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Kalisz David E. (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland)
Transformations of the Interactive TV Market in the New Media
Business and Non-profit Organizations Facing Increased Competition and Growing Customers' Demands, 2012, vol. 11, s. 142-159, rys., tab., bibliogr. 41 poz.
Serwisy społecznościowe, Media, Innowacyjność, Konkurencyjność, Telewizja
Social networking, Media, Innovative character, Competitiveness, Television
The subject matter of the article is - based on the analysis of both the market and the consumer - interactive television and social media operating within its area. Their significance and usefulness grow as the changes on the domestic and international television market become more and more turbulent and rampant. Numerous attempts by television related companies to implement new business models have led to the necessity to consolidate the market, creating at the same time new sub-markets operating with involvement of companies which have so far operated within the Internet industry. The subject of analysis is viewing times in individual field and the development of broadcasting-related service as well as the technical capabilities enabling integration of television with the network communities. Interactive television creates a new market quality and at the same time destroys the notion of a viewer as a passive participant in the communication process. The combination of the television broadcasting's mass influence and the Internet's flexibility generates the ability to create new products and solutions. The presented new model of market competitiveness confirmed its effectiveness, when applying social strategies. Their implementation enables identification of additional revenue sources as well as creation of value innovations being a new source of thinking about these strategies, increasing the companies' operating effectiveness on the market and gaining a competitive advantage. Only the strategy of synergy of those three technologies (television, Internet and the social media) enables the achievement of a highly competitive market position. (original abstract)
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