Mobile TV's High Wire Act

Smith, Brad
April 2007
Wireless Week;4/15/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses the increasing number of mobile television subscribers in the U.S. Several mobile companies took the opportunity of marketing their services. They include Verizon Wireless, which uses Qualcomm's MediaFLO network service and AT&T. M:Metrics says that there are nearly 6 million Americans watching mobile video. According to Telephia, there were 6.2 million subscribers in the U.S. in the start of 2007, with an annual growth of 188 percent.


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