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Automate

join:2001-06-26
Atlanta, GA

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MobiTV expanding beyond mobile video market

Video-content provider MobiTV is expanding beyond its familiar mobile market to reach the living room and office.

The company, which offers live and on-demand TV shows for mobile phones, is branching out into Internet-connected TVs, set-top boxes, and personal computers. The goal is to offer a TV-anywhere type of service in which subscribers can catch live news and sports as well as on-demand TV shows no matter where they are.

Read more: »news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-200184···1PiLUDrl

»www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-10-0···deo.html

joeklapps

join:2010-06-21
Boston, MA
TVoIP is a great idea and possibly can become a popular alternative just like what happened between traditional fax/internet fax, and ordinary phone/VoIP service.

Automate

join:2001-06-26
Atlanta, GA
reply to Automate
Unlike Hulu, MobiTV will have live programing including sports and news. It will be interesting to see their channel liineup for the TV/browser service.

If it is a good lineup I would like to see a MobiTV app for Boxee or Google TV.