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Download study : http://www.forum-avignon.org/sites/default/files/editeur/Bain_Avignon_2011_US.pdf …
Download study : http://www.forum-avignon.org/sites/default/files/editeur/Bain_Avignon_2011_US.pdf
Culture, screens and connected devices! – 5 countries on 3 continents analysed – by Bain & Cie
For the 2011 edition of the Forum d’Avignon, the consulting firm Bain & Cie realized an exclusive study on connected services and devices aiming at estimating the consequences of the announced revolution: will those be at the origin of a new reinvented cultural experience?
To answer this question, Bain & Cie launched an international survey on 3 continents and 5 countries: Europe (France, UK), America (USA) and Asia (urban India and urban China). By 2015, as connected TV is foreseen as a true revolution, the survey concludes on the increased competitiveness between the various types of screens, which will all be connected to each other in the future. But the trends are already visible, well ahead of the development of connected TV screens, notably in countries such as France where internet providers already offer, thanks to theirs “boxes” a full range of services and on-demand video. It is therefore without any surprise, that we can witness a relatively low willingness in France to access new services offered by connected TV, given their similarities to the ones already available. On the other hand, in urban India and in China, expectations are particularly high and the development of such services should go hand in hand with the increase of the time devoted to culture every day.