Apple accounts for the majority of sales by far, despite offering relatively narrow content access – this is not (yet) a market being driven by the value proposition of a streaming TV experience. These devices today are predominantly sold in retail stores to users who seek a convenient, compact device to find and display OTT video (subscription or free) to their television screen. The report breaks out market share and sales numbers for tablets, phones, smart TVs, set-top-boxes, game consoles and IP streaming devices, based on region of the world, with projections for the next few years. Also, while many research analysts at other firms won’t talk to someone unless they are a customer of that firm, I have and always will talk to any company who is interested in getting more details on any aspect of our reports, so email me or call anytime. The report breaks out game consoles, smart tv’s, tablets, phones and set-top boxes seperately. Just plug my android phone into tv via hdmi and I’m good no need to buy another device. As to your question of what percent of the total device market these boxes make up, it’s less than 1%, if you include phones, tablets,TVs, STBs, etc.
Daily posts by Dan Rayburn about the online video industry, business trends & analysis, market data & research as well as the online video business models in the media & entertainment, broadcast, advertising & enterprise industries. The views expressed by Dan Rayburn are his own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Information Today, Inc. The materials will be interactive, employing more game-like learning devices and scaffolding (i.e. Do you see why -- if and when such an organization is developed and begins delivering this type of engaging, interactive content -- that one person doesn't stand a chance of competing by himself or herself? The learning modules will strive to be relevant to real-world problems and issues, even moreso that what is typically practiced.
The students will be able to customize their interfaces to see only what they want to see -- and they will be able to build their own learning ecosystems. The major publishing companies already have such teams, access to world-famous SME's, and have already developed materials along the lines of what I'm proposing here.
For professors and teachers -- be good to your local instructional technologists, designers, programmers, etc.! For instructional designers, programmers, and for the other team members as listed above -- get you gear, you'll be going into action more and more. For urban students, for inner-city students, and for students throughout the world -- Be encouraged, the great leveler is coming! Will our faculty members be forced to "get into business for themselves" and branch off to create and offer their own courses throughout the world?
Creating an online course is expensive and time-consuming -- for the first time it is offered.
It is more work to offer for the professor or teacher at times due to technology-related hurdles, headaches, and learning curves (at least for first-time students and staff). With those things said, online-based tools offer a great deal of convenience, accessibility, and efficiency. Online learning provides a convenience that students continue to want -- the growth has not plateaued yet. Online learning will provide end-user control and the students will be able to select the items that help them learn the best. Let's reallocate funds towards course development, and then let's leverage those learning materials throughout the world! Over 70% of incoming college freshmen and their families are considering BIG changes in their college plans due to the current economic climate. Your online identity is your online resume, your online portfolio, your online reputation; this is what can land you a job. The for-profit university is the logical end of a shift from a model of education centered in an individual professor who delivers insight and inspiration to a model that begins and ends with the imperative to deliver the information and skills necessary to gain employment. The New York Times published an article today saying that college tuition may be out of reach for most Americans. Concern over the rising cost of college is nothing new, but it's taking an interesting turn. Students, meanwhile, will likely turn in increasing numbers to the for-profit universities that are aggressively moving into the market by offering convenient, no-frills degree programs over the Web. The proportion of Americans who view a higher education as being necessary to succeed economically has risen sharply this decade, but the percentage who believe that the vast majority of people who are qualified for college have the opportunity to go has dwindled over the same period, according to survey findings scheduled for release today. The University of the People promises to open the gates of higher education to anyone in the world interested in attending college. Graduates will be forced to work for free for the first time in a generation as firms axe jobs, employers warned today.
In years past, there were no market pressures on tuition; families strove to buy the best education for their children that they could afford because they realized that an elite college might open more doors than one less esteemed (at the Cornell Club, indeed, a doorman opens the front door for visitors). Because its owners and editors are trapped, like traditional academic journals are trapped, in a business model (based on an obsolete print paradigm) which dictates that costs be recovered at the point of distribution--something possible only through restricting access. Because of that fact, change makers will route around the Chronicle of Higher Education, just as students are bound to route around institutions of higher education, once they realize that it is both easier and more productive to do so. The structural challenges we face are far more complex than (tuition+research+endowment)-(salaries+facilities).
Future generations of learners will no doubt look back at the global economic crisis of 2008-9 and reflect on which institutions were agile enough to make a difference by bringing the wisdom of their scholars together with the acumen of their technology officers and the ingenuity and determination of their university leaders. Signs of a Significant Disruption in the Traditional Textbook Model -- from The Journal, by Geoffrey H. Thomas Friedman wrote a column in the December 18, 2008 issue of the New York Times in which he gave advice to the car companies. NU and other research universities -- where the emphasis is not on teaching but on research, being published, etc.
