|標題:||Developing Digital Content Industry in Taiwan|
Institute of Management of Technology
|摘要:||According to predictions by PriceWaterHouseCoopers in 2004, the average global annual growth rate of digital video & audio products (VOD, MOD., etc) will reach 235%, wireless contents will reach 91%, and digital archives will reach 84%. This is due to the advancement, cost reduction and availability of the enabling technologies e.g. digital processing, digital storage and digital telecommunications. The development of Digital Content Industry (DCI) requires fine culture, initiative ideas, respect of intellectual property (IP) rights, and telecommunications infrastructure, which are all very dependent on government supportive policies. This study summarized the government policies, progresses, and obstacles in the development of Taiwan's DCI. Comparisons with those in other countries, including the U.S., EU, Japan, and Korea will be provided. Taiwan DCI's opportunities and challenges will be discussed; strategies and recommendations will be provided based on Taiwan's unique resources and competitive advantages.|
|期刊:||PICMET '07: PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR MANAGEMENT OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, VOLS 1-6, PROCEEDINGS: MANAGEMENT OF CONVERGING TECHNOLOGIES|
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