387 (DLC) 2004113936 (OCoLC)59360486