Mobile TV

  • Mobile Television enables consumers to view television content via their mobile phones.
  • Big players include South Korea. The UK based company, BT was the first company outside the Korea to offer the service to it’s users.
  • There are a numerous ways in which users can view television content. These include Video-on-demand, traditional/linear and live TV programmes.
  • The 3G network is the fastest way to deliver this service
  • BBC One launched it’s first mobile TV service on 1st October 2007.
  • Richard Halton (BBC’s controller of Business Strategy) “In the emerging world of media delivery, the BBC is delighted to have this opportunity to learn more about how viewers will consume digital audio and video content on mobile handsets on a trial basis”
  • Challenges- Uses up a lot of Battery power
                          Need to increase current mobile memory capacities to allow for long hours of mobile viewing, and video sharing.
                          Users often have to purchase extra handsets to take advantage of this service
                         Popular shows may need to be edited therefore becoming shorther in length.
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About Kanika

Having worked within the creative industries for a number of years now, I wanted to use this flare as an expression of some of my greatest passions; these being travel, writing, environmental and wildlife conservation and learning about new cultures from all around the world. I have loved and been fascinated by wildlife and nature from a very young age. I follow the work of many organisations and charities that work tirelessly towards conserving the Earth's wildlife as well as rescuing them from often extreme cruelty and tragic conditions. Mahatma Gandhi once said, "You must be the change you wish to see in the world". So, I wanted to use this blog as a way of conveying my own narratives, observations and experiences of all the natural beauty that this Earth has to offer.

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