Selling Entertainment Online: The Future (WebWednesday Hong Kong)

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The PDF from my presentation on The Future of Entertainment Online, Web Wednesday Hong Kong, May 4, 2011, see http://gerd.fm/ksXAxK and http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23wwv47

The PDF from my presentation on The Future of Entertainment Online, Web Wednesday Hong Kong, May 4, 2011, see http://gerd.fm/ksXAxK and http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23wwv47

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  • 1. @gleonhard @futuresagency
  • 2. Source: TBWA via Slideshare
  • 3. Hat tip to Kevin Kelly
  • 4. Aggregation Fragmentationcuration
  • 5. Urban China has the largest percent of users who watch online video via their PCs, at 97 percent, with the U.S. following at 81 percent.
  • 6. Source: Monty.de
  • 7. Source: Trendspotting.com
  • 8. Image via Flickr.com/rubicon
  • 9. Source: CEO of Macmillan UK, paidcontent.org
  • 10. Enforcing control when attraction, trust andengagement is crucial will not generate new income
  • 11. Source: my own darn iPad
  • 12. Image: Flickr.com
  • 13. http://arstechnica.com/media/news/2011/03/music-industry-will-force-licenses-on-amazon-cloud-playeror-else.ars
  • 14. Content i.e. Artists Advertisers Labels, Publishers DeviceTelcos & MakersOperators Social Networks
  • 15. Image licensed from sevensheaven.nl
  • 16. Image via Flickr.com/funcheye
  • 17. Text
  • 18. Timely & Likable Better service: contextual fluid, clean, safe and easyFair and Betterattractive interfacepricing * Better Social and inter- tools connected
  • 19. Source: Kevin Kelly kk.org
  • 20. China’s advertising market is forecast to grow by 16% in 2011, 4x the global average. Current trends suggest it will overtake the U.S. market in the mid-2020s
  • 21. Source: http://venturebeat.com/2011/04/07/how-html5-will-kill-the-native-app/