Analyses of the Emergency of Digital TV and its Impacts on the Electro-electronic Brazilian Productive Chain
AbstractThe aim of this paper is to present and discuss the main technological trends concerning to the process of the introduction of Digital TV in the Brazilian market and its implications in terms of a new electro-electronic complex configuration, considering that this process could be understand a great industrial innovation. In this sense one tries to search the implications of this innovation to the inter-companies competitiveness process and to the electro-electronic productive chain re-configuration as a whole. The methodological approach involves multiple methods of research used to capture data from the stakeholders, like: the companies involved in production of integrated Digital TV or set-top boxes, Brazilian broadcasters and representatives of the government.
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Amato Neto, J. (2006). Analyses of the Emergency of Digital TV and its Impacts on the Electro-electronic Brazilian Productive Chain. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 1(5), 53-68. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/art30
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