OFFBEAT: Hoo-Hoo's Calling?

Stauder, Libby York
January 2007
Wireless Week;1/15/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p26
Trade Publication
The article reports that endangered species advocates at the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) are offering ringtones that feature the calls and sounds of some endangered species. The CBD Web site contains previews of the ringtones and photos and fact sheets of featured wildlife species, which can be directly downloaded by users to their phones. According to CBD Conservation Director Peter Galvin, average download of animal ringtones per day is 700.


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