But this almost scam-like situation that I'm reflecting upon may be another reason why online learning-- created by a team of experts -- will blow away NU's current way of doing business. If I were Morton Schapiro, the incoming president of NU, I would be at least a bit suspect of the changing dynamics in higher education.
The dirty secret of higher education is that without underpaid graduate students to help in laboratories and with teaching, universities couldn’t conduct research or even instruct their growing undergraduate populations.
The term education is no longer bound by the traditional concepts that shackled it for so long - we don’t have to rely on the traditional methods of information access and content delivery that formed our staple learning diet all these years. After already announcing plans to deal with the economic crisis, three of the nation's wealthiest universities are employing new strategies.
I don't know much about WizIQ or its offerings, but from the looks of the bullet points (see below), we in higher education better fasten our seatbelts. Though often considered counter-cyclical, the higher education sector has been deeply and broadly affected by the financial crisis. The worst recession since the Great Depression is sending the unemployed streaming back to school, and Florida's community colleges are at the breaking point, officials told the state board of education Monday. I believe Higher Education -- as an industry -- must be able to reinvent itself, or at the least, adapt as the world changes. This is one of my biggest fears about the future for educators in K-12 and at the collegiate level. YouTube has just released a new sub-site called YouTube EDU, aggregating thousands of free lectures from over a hundred universities across the country, including MIT, Yale, Harvard, Stanford, and oh-so-many more. CampusBuddy Connects Students and Universities Through Social Media --- from Mashable! With its lingering debt problems resolved for now, Blockbuster is pinning some of its hopes on a digital future.


Here's the pitch: "Can you really GO TO COLLEGE for LESS THAN the cost of your monthly CELL PHONE BILL?
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Welcome to the other crisis spreading quietly across the country: the crisis of college affordability. In case you missed it, see my above posting on this outrageous -- almost SCAM-LIKE -- situation!
Any media that is mismatched to the needs and interests of the market it wishes to serve has a dim future.
For college-bound students, it's time to make decisions — and to navigate a transformed landscape where acceptances and wait-list status might have different implications than they did just a year ago. Just so we're on same page, the anti-trump protestors over the last 24 hours > any incidents at trump rallies ever, combined. When it comes to delivering online video, content owners continue to need more services than just pushing bits across a network. The question I often get asked is who’s in the transcoding market and what segments of the market are they going after? While transcoding is a small market today, it’s only going to grow larger as more content owners place more videos online, in more formats, for more devices.
While transcoding is not a service you hear many people talking about in the industry, it is a topic that you hear raised quite often when speaking to a large number of customers. Encoding has always been a tricky business- how many encoding shops have we seen come and go? I like the concept of the 90watt super efficient encoding box- but it needs to support watermarking for audio.
The real trouble is distribution- each digital service provider (media store) has different metadata and delivery requirements- so far I’ve only seen distribution solved by service providers.
You do point out in your article that the slide may leave a few vendors out of some of these categories.
This is a technology game and the ones to provide a good solution, may have a significant advantage in the market. Does 1.7 billion at 2014 relate to all encoding solutions (iptv, cellular, live encoding, satellite etc.) or just to a few of them?
It’s color chart making it easy to compare basic specs for 12 streaming media devices and content platforms.
Today, at the broadband device pavilion on the exhibit floor of the Streaming Media East show, we released our latest chart that compares all of the dedicated streaming media boxes in the market and lists which content platforms are available for each box.
Our report details sales numbers showing that Apple owned 56% of the streaming devices market in 2012, with Roku coming in second at 21% of the market. Up until 2012 the market has struggled to find mainstream momentum; even today, we believe only two vendors (Apple and Roku) have crossed the 1M unit mark in annual shipments. Devices based on the Google TV platform have seen very little commercial success so far, with our estimates of less than 1M total installed devices, of which the discontinued Logitech Revue accounts for the lion’s share. Copies of the report are available to any customer who has a subscription to Frost’s Digital Media research service and anyone interested in getting a subscription can contact me for more details. Readers of this blog are free to use the contents of this blog in any way whatsoever, as long as the use is non-commercial in nature. Corporations will support this organization because it serves their interests as well -- i.e. Materials created by the teams of specialists (as described above) will be ONE of their potential sources of learning. This new study, which includes regional breakouts, puts hard figures to what has been speculation on the part of colleges, students and government officials over the past few months.
