Predictions for 2011

Timing finally right for Net Neutrality rules...and accusations

Location:
Federal Communications Commission, 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC, 20554, United States
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With at least two allegations of Net Neutrality violations in the news in recent weeks, it is quite possible that such accusations could become one of this year’s big trends.

Crowell says network neutrality may fade before potential veto comes up

Location:
Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill -- Valley Forge Room, 400 New Jersey Avenue, NW, Washington, DC, 20001, United States
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2

Colin Crowell, formerly the senior counselor to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski, suggested President Obama may not face enormous political pressure to sign a bill halting network neutrality rules.

Retransmission tops TV's Biggest Business Issues

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Welcome to the future — here's a look at the top ten broadcast TV business stories that will grab the spotlight in 2011.

Deloitte Boldly Projects 2011 TV Landscape Will Look Like… 2001

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If the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show left the impression that TV as we know it is on the cusp of radical reinvention, the folks at research firm Deloitte aren't buying the hype. Its media forecast for 2011 sees the medium staying largely the same as it’s always been: a hugely dominant force, with no big changes hitting anytime soon.

Three Potential Telecom "Black Swans" for 2011

Location:
Federal Communications Commission, 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC, 20554, United States
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Here's three highly unlikely events that could have huge impact in 2011.

What Washington Has In Store For Broadcasters in 2011

Location:
Federal Communications Commission, 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC, 20554, United States
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1

This year, like many in the recent past, Washington will consider issues that could fundamentally affect the broadcast industry -- for both radio and TV, and affecting the growing online presence of broadcasters.

2011: The Future of Consolidation In The Online Video Industry

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In this season of reflection and predictions, the online video industry continues to be a trending topic. Among the top digital media stories in recent weeks have been news of multiple mergers between leading video ad networks -- and speculation of additional tie-ups to come. In 2011, expect to see consolidation among video content companies, especially among destination sites that attract meaningful audiences by focusing on a specific content category. The focus on building out vertical content offerings in online video will mirror what we've seen in the cable TV industry over the past several years.

An Ex-Regulator's Predictions for 2011

Location:
Federal Communications Commission, 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC, 20554, United States
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3

Gottlieb, former chief counsel of the Federal Communications Commission, shares his predictions for issues to watch 2011.

The Year Ahead for Media: Digital or Die

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An onslaught of digital technologies has laid waste to traditional media. The new year will bring a clearer picture of what will emerge from the rubble.

The Great Mashup of 2011

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Here's some likely developments in media we're likely to be talking about in 2011.

After Two Slow Years, an Industry Rebound Begins

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Television advertising, through integrated-brand campaigns or other methods, has been one of the bright spots as the advertising industry begins to recover from the devastating effects of the recession and marketers experiment with a variety of new ways to reach the audience.

Internet Marketing Predictions for 2011

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Some predictions from Gartner.

Four technologies for faster broadband in 2011

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A number of different technologies are being developed or improved to offer higher speeds for fixed and mobile broadband networks, as operators are preparing to compete with each other and carry video traffic in 3D and at higher resolutions, which is expected to happen in the coming year.