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Corante, one of the original blog media companies (one of the first ones to start, way back in early 2001), has snagged a deal with CNET-own… Read more »

A survey of 5,000 consumers from Britain, Germany, France, Sweden, Spain and Italy by Jupiter Research has revealed that most people don’t w… Read more »

Rock outfit Rooster are playing what has been billed as the first ever concert broadcast by phone on Tuesday evening from a London venue. T… Read more »

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WSJ weighs in on how cartoons are on the way to becoming a viable business online…especially with the political season and parodies like J… Read more »

A good overview story on the mobile video market situation in U.S…roundup includes the usual suspects: MobiTV and RealNetworks. Streaming,… Read more »

Finally…The U.S. carriers have agreed on a set of guidelines for interoperability of MMS…So far, MMS interoperability in the U.S. has on… Read more »

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Simple, because there isn’t enough content for it yet…” It’s just not a good move for Apple without the sources of content they need.”
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ESPN is testing new video services for wireless portable devices…John Zehr, ESPN Mobile’s VP of product development, said the sports news… Read more »

J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism is giving away $1 million in grants — the money is from the Knight Foundation — to seed co… Read more »

A report from a CTIA conference…focuses mainly on how video is coming to mobiles…This year’s favorite new data application is live telev… Read more »

Jason Kottke point out an interesting figure: Out of Technorati’s top 100 most-linked weblogs (mine isn’t), only 16 don’t feature advertisin… Read more »

A profile of the mobile soap opera FanTESStic, by Endemol in UK…also, other such mobile video and TV convergence projects on in UK, such a… Read more »

Another audio from a panel at Gnomedex, this time on the future of online advertising, again as it related to blogs and RSS…. Read more »

In Japan, KDDI R&D Laboratories have jointly developed a mobile-phone terminal that receives digital terrestrial TV broadcasts with interact… Read more »

Research outfit Analysys has said that mobile operators offering television programming or video services over 3G may be able to generate si… Read more »

Is it possible to get a whole movie onto a mobile phone or PDA? Would it be a practical viewing experience? The WBT ream started with a DVD,… Read more »

Apple’s gentle push toward the mobile market continues, as wireless carriers Verizon and SmarTone adopt QuickTime. Read more »

Nokia is set to unveil another attempt at a mobile phone designed for TV and video, which is thinner and lighter than its predecessor which… Read more »

In India, operator Hutchinson Essar has launched Hutch TV, a multi-channel, TV-on-Mobile service, accessible over its EDGE-enabled network.… Read more »

Technical advances shown last week at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam, have turned mobile TV on cell phones fro… Read more »

As 3G deployments accelerate, mobile industry “chatter” about video services becomes increasingly intense, but the list of hurdles to overco… Read more »

“This isn’t like WAP, over-hyped and derided on launch, but sneaks up while no one’s looking to achieve mass usage – 14 billion page impress… Read more »

In Malaysia, mobile video serviecs arre taking off: for telco Maxis, 98,000 subscribers have signed up for its video streaming service so f… Read more »

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