Nearly half of the families participating in the study say they will definitely modify their children's college plans and another 26% are in a state of flux because of the uncertainty surrounding the economy. Question from our silo of the world, where will colleges and universities fit into this puzzle?
Most of the attention given to college costs focuses on the sticker price, but few students ever pony up that much. Whether in the US, China, or in countries in between, graduates from even marquee-name schools are feeling the crunch, prompting many rightly to rethink the value of their education". We believe that education at a very minimal cost is a basic right for all suitable applicants, not just for a privileged few. London is facing the sharpest cuts in graduate vacancies amid signs that university leavers are already abandoning the capital in search of work elsewhere. Of course the Chronicle of Higher Education, that flagship for issues affecting colleges and universities, reported on it.
If you think things will simply go back to the way they were once the economy recovers in a year or two, think again.
Friedman was saying that the car companies were giving the public what they wanted, but that was their problem.
Our professors know their students by name and they strive to be the best teachers as possible. Thanks to the Internet and associated technology, there have been rapid advances in the way we access and assimilate information.
As endowments continue to lose value and economic outlooks grow ever bleaker, some of the nation’s wealthiest universities are calling for greater sacrifices than they were just a few months ago.
In fact, if you combine this type of offering with 1:1 learning mechanisms, you have a potent learning platform.
To help make sense of this complex crisis and its impact on colleges and universities, Eduventures conducted interviews with some of higher education’s leading thinkers to learn from their experiences and about their plans for the future. As an industry (and not addressing the value of a Christian-based education), we sell peer-reviewed information. If you do, the institutions and organizations that you lead will be obsolete and irrelevant within a generation. Will we face an uphill battle of keeping our students' interests if we don't change our game? The struggling video rental chain will announce a partnership with TiVo on Wednesday to deliver Blockbuster’s digital movie library over the Internet directly to the televisions of people with TiVo digital video recorders.
Execs who, once again, over the last 10 years greatly underestimated the disruptive power of technology. We can't say that this is true in ALL cases -- hey, you might have a GREAT cell phone plan. Talk to enough students and families on a college campus like the University of Michigan, where I'm a student, and you'll hear plenty of stories like Bobby Stapleton's -- of families scraping by in increasingly tough times as tuition bills rise, of students working second and third jobs, of newly minted graduates staggering into an ever more jobless world under the weight of tens of thousands of dollars in student-loan debt. The multi-perspective (in theory at least…it depends on whether or not we avail ourselves to opinions contrary from our own) personalized, social online world is one that newspapers cannot duplicate in print form.
Decision letters being sent out this week reflect the worries of administrators, who fear admitted applicants may hesitate to commit in this climate of economic uncertainty. With cheaper prices and faster availability, online sales and streaming services are poised to eclipse the physical market altogether before long.
The real struggle moving forward is trying to solve the entire ecosystem of video creation, ingestion, transcoding, management, storage, distribution and tracking. In a recent conversation I had with Ripcode, they shared with me one of their slides that breaks out the different vendors in the market and the segments or verticals each vendor is going after. Over time, transcoding is going to become a mainstay functionality of the CDNs and we are already beginning to see more content delivery networks think about the ecosystem for video, including transcoding.


Over time, transcoding should become a technology that is built into the network layer of content delivery and hopefully will be seen less as a stand-alone product offering. The slide is breaking out transcoding based hardware and software vendors, not vendors who provide outsourced encoding services. Roku is the second largest vendor in this space and is driving growth through a strong lineup of content as well as through a series of agreements with Pay TV vendors such as Time Warner Cable. Aside from Apple and Roku, TiVo offers the next strongest installed base of users, making them a strategic option for Pay TV service providers looking to establish an IP streaming device partnership. Google remains committed to competing in this space, however, and a bunch of new devices with Google TV have launched in recent months, joining Vizio’s C0-Star device, including the Hisense Pulse, Asus Qube and NeoTV Prime. Creating a mirror site for this blog is prohibited, please link to official blog site instead.
Adding to their anxiety is an overall frustration in understanding the complexities of the financial aid system, the study showed.
And since there are no publicly available measures of learning results, there’s no way to know if Phoenix courses and others like them are better or worse than those offered by traditional institutions. As that limit approaches, colleges will either embrace the need to compete on quality and use technology to enhance productivity, or they’ll find themselves diminished in a way that leaves students, scholarship, and society at large all the poorer.
