Friday 15 November , 2019

The Media Internet supports professional and novice content producers and is at the crossroads of digital multimedia content and Internet technologies. It encompasses two main aspects: Media being delivered through Internet networking technologies (including hybrid technologies) and Media being generated, consumed, shared and experienced on the web.

Deliverables

D1.1 Reports on organisation and results of the TFs and FCNs group meetings. Version 1.0

D1.2 Reports on organisation and results of the TFs and FCNs group meetings. Version 2.0

D1.3 Intermediate version of the Whitepaper on the Future Media Internet Architecture

D1.4 White paper on the Future Media Internet Architecture

D2.1 Report on current research and business targets V1.0

D2.2 Report on current research and business targets V2.0 superseded by 2.3

D2.3 Report on current research and business targets V3.0

D2.4 Report on current research and business targets V4.0

D3.1 Situation in Europe versus the one in Japan and United States

D3.2 nextMEDIA roadmap outline

D3.3 nextMEDIA roadmap

D4.1 Insights of key issues impacting European positioning in Networked Media

D4.2 Comparative Analysis on Positioning Approaches of several International actors

D4.3 Report on Scientific Papers presented in Networked Media Track

D4.4 Report on collaboration events with third countries

D5.1 Project web-site and management tools

D5.2 Roadmap for the dissemination activities for first year

D5.3 Report on dissemination activities and future plan

D5.4 Final report on Dissemination activities

D6.1 Quality Assurance Plan and Risk Analysis

D6.2 Project Periodic Report

D6.3 Project Final Report

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