Communication, Information and Informatics Sector
World Communication and Information Report 1999-2000

Boxes, Figures, Tables  

List of boxes


BOXES TITLES
1.1 UNESCO's mission and activies.
2.1 The use of electronic media in open learning and distance education.
3.1 Non-roman alphabets and the computer.
6.1 Newspapers on line.
7.1 The development of new information technologies for libraries.
7.2 Electronic publishing in science.
8.1 Teledemocracy.
8.2 UNESCO and cyberspace.
8.3 Paedophilia on the Internet.
10.1 Young people, new media.
13.1 Mauritius.
13.2 Ghana.
15.1 India.
15.2 Pacific Islands.
15.3 China.
17.1 The RedHUCyT Project and the telecommunications situation in Central America (excluding Costa Rica).
17.2 The RedHUCyT Project and the telecommunications situation in Brazil.
17.3 The RedHUCyT Project and the telecommunications situation in the Caribbean countries.

 

List of Figures


FIGURES TITLES
1.1 The world's ten best-performing ICT companies, 1998.
3.1 Web pages (July 1997) and Internet users (October 1998) by language, by percentage.
5.1 Television access by percentage of households, 1996.
10.1 Positioning of multimedia products and services along the main axes of added value.
10.2 Technology-driven 'added value' process.
10.3 Number of CD-ROM titles in circulation worldwide, 1996.
12.1 Daily newspapers: circulation per 1,000 inhabitants, 1975-1994.
12.2 Daily newspapers: number of publications (titles).
12.3 Daily newspapers: circulation per 1,000 inhabitants, 1975-1994.
12.4 Exports of telecommunication equipment worldwide in billions of $, 1992-1996.
12.5 Main telephone lines per 100 inhabitants, 1975-1996.
12.6 Cellular mobile subscribers per 100 inhabitants, 1975-1996.
12.7 Wired/wireless tends, in millions of subscribers.
12.8 Number of European ISDN subscribers (millions), 1990-1996.
12.9 Estimated number of hosts (millions), 1995-1998.
12.10 Number of radio receivers per 1,000 inhabitants, 1980-1996.
12.11 Number of television receivers per 1,000 inhabitants, 1980-1996.
13.1 Internet in Africa: international links.
13.2 African Internet users: user density compared with GDP.
17.1 Information Society Index (ISI).
17.2 ISI versus IT investment, 1996.
17.3 ISI versus IT investment, 1997.
17.4 Comparative chart of IT investment, 1997.
17.5 World distribution of the IT market, 1997.
17.6 Growth in the IT market, 1995-2002.
17.7 Growth in the IT market by country, 1997-2002.
17.8 Distribution of the Latin American IT market by country, 1997.
17.9 IT market segments in Latin America, 1997.
17.10 Latin American software sales, 1995-2002.
17.11 PC purchases in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1988-1997.
17.12 Distribution of the Latin American market for server operating systems, 1996-1997.
17.13 Cellular telephony growth in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1987-1997.
17.14 Growth in the number of Internet hosts in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1991-1997.
17.15 Percentage of companies with Web technology in 1997.
17.16 Real growth in PCs connected to the Internet, 1996-1997.
17.17 Web commerce in Latin America, 1997.
18.1 Worldwide ICT market by region, 1994-1997.
18.2 Information technology and telecommunications expenditure as a percentage of GDP, 1997.
18.3 Expenditure in the converging IT, telecoms and media sectors, in thousands of millions of euros, 1996.
18.4 Expenditure on ICT in $ per inhabitant, 1997.
18.5 Main telephone lines per 100 inhabitants in Western Europe and North America, 1997.
18.6 Integrated Service Digital Network (ISDN) lines per 100 inhabitants in Western Europe and the United States, 1997.
18.7 Percentage of cable and satellite penetration in TV households in Western Europe and North America, 1997.
18.8 Digital TV subscribers in Western Europe and North America, in millions, 1997-1998.
18.9 Mobile telephone lines per 100 inhabitants in Western Europe and North America, 1997.
18.10 PCs per 100 inhabitants in Western Europe and North America, 1997.
18.11 Internet users as percentage of total population in Western Europe and North America, 1997.
18.12 Internet hosts per 100 inhabitants in Western Europe and the United States, January 1998.


