The Electronic Displacement of Print: Forecasts to 2018

The Electronic Displacement of Print: Forecasts to 2018 is a Smithers Pira's market report examining the threat posed by electronic devices.

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Product type: Market report
Date of publication: 18 Dec 2008
Product format: Market Report
Number of pages: 180

A thorough exploration is made of the drivers and barriers to electronic media, along with 10-year forecasts of enabling technology and electronic publishing. Industry scenarios to 2018 are also examined, providing you with the ultimate guide to the impact of electronic devices on the traditional print industry.

Description

WHAT DO YOU GET?

  • Detailed analysis of the shape of the industry with forecasts to 2018 so you can really understand the changes occurring in the print industry
  • An in-depth understanding of the key drivers and trends shaping the market including e-book developments, changes in market attitudes, online advertising and Open Access
  • Break down of the top-10 disruptive technologies, and the impact of electronic devices on 12 end-use sectors

HOW WILL THIS MARKET INTELLIGENCE REPORT BENEFIT YOU?

  • Get the latest industry figures and analysis to make sure your business is ahead of the competition.
  • Find out what the future holds for the print industry and what your business needs to do to keep up
  • Get to grips with the latest technologies and devices that will impact your industry, and the opportunities they afford

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?

  • Machinery suppliers
  • Raw materials and consumables suppliers
  • Printers
  • Print buyers
  • Industry consultants and analysts

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THIS PRICE?

  • One hard copy of report couriered to you (see order form for postage costs) on publication date
  • CD-Rom with searchable PDF
  • Global intranet licence allowing everyone in your organisation electronic access to the study

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Report overview
  • Executive summary
  • Definitions
    • ICT driven
    • Information driven
    • Market driven

Introduction and Methodology

  • Objectives
  • Scope
  • Structure of report
  • Adaptation to change
  • Acknowledgements

Drivers and Barriers to Electronic Media

  • Technology as a driver for change
    • 'Laws' supporting growth in EP
    • Adoption of the internet
    • Personal computers
    • Mobile phones
    • Broadband adoption
    • The wireless industry
    • Implications for the print industry
  • The publishing industry as a driver for change
    • Size of publishing industry
    • Scholarly publishing sector
      • Structural changes in scholarly publishing - the big deal
      • Mergers and acquisitions
      • Economies of scale in EP
    • Newspaper publishing
    • Future of publishing
    • Impact on the print industry
  • Migration of text to data
    • Data and datasets as a driver for change
    • Main data centres
    • The data challenge
    • Openness of data
    • Impact of data on printers
  • e-book developments
    • e-book as a driver for change
    • A poor beginning
    • Market size
    • Mobile e-books
      • Amazon 'Kindle'
      • Sony Reader
      • iLiad
    • e-book aggregators
      • ebrary
      • Net Library
      • MyiLibrary
      • The E-book Corporation
      • Questia
      • Books on Ovid
    • Publisher platforms
      • Oxford Scholarship Online
      • Elsevier e-books
    • Specialised e-book platforms
      • Knovel
      • Credo Reference
      • Google's Open Handset Alliance
    • Investigation into market trends for e-books
      • UCL 'SuperBook' project
      • ebrary research results
    • Impact on printing
  • Book (retro) digitisation projects
    • Google digitisation (libraries and publishers)
    • Open Content Alliance
    • Microsoft
    • Ingram Digital and Microsoft
    • The internet archive
    • A strategy for book digitisation - a 'universal' library
    • Impact on the print industry
  • Changes in market attitudes
    • The Google generation
    • Pew research in the US
    • The decline of authority
    • The cult of the amateur
    • The psychology of reading
    • The emergence of UGM on Web 2.0
      • Wisdom of the crowd
    • Quality control
    • Social collaboration in practice
    • Wikinomics
    • Impact on printers
  • Reaching new markets with digital information
    • Knowledge workers
    • Increased awareness of content availability
      • Theory of the Long Tail
    • Demographics of the knowledge worker market
    • Impact on printers
  • Open Access of the decline of subscription
    • Open Access (OA)
    • Open Access initiatives
      • Open Access journals - the gold route
      • Author self-depositing - the green route
        • Subject-based e-print services
        • Institutional-based repositories
        • OpenDOAR
      • Author participation rates
        • Voluntary or mandatory
    • Harvesting OA material
    • Usage of OA
    • Economics supporting open access
    • Summary
  • Online advertising as a driver for change
    • Online advertising in the US
    • Online advertising in the UK
    • Advertising in select markets
  • Search engines and findability
    • The rise of search engines
    • Resource discovery and navigation
    • How users find information
    • The findability challenge
    • Google
    • Value-added services
    • Other search engines
    • Impact on the print industry
  • Archiving and preservation
    • Light and dark archives
    • Digital Resource Management (DRM)
      • Athens
      • Shibboleth
      • UK Access Management Federation
      • Open ID
    • Data curation
      • US-based task force
      • European Alliance for Permanent Access
  • Barriers against change
    • Demographic issues
    • Gross national product variations
    • Investment and ROI
    • Print industry mindset
      • Adoption of the internet
      • Adoption of Web 2
      • The industry mindset
      • Questionnaire responses

