() A great PDF primer from the Nokia forums… Read more »
Make it mobile, not tied to PCs…use Wi-Fi, RFID and NFC etc. All that’s needed is to make portable audio and video devices network-ready,… Read more »
(via Steve Rubel) Well, I’m in there somewhere…
According to the story, few b-to-b media executives appear threatened by blogs, although t… Read more »
OB, the South Korean brewer is planning to run 2 minute ad designed to be broadcast on SK Telecom’s mobile phones. Read more »
CinemaElectric, the mobile video content provider, has expanded the distribution network for its multimedia content in France, Hungary and C… Read more »
Again, the DVB-H vs 3G debate: “Those that say TV over mobiles – if there is a market – will work over a simple DVB-H link much better than… Read more »
(via SmartMobs) Nokia has been doing some heavy-duty research on file-sharing on cellphones…the Nokia Research Center has adapted the P2P… Read more »
UK’s mobile network operator 3 has launched of a new add-on called “Video Value”, which allows customers to download as many videos clips as… Read more »
Motorola, NEC, Nokia, Siemens and Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications have launched the Mobile Broadcast Services initiative. The initiative… Read more »
The first ever UK user trial a multi-channel TV to mobile phones is set to launch in spring next year. The usability trial is being conducte… Read more »
Openwave’s latest piece of software will enable 3G customers to record their own video greetings on their mobile phone for specific people i… Read more »
Companies in South Korea and Japan say they are ready to launch a new satellite broadcasting service in the next two months that can send vi… Read more »
MobiTV, the mobile TV service in U.S. (currently only available on Sprint), will not stream content from C-Span and C-Span2… Read more »
MMS is good for more than sharing snapshots. Operators across Asia — and soon Vodafone — are developing new services around emotive conten… Read more »
Endemol UK has teamed up with premium messaging provider Opera Telecom to release the first soap opera to be played out over mobile phones,… Read more »
Dutch software company Makayama has released “DVD to Mobile (Sony Ericsson Edition)” software which allows users to convert DVD’s to a Smart… Read more »
Walter Mossberg reviews mobile video offering in U.S…(well, there’s actually only one…MobiTV, by Idetic, which is being offered in two f… Read more »
3 UK is experiencing strong uptake of its football news and video clips service since the start of the new Premier League season. On the fir… Read more »
Atlanta-based Zoie Films has partnered with Tin Can Mobile and Nokia to present a selection of one to five minute works in a new “Cellular C… Read more »
I mentioned the CNBC Europe’s mobile deal last month…some more details on it. BT has extended its mobile video service trial with Newmedia… Read more »
Simple: “Watching and recording videos on a cellular phone — a device more than billion people around the world carry on a regular basis –… Read more »
Webcam app for Sprint users… Read more »
CNBC Europe has started live streaming to mobile phones in Europe (the Italian version has been doing it for a year now).
The service, avail… Read more »
(reg. req.): An interview with Dany Levy, founder of DailyCandy.com, which was bought by former AOL-er Bob Pittman. A San Francisco edition… Read more »
An ambitious project is under way to find a way to send TV broadcast signals to mobiles by 2010.
Dubbed Instinct, (IP-based Networks, Servi… Read more »
Three O’clock, a London-based mobile entertainment company, has launched a video magazine service for mobile phones. Subscribers can gain fr… Read more »
Combining real-time video signals with 3-D graphics on a cellphone display… Read more »
Malaysian telecom operator Digi has launched what it believes to be the first TV service on high-speed mobile network in Asia.
Leveraging on… Read more »
A very interesting idea, in theory….billing itself as Blogads 2.0. Check out Blogversations, developed by Umair and a few others.
Let’s se… Read more »
NPR’s Robert Siegel talks with David Hayes, technology writer for The Kansas City Star, about Sprint TV. The new service goes online, and th… Read more »
According to Handango…The July report includes a list of the ten best-selling applications and ringtones by operating system.
Download the… Read more »
In Japan, KDDI has teamed up with Japanese mobile-phone manufacturers to develop a fuel-cell-powered phone equipped with functions for recei… Read more »
IMS Research forecasts that live TV-over-cellular services will be viewed by more than 120 million users worldwide by the end of 2010, equat… Read more »
Following a global evaluation of the key mobile solutions providers, the UK’s football sports league FA Premier League has appointed Sportev… Read more »
U.S. operator Sprint will launch a higher-quality TV service for its wireless phones, through its new Samsung video-capable phones…
The se… Read more »
An interesting play by MediaBistro, in trying to develop nanomedia properties and mixing media gossip with job ads and networking.
I guess… Read more »
That’s almost the same headline that Wired News used (“Blogging For Bucks”) when profiling me last year, and this is the headline ABCNews.co… Read more »
Well, the 18-year old kid’s moving fast…CableNewser will morph into TVNewser for Mediabistro…
Related: CableNewser’s anonymous blogger r… Read more »
Looks pretty obvious to me… Read more »
The Media Drop mentions something close to my heart: how much advertising can I push down the pipe without crossing the line. There’s no sci… Read more »