How Stephen King Went Mobile With The SI Girls

February 2006
TelecomWeb News Digest;2/23/2006, p2
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The article reports that Stephen King's Cell and Sports Illustrated's (SI) swimsuit issue for 2006 are in the process of being converted into mobile format. SI is moving into a multi-platform press that makes its swimsuit issue a multimedia event which will appear on Spike TV, on the Web and on a cellphone and iPod.


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