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Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil
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Network Culture And Infrastructure In Brazil

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Gilson Schwartz ARNIC Seminar Jan20 2009 …

Gilson Schwartz ARNIC Seminar Jan20 2009

A conversation about the recent history of telecom+digital inclusion in Brazil, focusing on related public policy issues in education and culture; social welfare; business practices; and industrial policies.

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  • 1. Network Culture and Infrastructure in Brazil Gilson Schwartz Annenberg Research Park Colloquium January, 20, 2009
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  • 3. Brazil – Rank 65, DOI = 0,48
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  • 5. (*) (*) Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)
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  • 7. ANATEL’s Broadband Forecast Broadband Quality Score
  • 8. <ul><li>- 8,6 million connections (out of Pop. 192 million) </li></ul><ul><li>up to 512 kbps – 45%, up to 1 Mbps – 21%, > 1 Mbps – 7% </li></ul>Underserving Broadband
  • 9. ITU Global View <ul><li>http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/connect/gblview/ </li></ul>
  • 10. Mass Media X Telecom in Brazil 2006 Faturamento do setor de comunicações em 2006 por mídia (R$ milhões) Mass Communication: R$ 17 billion Telecom: R$ 120 billion
  • 11. <ul><li>Revenues, 2006 (R$ million) by Channel </li></ul>
  • 12. Major TV Networks
  • 13. Broadcasting TV – Property Structure
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  • 15. Cellphone Penetration – Anatel Forecasts
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  • 18. Telecenters: Alternative? <ul><li>5,100 points reported (ONID): http://mapa.onid.org.br/ </li></ul><ul><li>16,722 points reported, 108 digital inclusion initiatives (MCT): http://marula.ibict.br/inclusao/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=834&Itemid=25 </li></ul><ul><li>Disintegrated public policy: http://www.inclusaodigital.gov.br/inclusao/ </li></ul>
  • 19. Informational and Cultural Apartheid in Brazil 2005                                   76 Open TV commercial broadcasting 3004 Internet cafes 4967 TV Generation 5329 Subsciption based cable TV 2710 FM Radios 4355 AM Radios 3843 Bookstores 2518 Stores (CDs, DVDs) 1251 Vídeorentals 5061 Cinemas 4403 THEATERS CITIES WITHOUT EQUIPMENT

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