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online content

Any material available on the Web. Online content includes text, images, animations, music and videos. See publisher.
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The Directorate General will use this market data and intelligence in its policy development activities, namely in the field of broadband and online content and services.
Online content cuts across dichotomies such as open-closed, linear-interactive, professional-amateur, public-private, mobile-fixed and national-global.
UAE consumers will consider paying for online content in specific categories, especially film, books, music and games.
In the early days of the internet, Ragan's strategy of free online content made sense.
They claimed that online content from institutional sources is subject to the same procedures of verification that traditional media information undergoes.
UK television organisation ITV has selected online marketplace Espotting Media to handle the search facility and online content for its web site.
The research found that USD300m was spent by US consumers on online content in Q1 2002, an increase of 155% over the same quarter a year ago.
The greatly expanded Encyclopedia has been available in print and on CD-ROM since 1996 and as online content since 1997.
com), Asia Pacific Online Content Services Market, reveals that the paid online content services market - covering 12 Asia-Pacific countries ex-Japan - earned revenues of US$3.
com/reports/c76316) announces the addition of new Frost & Sullivan report North American Residential Online Content Services Markets to their offering.
The new payment club, commercially available on February 15th, 2007, will provide services specifically aimed at the online content and m-commerce sectors - markets that are estimated to reach a value of US$54.
Our Online Content Survey 2006 reveals the in-depth user trends towards online music service adoption.

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