This new alliance will enable local broadcasters to stream simulcast content and programming out to a wide range of tablets, mobile TV devices and smart phones.
Smart, a maker of small cars, has shown its latest concept, the "smart. studio." More than a studio in a box, it's a studio on four wheels.
The company has filed with the SEC for a public offering, with hopes to raise at least $75 million to fund the future and current mobile path it is on.
In the process of bringing legal action against each other, Siano Mobile Silicon and Innofidei have dropped their respective lawsuits and have agreed to settle without further litigation.
MRG has just released the results of its latest mobile TV report, and it contains some interesting info that supports how large the growth of mobile will really become.
Mobile TV services in Russia began in 2003 when the DVB-T standard was targeted to launch the industry there.
Telestream's recently updated release of Episode Pro offers a fast and powerful method for encoding mobile TV content on a single computer, or across several.
U.S. Cellular and MobiTV are joining forces to launch U.S. Cellular Mobile TV, a new service designed for Android smart phone devices.
The Open Mobile Video Coalition (OMVC) has released the results of its recent survey, and it looks like mobile TV in the United States is only going to get bigger in the next couple of quarters.
Hirschmann Car Communication, which produces TV receivers for autos, has teamed up with Siano Mobile Silicon, which produces mobile digital TV receiver chips.
BBC Worldwide is going mobile TV in a big way across Europe this month with a new VOD service built exclusively for iPads.
The company focuses on mobile apps and integrated Web technologies and had hoped that the new BlackBerry app would be accepted by consumers.
Orb Networks is now taking its product to the next level with an iPhone and iPad app (Android is slated to be released later this month) that allows users to stream content from their PC or Mac.
The mobile TV consortium Mobile Content Venture (MCV) has taken the first step towards the important challenge of unifying and branding compatible mobile TV devices with the new "Dyle" designation.
QuickPlay Media has a large presence in Canada, and its next move is aimed at the growing U.S. mobile TV industry.
There are many companies wanting to move their mobile TV services into China, but progress has been slow due to several factors.
The coverage will start in 2012 with the closing weekend of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Singles Tennis Finals and will also include the French-language broadcast rights.
For the launch, the channels are focused on music, entertainment, sports and news, with an under $10 price point as well as daily and weekly subscription options.
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