The double "layered" platform structure of the audiovisual media industry: A case study of Flanders
AbstractIn this paper, the principles of multi-sided platform theory and value network analysis are used in order to give a detailed picture of the financing and revenue sharing models present in the audiovisual media industry in Flanders. By means of expert interviews, we verify whether the counter-logics of platform ecosystems and the double marginalisation effect of double platform markets pertain to the Flemish audiovisual media industry. We also discuss the impact of new entrants such as over-the-top players on the audiovisual ecosystem in general. --
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by International Telecommunications Society (ITS) in its series 23rd European Regional ITS Conference, Vienna 2012 with number 60344.
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Digital television; multi-sided platform theory; value network analysis; revenue sharing models; double marginalisation; over-the-top players;
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