A new package available from T-Mobile TV, called Playground TV, offers kid-friendly content and on-demand episodes of popular programs, including “Dora the Explorer” and “Sesame Street.”
Verizon is planning to start its own mobile-TV network by December 2012. For this to happen – the mobile-phone company would need to purchase more spectrum.
Think you know where mobile TV is heading this year? Three separate initiatives will be kicking in this year, and if you are in the industry, it’s important to know what those three are.
The new tax package President Obama signed last week included an order giving the FCC the authority to decide how the bandwidth is going to be used.
The television industry has poured billions into the development of TV Everywhere, but its rollout has been lagging.
ATSC Mobile DTV is about to provide a new way to reach the masses with emergency messages, and in a way that makes perfect sense for a new generation of mobile-TV viewers.
IAC just introduced a service that intends to be on 24/7 and just might become the network live TV mobile users can carry around in their pockets.
What is Canada doing to get more people to watch mobile TV? Not treating it like a text messaging plan, for starters...
Mobile TV is primed for its next big wave, which happens to be...game shows? Millions are already in around the world, and producers of mobile-TV content need to know about the next big thing...
The time is now for Africa, and there was big news as mobile TV made yet another important step to expand into a country that is gaining a lot of mobile traction...
It was a big game and a big win for mobile TV. The numbers are in and it looks like every producer of mobile TV should sit up and take notice...
Lenovo has announced the IdeaPad S2 at CES, a 7-inch Android product that could make mobile TV viewing a lot easier for consumers.
T-Mobile is ramping up the speed for mobile TV by announcing at CES that it has rolled out 4G 42Mb/s (2x previous benchmarks) in 12 new markets.
Sharp TV showed off its Aquos Freestyle, one of the new breed of portable television sets, at this year’s CES.
Smartphone accessory manufacturer Belkin is teaming up with the Mobile Content Venture to extend the Dyle Mobile TV service to allow 120 million devices in the market to receive Mobile-TV signals.
Belkin is teaming up with Mobile Content Venture to extend the Dyle Mobile TV service, allowing 120 million devices in the market to receive Mobile TV signals.
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