Hand-held video: The hard cell

Fox, David
April 2006
TVB Europe;Apr2006, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p30
The article reports on the market for video to mobile phones, which has become a significant business despite low adoption rates in Europe in 2006. Key issues discussed include the rapid growth of the market and its potential to become an important earner for content providers and broadcasters in the region.


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