TV via cell phone

Nielsen Finds Strong Interest in Anywhere, Anytime Connectivity

Location:
Nielsen, 770 Broadway, New York, NY, 10003-9595, United States
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1

In a world where people are connected practically 24x7x365, it’s increasingly difficult to attract and hold the attention of people you’re trying to reach and engage. Indicative of the degree to which 24/7 connectivity is becoming the norm in industrialized society, Nielsen found that 76 percent of respondents worldwide said “they enjoy the freedom of being connected anywhere, anytime.”

TDG: Half of Adult Broadband Users Now Engage Mobile Video Apps at Least Once a Month

Location:
TDG Research, 9555 Lebanon Road, Frisco, TX, 75035, United States
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2

A new report from The Diffusion Group (TDG), Mobile Video Apps: User Dimensions, finds that 49% of US adult broadband users engage some form of mobile video app at least once a month, with 17% engaging weekly and 16% daily.

Nielsen Exec: Don't Expect to Be Impressed by Impact of Mobile TV Ratings

Location:
Nielsen, 770 Broadway, New York, NY, 10003-9595, United States
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2

Nielsen Media Research has declared itself "open for business" in terms of tracking TV viewing on smartphones, tablets and other electronic gadgets. But don’t expect those numbers, which will be available for the first time with the new fall broadcast season, to be impressive, statistically speaking.

Mobile video watching up 532 percent in two years, study says

Location:
Ooyala, 800 W. El Camino Real, Mountain View, CA, 94040, United States
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2

Smartphones and tablets are playing a key role in the consumption of online videos, a new study from video technology company Ooyala shows. During the first quarter of 2014, 21 percent of all online video-plays around the world were completed through mobile devices or tablets, Ooyala reported.

Mobile video on the rise: Regulating disruptive competition

Location:
American Enterprise Institute (AEI), 1150 Seventeenth Street, Washington, DC, 20036, United States
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2

Online video continues to assert its claim to the title of Killer App of the Early 21st Century.

AT&T Raises Possibility of Offering NFL Sunday Ticket to Wireless Customers

Location:
AT&T, 208 South Akard St, Dallas, TX, 75202, United States
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2

AT&T is floating the possibility of offering DirecTV's National Football League Sunday Ticket programming to all its wireless phone customers, as the phone giant seeks to convince Wall Street of the strategic value of its $49 billion planned acquisition of the satellite TV firm. AT&T management highlighted Sunday Ticket as a cornerstone of future product-bundle offerings it can market to its customers.

Repeaters Integral To Next-Gen Mobile Future

Location:
USA, United States
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2

Single frequency networks may be the technology that makes it possible for television stations compete with wireless in reaching viewers on their mobile devices.

All the Way to 2032, Come What May

Location:
NBC Universal, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY, 10112, United States
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2

Eighteen years ago, there was no certainty that we would be watching sports and movies on little mobile screens or that outfits like Netflix would engage us by streaming series a season at a time.

NAB's Smith To ATSC: Next-Gen TV Is Vital

Location:
National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), 1771 N Street NW, Washington, DC, 20036, United States
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2

National Association of Broadcasters President Gordon Smith encouraged television engineers to get on with the task of developing a new broadcast TV standard that can provide truly ubiquitous service.

Telecom Italia Reaches Internet-TV Deal With Sky

Location:
Telecom Italia, Milan, Italy
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2

Telecom Italia, the country’s largest phone company, is teaming with Rupert Murdoch’s Sky Italia for an Internet-television service to attract broadband subscriptions, giving consumers an alternative to satellite TV.

Mobile TV Needs Strong Broadcaster Backing

Location:
NBC Universal, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY, 10112, United States
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2

With growing consumer demand for video on smartphones and tablets, broadcasters need to take charge in making mobile TV a robust business, even if other players like ke manufacturers are hedging, industry leaders say.

The hot startup at SXSW this year was plain old television

Location:
South by Southwest, Austin, TX, United States

There was no breakout mobile app, no hot new startup, no celebrity founder holding court over the conference. But everywhere one turned at South By Southwest Interactive, ...

Will Comcast Go You-Tubing?

Location:
Comcast, 1500 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19102-2148, United States
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2

In case you missed the scuttlebutt, Comcast is reportedly working on an online video service that will compete with YouTube and offer access to gobs of video goodness on the n the usual suspects (tablets, smartphones, PCs) as well as the set-top box.

