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The king of mobile television content, MobiTV, has shut down its British office to focus squarely on the burgeoning U.S. market. While mobile TV still is in its infancy here in the U.S., we'd think there was more immediate potential across the pond. Guess not. MobiTV is shuttering services it provid

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April 29, 2007 at 8:23AM
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In a first for a U.S. television studio, NBC said that it would permit customers to purchase prime-time TV shows at will and on demand to play on their cellphones, similar to Verizon's new offering. Maybe the old guard of television sees how media viewing and takeaway content is changing, eh? Anyhoo

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If you've tried the native Verizon VCAST and Sprint Music Store features lately, did you come away feeling unimpressed and possibly frustrated? It's been mused that the reason mobile handset-based music services have not reached critical mass with consumers was because the limitations and difficult

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