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(keitai-l) Re: Control over i-mode

From: <FLEX-MAGAZINE_at_TELDA.NET>
Date: 04/08/02
Message-Id: <180344161TDN_at_TDN.TelDa.Net>
this is a tough question, but maybe it's not 
really one you can find an answer to.
who has more power, the music labels that 
produce music or the radio stations that 
broadcast it?
the radio stations that aggregate content or 
the networks that broadcast it?
the internet content providers or the 
companies building the infrastructure?

i believe that it's some sort of a symbiotic 
relationship, both parties need each other.

still, i would guess docomo has more 
negotiation power. as an indicator i would see 
the 9% service fee that docomo is still able to 
collect although ALL content providers have 
been trying to push it down for years.

bFX
Received on Mon Apr 8 18:38:11 2002