MetroPCS to sell phones with TV tuners

Location:
MetroPCS, 2250 Lakeside Blvd, Richardson, TX, 75082, United States
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2

MetroPCS Communications became the first U.S. cellphone company to announce plans for a phone that can tune in to live, local television broadcasts.

FCC refereeing airwaves fight

Location:
Federal Communications Commission (FCC), 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC, 20554, United States
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3

New lobbying battles at the Federal Communications Commission are increasingly forcing regulators to determine “property rights” in the sky, as more business sectors rely on mobile technologies that are crowding the nation’s limited airwaves.

QuickPlay Acquires FLO TV's Network Ops Center

Location:
QuickPlay Media, 190 Liberty Street, Toronto, ON, M6K 3L5, Canada
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1

Toronto, Canada-based QuickPlay Media is acquiring the network operations center assets of FLO TV, the mobile TV services owned by Qualcomm that was shut down earlier this year.

TV Advertising Most Influential

Location:
Deloitte, 1633 Broadway, New York, NY, 10019, United States
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1

According to Deloitte's fifth edition "State of the Media Democracy" survey, 71% of Americans still rate watching TV on any device among their favorite media activities.

Mobile DTV Manifesto Urges Openness

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1

The Mobile 500, concerned that other mobile DTV proponents may be working toward a closed platform, details in 12 points that it’s in the best interests of broadcasters, consumer electronics manufacturers and the public to avoid “any sort of proprietary technical barriers and rate structures that would make it prohibitive for some broadcasters to use the system.”

Trade groups spar over proposed mandate for FM radio on cell phones

Location:
Washington, DC, United States
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2

In the latest phase of a battle of unusual bedfellows, wireless providers are panning survey result released by broadcasters on Sept 14 that suggest American consumers would welcome access to FM radio on their cell phones.

Local News & Info Are Mobile DTV's Big Draws In DC Test

Location:
Washington, DC, United States
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1

Local news and weather is the most popular programming among several hundred tire-kickers on mobile DTV in the Washington (DC) area.

Broadcasters Align for New Mobile DTV Push

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1

A coalition of 29 broadcast television station groups formally announced that it will work to develop and implement a nationwide mobile digital TV service.

Think About It: 300 Million Mobile DTV Receivers

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3

Let's put a mobile DTV receiver in the pocket of every American so that they can tune into their favorite broadcast show anytime, anywhere How do we do it? Convince Congress to mandate DTV tuners in all new cell phones.

Japan's Mobile-TV Fight

Location:
Tokyo, Japan
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2

A battle between Japan's two biggest wireless carriers over mobile-television technology has raised a dilemma in the country: continue to choose home-grown innovations that may isolate Japan or risk backing a standard based on nascent technology from the US.

Why Google And Verizon Are Right About Net Neutrality For Mobile Devices

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2

Mobile service providers aren't simply Internet service providers that happen to be delivering the Internet to mobile devices.

Mobile DTV Receivers Stay On Track

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2

Consumer electronics manufacturers who want to bring mobile digital television receivers to market this year say those plans remain on track, now that the Federal Communications Commission has waived a decades-old requirement to include full analog TV reception capability in those devices.

Media, Communications to Outgrow U.S. Economy Through 2014, Veronis Says

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1

Spending on media and communications will increase faster than the U.S. economy through 2014 as consumers recover from the recession and shift more attention to the Internet and mobile devices, one researcher says.

How to Fill a Stadium? Offer Video Better Than TV

Location:
New Meadowlands Stadium, 102 Route 120, East Rutherford, NJ, 07073, United States
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1

How do you keep football fans as regular visitors to stadiums when the television coverage of every play is so good? For the Giants and the Jets, the answer, perhaps surprisingly, is more and better video than people can get at home.

Baker: Inventory First, Then 'Win-Win'

Location:
Federal Communications Commission (FCC), 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC, 20554, United States
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1

A Q&A with Federal Communications Commissioner member Meredith Baker.

Local TV for Devices on the Move

Location:
Washington, DC, United States
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1

Beginning in April, eight television stations in Washington (DC) will broadcast a signal for a new class of devices that can show programming, even in a car at high speed.

CES To Highlight Over-The-Air Innovation

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1

The National Association of Broadcasters is showcasing the consumer benefits of some of the many innovations being delivered through digital over-the-air broadcasting at a gathering this week at the annual Consumer Electronics Show.

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