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Video Presentation - Future Digital Content Experiences & Distribution

A project to explore the future of Digital Content. This short video outlines the main process our consultants TheAlloy for The Creative Industries KTN.  Interactive Version ...

How will we engage with film & cinema in the future

With the increase in non-linear narrative in television drama, film and the way in which user generated content is developed can we see a new form of audio/visual communication process being...

Senarios - Future Digital Content

Introduction The future we are exploring is 3-7 years away. The question we are asking is – How will people consume digital content, what experiences can be provided and how will it be...

Video Presentation - Future Digital Content

A project to explore the future of Digital Content. This short video outlines the main process our consultants TheAlloy for The Creative Industries KTN.  Interactive Version ...

Innovation in action: Interactive Places

Innovation in action: Interactive Places is a small creative company in Bristol that brings heritage sites alive by mixing the latest handheld technology with entertaining story telling to create...

The Future of Digital Content, David Rowan (Video)

Wired Magazine editor, David Rowan on the future of digital content at a the Creative Industries KTN workshop in Bristol, UK on 7 Dec 2009.   The Future of Digital Content, David...

The Future of Media According to Tim Morgan (Video)

Tim Morgan, CEO at Mint Digital give us his take on the future of media at the Creative Industries KTN workshop exploring Digital Content. London, 4th of December 2009. The Future of...

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A Baseline for Digital Content Experience and Distribution

The interactive model [below] illustrates a Baseline, representing a simple view of where we are today for digital content experience and distribution created as the final outcome of Phase #1 for...

First thoughts from our survey

Understand the consumers, not just the future technologies, that’s one of the strong messages coming out of the early stages of our Future of Digital Content Beacons, via our online survey...

Will young people pay for digital content?

Once again I was yesterday at an event where the following comment was made: "Kids do not expect to pay for content".  I hear this so often now it has almost become a mantra, yet I...

Xbox & Live Sky TV - fewer channels & a deeper experience

You can now access live Sky TV through your XBox, including sports, films etc. See below for link to BBC article. It seems that there are fewer channels, but with some nice immersive experiential...

BBC trust plans to block iplayer on other networks - What impact on the user experience?

ERT online (http://ertonline.co.uk/default.aspx.locid-05nnew2ws.Lang-EN.htm) today reported that the BBC trust plans to block the BBC executive's proposal to allow a federation of broadcasters...

ONLINE SURVEY - Air your views on the future of digital content

Last week, we (TheAlloy & Creative Industries KTN) launched our first online survey for our Future Digital Content project at Power to the Pixel - the cross media film forum - held at the BFI...

Innovation in action: Interactive Places

Innovation in action: Interactive Places is a small creative company in Bristol that brings heritage sites alive by mixing the latest handheld technology with entertaining story telling to create...

Innovation in action: Canvas

Canvas is a project involving the BBC, ITV and BT to examine possible opportunities around convergence of broadband and broadcast services that will provide on demand TV. The proposal would see...

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