Jason Ankeny

Biography for Jason Ankeny

Jason Ankeny is the executive editor of FierceMobileContent and FierceDeveloper as well as a regular contributor to Entrepreneur magazine and the website All Music Guide. He previously served as senior editor of Telephony and its sister publication Wireless Review--additional credits include efforts for publications including Rolling Stone, Wax Poetics and No Depression along with liner notes for a number of album releases. He lives in Chicago and may be reached via email at jankeny@fiercemarkets.com.

Articles by Jason Ankeny

Survey: Television viewing growing, but fragmenting

The television viewing experience continues to fragment as viewers turn to alternative platforms that impact how, when and where they consume programming, according to global management consulting,

Hulu developing mobile video app for iPhone

Streaming video website Hulu reportedly is at work on an application for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch. Citing a "plugged-in industry executive," Silicon Alley Insider notes the mobile app will

NBC's 'Today Show' goes mobile via Zumobi

Can't get enough Al Roker? NBC's venerable morning program, The Today Show, announced an agreement with mobile media firm Zumobi to launch a free iPhone and iPod touch application offering mobile

Verizon Wireless adding app store to the Hub

The operator bids to expand the appeal of its VoIP home networking service. Article

Google's Schmidt forecasts 'strong year' for Android

Google reported first quarter net income of $1.42 billion, an 8 percent jump from year-ago totals and higher than analyst forecasts. Revenue rose just 6 percent in Q1 to $5.51 billion, up from $5.2

BluFocus, NetBlender partner on Blu-ray app for mobile

Blu-ray video solutions providers BluFocus and NetBlender are poised to introduce a new mobile application enabling Blu-ray system owners to transfer downloadable content and interactive features

NBC serves 2.4 million mobile video streams in Q1

Broadcast television network NBC said its mobile website served 2.4 million video streams in the first quarter of 2009, more than the total number of streams served in all of 2008. In all, the

Sony Ericsson to launch Idou entertainment phone by year end

Handset maker Sony Ericsson announced first quarter losses of $382 million as sales fell by more than a third to $1.7 billion. The firm shipped 15.4 million units in Q1, 35 percent fewer than

Operators optimistic despite the downturn

It's springtime--always the time of year when optimism reigns, and this week was no exception. In separate speeches Tuesday, both President Obama and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke expressed

Nokia optimistic despite downturn

After reporting its worst quarterly profit in more than a decade, Nokia maintains the worst is now over. Article