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Session Emerging Business Models for e-Content Delivery. Changing Content Industry Structures: The Case of Digital Newspapers on ePaper Mobile Devices Introducing the e-newspaper – Audience Preferences and Demands Cultural Content Management at a new level Centralized Content Portals:

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Session

Emerging Business Models for e-Content Delivery

Changing Content Industry Structures:

The Case of Digital Newspapers on ePaper Mobile Devices

Introducing the e-newspaper – Audience Preferences

and Demands

Cultural Content Management at a new level

Centralized Content Portals:

iTunes and the Publishing Industry

Leo Van Audenhove, Simon Delaere, Pieter Ballon, Michael Van Bossuyt

Carina Ihlström Eriksson, Maria Akesson

Markus Schranz

Matthijs Leendertse, Leo Pennings

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Culturall Content Management at a new level

publishing theater and opera details by means

of open technologies from the Web 2.0

Markus Schranz

Vienna University of Technology, Austria

in cooperation with Culturall GesmbH

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Creating Internet Services for a specific auditorium

involves technical, organizational and sociological

challenges

to experts, processes and used technologies

Authoring, distribution and publishing of cultural

contents require specific management

that may be supported by modern technologies

a demonstration...

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Project Goal: Publishing Cultural Contents

in addressing our goals to support the management tasks

to publish those contents and build successful open services,

we identified typical assets to be handled:

  • Basic Assets (texts, images)
  • Functional Assets (seat reservation)
  • Personalized Assets (customer data)
  • Transactional Assets (ordering and payment)

we built a framework for cultural content and asset

management, including modern principles of Rich User Experience,

end user integration and open interfaces to exchange domain-

specific contents

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Tools, Methodologies and Processes for

Electronic Publishing in the Cultural Market

The framework focuses on modern technical

solutions for

Content Management Issues

Workflow Management Issues

Availability and Connectivity Issues

with emphasis and evaluations of technologies

from the Web 2.0

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Web 2.0 Methodologies and Technologies

for Cultural Content Publishing!

Researched and utilized features include

- User-ortiented, user-contributed interfaces for theater and

opera content management

- Programme and asset availability through RSS feeds

for content publishing and distribution

- Ticket and reservation services

all featured by modern middleware

tools and techniques

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What's Behind?

Web 2.0 technologies for cultural content presentation

RUE

Web Content Management shall appear as convenient

and usable as locally installed software

End User Integration

Identfying application areas that optimize the knowledge

and contributions of the end users

(i.e. programme recommender services, ticketing,...)

Modern Software Management

No sporadic version upgrades but permanent

optimization of Web 2.0 codes and services

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How is it done?

Agile Programming and XP Concepts used

As a demonstration subpart of the framework

we provide a glance on the cultural services management tools

  • Framework supports self-dependent users
  • Involves experiences and knowledge of many end users (long tail)
  • Utilizes standard software development tools (bugzilla)
  • Extends services with Web 2.0 features to employ

abovementioned concepts

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Where can it be utilized?

Multiple application areas identified

  • CMS for theater and opera event descriptions
  • CMS for programme details
  • Facettes of seating, pricing, ordering, paying
  • Service integration by technical platforms

Demonstration on task management within cultural content

creation and distribution

Open Source task management tools enhanced with

technologies from the Web 2.0

-> AJAX for workflow and task management

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New tools for emerging application areas

Benefits from utilizing Web 2.0

Whilst researching and developing the framework we identified

  • shift to a new class of internet application
  • innovation in both technical and practical use of SW

Beyond technical innovations, electronic publishing is encouraged

to use organizational and sociological aspects and strengths from Web 2.0

  • framework development is still ongoing
  • further use investigated in current and future work
  • other application domains to follow in the current
  • research project culturall
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Thank You!

Research contact...

Markus Schranz

Vienna University of Technology

Distributed Systems Group, Institute of Information Systems

schranz@infosys.tuwien.ac.at

Culturall Project

schranz@culturall.com

www.culturall.com