- Santai TV via iOS apps. // Malay Mail;10/12/2012, p22
The article informs that Malaysian mobile operator Fine Mobile Network Sdn. Bhd. announced on October 11, 2012 that the Santai television (TV) channels could be viewed by iPhone users with the availability of relevant Apple's iPhone Operating System (iOs) applications (apps).
- Not into mobile search? Just wait a couple years. Cuneo, Alice Z. // Advertising Age;8/28/2006, Vol. 77 Issue 35, p24
This article focuses on a Forrester study regarding the possible usage of Internet-search marketing by marketers in their marketing mixes. According to search analyst Greg Sterling of Sterling Market Intelligence, mobile search is not here yet but the pace of improvement has accelerated. Some of...
- DVB-T technology: Going places. Lee Chin Siong // World Broadcast Engineering;Jul/Aug2001 Supplement, Vol. 24, p10
Reports the launching of a mobile television broadcasting service by MediaCorp TV in Singapore. Use of DVB technology to deliver mobile TV programs; Installation of mobile digital television services in commuter buses; Provision of digital television channels within an eight megahertz channel...
- ZappoTV Brings iOS Content To TVs. Tarr, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics;12/19/2011, Vol. 26 Issue 25, p54
The article reports on ZappoTV's introduction of a free Mobile Media Center application for iOS devices which allow users to combine media content through mobile devices and watch it on an Internet-connected television.
- Phones ring changes. Osborne, Magz // Variety;7/1/2002, Vol. 387 Issue 7, p19
Talks about the popularity of using mobile phone short messaging service (SMS) in interactive television (TV) shows in Singapore as of July 2002. Concept of the MTV show 'M-Pop'; TV shows of CNBC Asia which encourage the use of SMS by their audience.
- Missed it? Here's how to catch up. // Mail on Sunday;11/17/2013, p53
BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 offer free catch-up services, accessible on many TV boxes, computers, tablets and smartphone apps.
- Planes, trains and automobiles. Birkmaier, Craig // Broadcast Engineering;Jun2002, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p12
Provides information on digital television (DTV) broadcasting. Attitude of broadcasters toward DTV; Expansion of the use of mobile telecommunications infrastructure; Details of a report on subscribers to cable and non-cable multichannel video program distributors; Competition in terrestrial...
- Channel 4 youth drama extends story with episodes on mobile. Pearse, Justin // New Media Age;9/8/2005, p3
The article reports that Channel 4 is planning to integrate a mobile video series alongside a television show using the same actors and writers in Great Britain as of September 2005. New drama series Totally Frank, one of Channel 4 network's flagship shows, will offer viewers the chance to watch...
- MOBILE TELEVISION: STRONG, WEAK, OR ZERO RECEPTION? Dipert, Brian // EDN Europe;Mar2008, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p36
The author reflects on the quality of the services being rendered on mobile television in Europe. He states that the wide adoption of mobile television causes a lot of questions especially on the services offered to consumers. Moreover, the author discusses several television services from...