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Chinese web TV market booming, says In-Stat

11/24/2010 11:48 AM EST
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pixies
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re: Chinese web TV market booming, says In-Stat
pixies   11/30/2010 5:12:42 PM
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There are a lot of free (not all legal though) contents on the internet in China. Most young people mainly watch movie and TV shows on their computers anyway.

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curliph_#1   11/29/2010 1:37:10 AM
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the web is just a channel for context expanding. I think the context service is the key for webtv or any other internet-based device.

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elctrnx_lyf   11/26/2010 9:42:08 AM
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The Web TV is not just connected to the indvidual interests of consumers. The sales and the demand will be increased only with the development of complete eco system that includes a very good infrastructure for the high speed internet distribution. India have a large scope but the current level infrastructure is really bad considering the internet speed and the quality of service offered by the service providers here. But china definitely may be a good place for all the companies to sell their products considering chinese are more connected to the internet and the infrastructure is in continuous improvement in china.

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Kinnar   11/25/2010 7:57:17 PM
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China and India are the hotcakes for selling consumer products but in this case Chinese cheaper technologies is also one of the factor in the increased sale. This will surely still increase many folds due to new web-tv techniques flooding the market.

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Sheetal.Pandey   11/25/2010 7:28:55 PM
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i guess low incremental cost for webtv as mentioned in the article may be the reason. May be the user has to pay little extra that wont hurt his pocket and would get web on his tv so he will go for it.

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chanj0   11/24/2010 9:05:19 PM
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The thrive of WebTV requires reasonable bandwidth from the infrastructure. In addition, the content has to be cheaper and better. Or, simply the content from the web can't be found from the other media. What's the actual driving factors of WebTV market in China? Any comments will be appreciated.

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