TV 2.0 is an opportunity for telcos to be at the heart of content delivery


In the last decade, distribution of linear video content has been one of the key drivers for broadband service upgrades. During this period, IPTV became a significant player in the TV broadcast field, and it will only become more important as the video experience reinvents itself. TV 2.0 will be an even bigger driver for next-generation access than TV 1.0 was for legacy broadband, and indeed will thrive over such a platform, as will the promised added revenues that it enables.

In our report TV 2.0 is an opportunity for telcos to be at the heart of content delivery, Benoît Felten explores how a state of the art access platform and a well designed content strategy can hand back significant opportunity to access and service providers in this space.

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In the last decade, distribution of linear video content has been one of the key drivers for broadband service upgrades. During this period, IPTV became a significant player in the TV broadcast field, and it will only become more important as the video experience reinvents itself. TV 2.0 will be an even bigger driver for next-generation access than TV 1.0 was for legacy broadband, and indeed will thrive over such a platform, as will the promised added revenues that it enables. (4 pages)