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Anne Schelle
1200 G Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20005
(317) 701-0084

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Washington, D.C., United States

Statement About Next Steps for the Mobile Content Venture


WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Nov 19, 2010 / (http://www.myprgenie.com) -- Anne Schelle, Executive Director of the Open Mobile Video Coalition, today issued this statement regarding the Mobile Content Venture:


"The Open Mobile Video Coalition, which represents nearly 900 broadcast TV stations through America, enthusiastically supports today's announcement by the Mobile Content Venture as a vital next step for the broad deployment of Mobile Digital TV for viewers. MCV's plans clearly show their intent to initiate Mobile DTV service in markets throughout the country. After years of refining the Mobile DTV standard, perfecting the technological aspects of the service and learning what consumers want to see on Mobile DTV, the industry is ready to provide the a true Mobile DTV service. Consumers have said time and again that they want to watch a variety of programming on-the-go, including live local news, sports, with access to emergency announcements and their favorite entertainment programs. Today's announcement by MCV is a significant step in that direction."


Details of the Mobile Content Venture announcement can be found here: http://lnk.nu/prnewswire.com/1h69.html.



Contact: Dave Arland, Dave@ArlandCom.com, (317) 701-0084

Category: Television
Word Count:196
Tags: mobile TV, mobile digital TV, mobile digital television
Weblinks: http://www.openmobilevideo.com/

Open Mobile Video Coalition

Representing over 900 TV stations across the country, the Open Mobile Video Coalition is a voluntary association of television broadcasters whose mission is to accelerate the development of mobile digital television in the United States. The OMVC is composed of 36 members that own and operate over 500 commercial television stations, as well as the Association of Public Television Stations, Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Public Broadcasting Service, which represent an additional 360 public television stations. Membership in the OMVC is open to all U.S.-based television broadcasters. OMVC also includes device and transmission equipment manufacturers and software and middleware providers who are part of the Mobile DTV Forum, which works collaboratively with OMVC broadcast members to advance the rollout of Mobile TV products and services.



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