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Giving life to today's media distribution services

Media distribution traffic dominates the internet traffic today. Additionally the majority of users seem to adopt free and open media distribution services as YouTube and peer to peer systems. The content that they consume is sometimes suggested to them through social networks which act as content information disseminators. On the other hand service providers in media distribution have mainly focused in closed and proprietary services which don't seem to be widely adopted by end users. Social networks look like a promising environment able to bridge the gap between these two worlds. On the other hand such an attempt raises many research challenges that we first have to address. Presented by Nikos Efthymiopoulos from University of Patras

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