But only 29 percent of respondents to the most-recent poll said qualified students have the opportunity to go to college, down from 45 percent in 2000. The University of the People is based on the premise that education is crucial to the advancement of individuals and of society at large. The United States, he said, is no longer the leader in providing degrees for its population, and the parts of the population that are growing most rapidly are traditionally the most underrepresented in college.
How we produce, organize, and distribute open education resources is at the heart of the future of education around the world. What was earlier available only at a premium cost is now open to all at no cost at all, what was earlier limited to the heavy, printed and bound version is now digitized and easier to access. In recent weeks, administrators at Stanford, Harvard and Cornell universities have laid out financial assessments that will require budget reductions, layoffs and increased borrowing. We spoke with provosts, chief development officers, enrollment management executives, and presidents. However, much of this information is now free or soon will be if the current trends continue. At the prices they are paying, they shouldn't and they won't (as time goes by and they gain more power and control over their learning). Folks who didn't grow up with technology, have not taken courses in it, don't use it much themselves, or those who don't believe in its power are the ones to likely make such strategic errors. And if you take the courses offered by StraighterLine -- in composition, economics, algebra, pre-calculus, and accounting -- you don't need to worry that the company isn't itself a college. In a presentation a few weeks ago, I argued that universities face a similar challenge of relevance. But just as important are joint teaching and research projects that dramatically intensify the flow of data to points halfway around the world. Private colleges especially are preparing for lower than normal matriculation rates by accepting more applicants, expanding wait lists and bolstering efforts to woo admitted students, says the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. The Wall Street Journal has shared data from the Digital Entertainment Group that shows just how far Americans have moved from buying physical copies of their movies. Not to mention all of the other sub-categories of management like authentication, meta data, business rules, etc. While I am sure there are a few more vendors that could be listed, especially for mobile transcoding, the slide does a good job of capturing who’s in the market today and what they are focusing on. In addition, some content owners have the ability and resources to do their own transcoding and for some, it makes sense to keep it in-house. While there are varying definitions of IPTV (some closer to Internet TV), we have deployed solutions meeting even the fairly strict definitions (e.g. Before launching INFOdocket, Price and Shirl Kennedy were the founders and senior editors at ResourceShelf and DocuTicker for 10 years. While Cornell's tuition equaled 28 percent of median family income in 1980, it was 57 percent in 2007, and it will increase next year. To the broad array of stakeholders who need to think through the problems and discuss proposed solutions to higher education? His point was that companies that are too market-driven are in danger; they need to show customers the possibilities because often customers don't know what they don't know until they see other options. These measures go beyond earlier plans to deal with the economic downturn, suggesting the first steps were deemed insufficient to address a problem that has grown in scale. We talked to representatives of for-profit and non-profit, two-year and four-year, public and private, large and small institutions. StraighterLine has partnerships with five colleges that will award credit for the courses [emphasis DSC]. Historically, such data flows have required the physical transportation of people or storage media from place to place.
According to the data, digital movie sales are up 47% from 2012, which makes them the fastest-growing category in home entertainment revenue. The transcoding solutions on the market today are a lot cheaper and more efficient than they were three or four years ago and provide the ability to turn around videos very quickly for content owners who have the internal manpower. H.264 in Transport Streams for delivery over a closed, controlled network to set-top boxes). It is important to note that while current growth rates are high, the total installed base of $99 streaming boxes is quite low. These two factors, new ways to create and keep creating knowledge, and over-the-top prices, have led to the stirrings of a revolution in how students have access to textbooks. We asked about leadership, priorities, and the role of higher education in an economic crisis. Dramatic improvements in networking technology, however, are changing academic leaders' perceptions of the kinds of collaborations that are possible [emphasis DSC]. The Chronicle of Higher Education kept Gee's remarks safely quarantined behind its pay-to-play subscription gate. Also, that doesn't mean I can remember most things that they taught me, even though I did very well there.
This paper weaves some of the most insightful comments from our interviews into a 2009 timeline for university leaders and can serve as a reference and planning document as this highly anticipated year unfolds. The most ambitious forms of network cooperation test the capabilities of the global cyberinfrastructure, with bits crossing campus, regional, national, and international networks. Mismatching form and function (between university and society) calls into question the future of universities, not society. Each involves a different set of actors, challenging us to develop new policies and governance structures that respond to the concerns of each level, as well as a truly global perspective that is not yet effectively captured. Our national policy community must step into this void, helping demonstrate the range of possibilities and the choices we face, while respecting and reflecting that people in other countries will likely perceive matters differently from us.



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