March 2007
Broadcasting & Cable;3/26/2007, Vol. 137 Issue 13, p16
Trade Publication
News briefs are offered on the broadcast and cable television industries' involvement with the Internet and mobile communications. Comcast Corp will manage mobile content for Helio. NBC.com has added social networking features to its web site. The CBS television network will make some of its prime time programs available to subscribers of Sprint Nextel's mobile television service.


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