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Free-to-air mobile TV as a network offload strategy for mobile operators

Recently Swisscom made the decision to drop its DVB-H mobile TV service, citing a lack of compatible handsets as the reason behind its lack of success. Swisscom has opted to provide a subscription service, broadcast over high speed 3G networks opening up the service to smartphone and laptop users. However, the free-to-air mobile TV model has emerged globally as a compelling way to drive mobile TV forward. This approach also provides operators with an offload strategy to reduce the impact of data traffic on their networks

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Time up for Member States to tune TV rules to digital age

Two years after the adoption of modernising EU TV rules removing outdated restrictions on digital TV over the internet, video on demand and mobile TV, only three countries – Belgium, Romania and Slovakia – have officially notified the European Commission of measures putting them in place, as required under EU law

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Making money from Mobile TV advertising

Metrics, clear standards, self-regulation and partnerships all key to success, says UMTS Forum White Paper

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Business leaders demand video on the move

CNN International and Ericsson reveal key insights from joint research study

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DVB-SH trial enables a perfect blend of satellite and terrestrial networks for mobile TV

The first DVB-SH trial launched in Turin by the Italian broadcaster RAI, the mobile operator 3 Italia, Alcatel-Lucent and Eutelsat has shown excellent results

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New venture Comunicas will provide hosted platform services for the Turkish 3G market

Recently two leading companies in telephony announce to join forces for a new hosted service provider for the Turkish 3G market, which is called Comunicas Interaktif Hizmetler A.?.

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