Enabling Technology Forecasts

  • Past impact of technology
  • The new digital consumer
  • New products and services
  • Enabling technology
    • Paper-like displays
    • OLEDs
    • Printed electronics
    • Publishing on demand devices (PODs)
    • Book publishing through PODs
    • Wireless technologies
    • RFID
    • Digital print
    • Enabling social trends
    • Social collaboration

Electronic Publishing Forecasts

  • Business theory approach
    • Porter's five forces
  • Size of the information industry
  • Print products
  • New digital alternatives to print
  • Example of Web 2 services
  • Gartner Hype Cycle
  • CD-Roms
  • Integrated media players
  • iPods
  • Podcasts
  • Mobile phones
  • Tablet PCs

The Electronic Displacement of Print

  • Information seeks to be free
  • End-user sectors
  • Impact on the print industry
    • Print packaging
    • Books
    • Catalogues
    • Directories
    • Magazines
    • Newspapers
    • Advertising
    • Commercial printing
    • Office stationery
    • Security printing
    • Printed labels
    • Scholarly communication

Scenarios to 2018

  • Things won't change much
  • Things will change marginally
  • Europe/North America decline but rest of world growth
  • Global markets displaced radically by 2018
  • Printers migrate to new product/markets

Summary and Recomendations

  • Summary
    • Strategic evaluation
    • Overall future trends
  • Recommendations
    • Develop full service functionality
    • Collaborate on cross industry strategic research
    • Identify organisations with which to partner
    • Identify new information processes
    • Develop complete work processes

Tables and Figures

  • Print packaging: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Books: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Catalogues: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Directories: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Magazines: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Newspapers: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Advertising: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Commercial printing: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Office stationery: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Security printing: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Printed labels: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • Scholarly communication: electronic displacement of print to 2018
  • World internet usage, 2007
  • Worldwide mobile phone sales (2007)
  • Broadband subscribership per 1,000 inhabitants, December 2006
  • Information industry companies - worldwide revenues 2007
  • Top-eight STM performers in 2006 ($ millions)
  • Total US advertising and marketing spending
  • Population of major areas in 1950, 1975, 2007 and 2050
  • Global print market value by region, 2002-12 (E million)
  • Global print market for products, 2002-12 (E million)
  • Western Europe print market for products, 2002-12 (E million)
  • UK print market for products, 2002-12 (E million)
  • China print market for products, 2002-12 (E million)
  • Global printed packaging market - Market value (E million)
  • Printed books market growth worldwide (E million)
  • Printed catalogue market growth worldwide (E million)
  • Printed directories market growth worldwide (E million)
  • Magazine market growth worldwide (E million)
  • Newspaper market growth worldwide (E million)
  • Advertising market growth worldwide (E million)
  • Commercial print market growth worldwide (E million)
  • Office stationary market growth worldwide (E million)
  • Security printing market growth worldwide (E million)
  • Printed labels market growth worldwide (E million)
  • Impact of the drivers over time
  • Print packaging: Scenarios to 2018
  • Books: Scenarios to 2018
  • Catalogues: Scenarios to 2018
  • Directories: Scenarios to 2018
  • Magazines: Scenarios to 2018
  • Newspapers: Scenarios to 2018
  • Advertising: Scenarios to 2018
  • Commercial printing: Scenarios to 2018
  • Office stationery: Scenarios to 2018
  • Security printing: Scenarios to 2018
  • Printed labels: Scenarios to 2018
  • Scholarly communication: Scenarios to 2018
  • The knowledge worker information sector
  • Theory of the Long Tail
  • Main forms of open access of scholarly material
  • Open Access repository types - Worldwide
  • Growth of the OpenDOAR database - Worldwide
  • Proportion of repositories by country - Worldwide
  • Content types in OpenDOAR repositories - Worldwide
  • Diagram of Porter's 5 forces
  • The Gartner Hype Cycle
  • Example of Web 2 services
  • Impact of new developments in EP, 1995-2015
  • Key scenarios to 2018