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Broadcasters Enter New Phase in Mobile Digital TV Push

PCWorld By Stephen Lawson, 1/12/12 A mobile TV effort by local broadcasters in the U.S. is entering a new phase, with two large groups of stations showcasing new partnerships at the International Consumer Electronics Show, but the initiative still faces

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Tech You Need to See; Show will feature several demos of mobile DTV broadcasts

Broadcasting & Cable 1/9/12 AMONG THE TECHNOLOGIES being demoed at the 2012 International CES this week in Las Vegas, advances in mobile digital TV, audio systems and UltraViolet offerings promise to have a particularly notable impact on broadcasters in 2012

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First Public Demonstration of Mobile Emergency Alert System: Harnesses Power of Mobile DTV Terrestrial Broadcasting

Progress on Pilot Project Highlighted at 2012 International CES; Vegas PBS Delivers Video, Maps, Audio, Text to Mobile DTV Devices Press Release 1/8/12 LAS VEGAS, Jan. 10, 2012 – In the first public demonstration of the groundbreaking Mobile Emergency Alert

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Mobile500 Alliance to Demo New iPad Receiver Accessory at CES

Seattle to be first beta market using TVTechnology By Deborah D. McAdams, 1/8/12 LAS VEGAS: More mobile DTV receivers are being unveiled today for use in a Seattle beta test later this year. That’s the word from the Mobile500 Alliance,

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CES: Yet another rollout for mobile digital TV

Technology, a Los Angeles Times blog 1/7/12 Five years ago, Samsung unveiled a digital TV broadcasting technology that was optimized for mobile devices. It’s still waiting to sell its first broadcast-enabled smartphones in the United States, just as the TV

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KOMO-TV, Mobile500 Alliance Become First Commercial Broadcasters to Support Mobile Emergency Alert System Pilot Project

New System to Harness Power of Mobile Terrestrial Broadcasting to Enable Media Rich Emergency Communications Press Release 1/6/12 The groundbreaking Mobile Emergency Alert System (M-EAS) pilot project gained momentum today when the first commercial television broadcaster announced its support for

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DTV Set For Center Stage At CES

At next week’s International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, broadcasters will show off the latest developments in mobile DTV, including the app that MetroPCS will be using to market MCV’s Dyle-branded service and Mobile500’s new external dongle receivers that

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TV-Tuning Phones To Hit With MetroPCS-Dyle Deal

TVTechnology Deborah D. McAdams, 1/4/12 DALLAS, NEW YORK and LOS ANGELES: A group of broadcasters promoting mobile DTV got in front of the annual Consumer Electronics Show news barrage by announcing a deal that will make the service a legitimate

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Survey: 15% of American Homes Rely On Over-the-Air TV

Knowledge Networks’ Study Puts Number At 46 Million John Eggerton — Multichannel News, 6/6/2011 According to a new Knowledge Networks survey, the number of Americans now relying exclusively on over-the-air TV is 46 million, up from 42 million a year

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Broadcasting’s Future is All About Mobile

The demand for mobility has been with us since the dawn of electronic mass media. Makers of receivers have been trying to pack more and more capabilities into smaller packages ever since crystal radios were the rage. And it will

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