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Mobile Content Venture teams with MobiTV for DTV apps

Mobile Content Venture, the nationwide mobile DTV effort launched in mid-April by a dozen broadcast groups including NBC, Fox and Cox Media Group, will partner with mobile broadcast solutions

Open Mobile Video Coalition creates Mobile DTV Forum

Television broadcaster association the Open Mobile Video Coalition has established the OMVC Mobile DTV Forum, bringing into the organization non-broadcast members including electronics manufacturers

FierceMobileContent predictions for 2011

Welcome to 2011. It's a new year, and you know what that means: Everyone's making resolutions... and it seems like everyone's making predictions, too. Looking back at my 2010 forecast, most of my

AT&T acquires Qualcomm's FLO TV spectrum for $1.9 billion

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) has agreed to sell the wireless spectrum underlying its ill-fated FLO TV mobile broadcast solution to AT&T (NYSE:T) for $1.92 billion. The spectrum, in the Lower 700 MHz

Year in Review 2010: Qualcomm shuts down FLO TV as mobile TV sputters

Mobile television appeared poised for a breakthrough this summer during soccer's much-anticipated World Cup event. With the vast majority of play unfolding during weekday hours in the U.S., sports

Qualcomm launches FLO TV rebate program

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) unveiled details of its FLO TV device rebate program as it prepares to wind down the ill-fated mobile broadcast initiative in early 2011. Qualcomm will terminate FLO TV

Qualcomm in talks to sell FLO TV spectrum to AT&T

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) is in talks with AT&T (NYSE:T) over the potential sale of wireless spectrum the chipmaker acquired to roll out its ill-fated FLO TV mobile broadcast effort. Citing two

AT&T launches free trial to promote U-verse Mobile TV

AT&T (NYSE:T) officially launched its U-verse Mobile solution across smartphones running Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 operating system, enabling subscribers to download and watch their

T-Mobile TV premieres on first Windows Phone 7 device

T-Mobile USA introduced the HTC HD7, its first smartphone running Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 operating system, promising a rich entertainment experience highlighted by a series of preloaded

Qualcomm confirms FLO TV to shut down in spring 2011

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) confirmed reports it will shutter its struggling FLO TV mobile broadcast effort, halting direct-to-consumer sales of new devices but committing to delivering programming to