Day 1: 3 March 201110.00Session 1: Re-use, recycle, re-broadcast11.30Session 2: Journalism and the crowd14.00Session 3: Bells, whistles and brands16.00Session 4: New homes for radio (radio e dispositivi non-radiofonici)Day 2: 4 March 201109.30Session 5: Meet the audience10.30Session 6: New media pitching session
A global ubiquitous multicast service leads to the following:
- The content owner no longer pays for bandwidth from multiple identical streams;
- The multicast-enabled ISP no longer carries as much duplicate traffic;
- The multicast-enabled ISP controls the replication of the content within its network and in the AMT Relay;
- The unicast-only network absorbs the impact of the unicast streams.