List of figures from Statistical Annex

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FIGURES TITLES
A.1 Distribution of Internet hosts, July 1998.
A.2 Estimated number of persons on-line (millions), August 1998.
A.3 Estimated number of hosts (millions), 1995-1998.
A.4 Total number of installed PCs, home and professional, in millions, 1991-1996.
A.5 Total number of installed PCs, in millions, 1991-1996.
A.6 Estimated percentage of female Internet users in selected countries, 1998.
A.7 Estimated percentage distribution of traffic on the Internet, 1998, and forecast for 2003.

 

List of Tables


TABLES TITLES
1.1 Leading companies in the ICT industry, 1997.
1.2 Access to cyberspace: leading contenders, 1997.
6.1 Estimated number of on-line newspapers/news magazines (daily, non-daily and periodicals) for some selected countries, March 1999.
10.1 Examples of activities involved in the descriptive model (Figure 10.2).
10.2 Distribution of world sales of multimedia applications (in thousands of millions of $).
10.3 Types of applications produced on-line and off-line.
10.4 Breakdown of multimedia applications produced in Canada, by category.
10.5 Breakdown of cost according to different components by percentage.
10.6 Breakdown of sales of multimedia products, by distribution network.
10.7 Access to television, TV-linked games machines, books, PCs with CD-ROM and Internet by children aged 12-13.
10.8 Mean average number of minutes spent per day on television, games machines, books, PC and Internet by children aged 12-13.
12.1 Number of letter-post items posted per capita, 1985-1995.
12.2 Estimated number of Internet hosts, by region, 1995-1996.
13.1 ICT density in Africa as compared with world averages in percentage of population owning the device.
14.1 Arab countries: general descriptive data, 1997.
14.2 Literacy and education in Arab countries, 1995.
14.3 Radio, television, telephone, fax, PC and Internet users in Arab countries, 1995-1997.
14.4 Internet subscribers in selected Arab countries, 1997-1998.
14.5 ARABSAT use data, 1997.
14.6 Newspapers and periodicals in Arab countries, 1995-1996.
14.7 Book production in selected Arab countries, 1995.
15.1 Tier 1 (sample): newcomers to the Internet, 1997-1998.
15.2 Information and communication technologies in the Pacific Islands.
15.3 Tier 2 (sample): countries with rapidly improving infrastructure.
15.4 Tier 3 (sample): broadband users.
16.1 Trends in human development and economic growth in CEE countries, 1995.
16.2 Telecommunications revenue and investment in CEE countries, 1996.
16.3 Telecommunications penetration in Western and Central Europe, 1996.
16.4 Main telephone lines, residential main lines, mobile telephones and fax machines, 1996.
16.5 Key parameters on network development.
16.6 Access to radio and television in Central and Eastern Europe, 1996.
16.7 Television, cable and satellite TV households and VCR penetration (estimates for 1 January 1997).
16.8 IT hardware shipments (in units).
16.9 IT market value in selected CEE countries (1999, estimated).
16.10 Internet and PC penetration, 1996.
16.11 State/public and commercial television in Central European countries (main channels).
17.1 Ranking of the top ten Latin American countries in the ISI index.
17.2 Values of three components of the ISI index.
17.3 Hemisphere-wide Inter-University Scientific and Technological Information Network: activities in the Caribbean.
18.1 ICT expenditure as a percentage of GDP, 1993-1997.
18.2 Mobile telephone subscribers per 100 inhabitants, 1993-1997.
18.3 PCs per 100 inhabitants, 1993-1997.


List of tables from Statistical Annex


TABLES TITLES
A.1 Selected general, communication and information indicators.
A.2 Major exporters, radio receivers, 1996.
A.3 Major exporters, television receivers,1996.
A.4 Major exporters, printed matter, 1996.
A.5 Major exporters, computer equipment, 1996.
A.6 Major exporters, telecommunication equipment, 1996.
A.7 Internet access tariffs.
A.8 Worldwide Internet and intranet products and services, 1996 and 2000, in millions of $.
A.9 African Internet density: African countries ranked by number of people per Internet user.
A.10 Estimated number of hosts by top-level domain name.