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Media, Telecommunications and Business Strategy

As the clear lines and historic boundaries that once separated broadcasting, cable, telephone and Internet communication dissolve, this comprehensive new edition examines the relationship and convergence patterns between industries by exploring the effects of digitalization in media and information technology. With today's dynamic and rapidly evolving communication environment, media managers need to have a clear understanding of the different delivery platforms as well as critical management and planning strategies going forward. Advancements in new media and communication technology coupled with a rapidly changing global economy promise a new set of hybrid-media companies that will allow for the full integration of information and entertainment services and give new meaning to the term programming. This book provides a detailed look at seven key sectors of the media and telecommunications field as well as ongoing changes within the industry. The new edition includes updated research throughout including material on major business and technology changes as well as the importance of digital lifestyle reflected in E-commerce and developments in Over-the-Top Video-streaming services. Special attention is given to such areas as strategic planning, innovation, marketing, finance and marc:leadership.Perfect for courses in media management and media industries, as well as professional managers, this book serves as an important reference guide during this transitional time
Print Book, English, 2021
3rd edition View all formats and editions
Routledge, Taylor et Francis Group, New York ; London, 2021
xix, 376 Seiten : Illustrationen ; Breite 152 mm, Hoehe 229 mm
9780367249038, 9780367249021, 0367249030, 0367249022
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Part 1: The Media and Telecommunications Industry Structure 1. Media and Telecommunications Economics: Principles of Market Structure, Business Conduct, Supply and Pricing 2. Broadcast Television 3. Cable Television 4. Over-the-Top video Streaming Services 5. Telephony and the Economics of Information Delivery 6. Cellular Telephone, Satellite and Wireless Communication 7. Digital Lifestyle: Electronic Commerce and Social Media 8. Transnational Media and Telecommunications Part 2: Media Management and Telecommunications 9. Media Management and Telecommunications: Principles of Management Theory and Applications 10. Media Management and Strategic Planning 11. Innovation and Technology Management 12. Media, Telecommunications and Financial Management Ron Rizzuto, Mike Wirth 13. Media and Telecommunications Marketing Heidi Hennink-Kaminski 14. Leadership and Change Management Rod Rightmire, Richard A. Gershon