10.21.2008 08:28 AM
Study sheds profitable light on Europe’s widely mixed mobile TV regulations picture

Highlighting Europe’s best practices for exploiting the growing mobile TV market, the latest Broadcast Mobile Convergence Forum report analyzes the effects of Europe’s current regulation on commercial mobile TV launch efficiency. The study is aimed at those setting regulatory frameworks for mobile TV where it has yet to be defined.

Countries considering and deciding on a particular regulation scheme and business model can pick and choose from the BCF's solutions to form their own framework. BCF’s analysis of practices, as well as country-by-country experience, for licensing and regulating mobile TV offers a range of solutions.

For more information, visit www.bmcoforum.org.



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