Emmy Award For MobiTV And Sprint

Posted: Aug 26 2005, 10:41am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:24pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


Emmy Award for MobiTV and Sprint
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MobiTV and Sprint receive 2005 Primetime Emmy Engineering Award.

We reported about MobiTV in 2004 the first time. MobiTV enables mobile phone users to watch live TV.
This is the first Emmy Award for the wireless industry. MobiTV and Sprint were the first companies to put live mobile television in the hands of consumers in the United States in November 2003.
More details in this press-release. About MobiTV:
MobiTV, Inc. (formerly known as Idetic, Inc.) is the first global multimedia network and technology company providing television services to the 1.6 billion mobile phone and handset users worldwide. The MobiTV® service is available in the US through Sprint, Cingular and several regional carriers; in the United Kingdom through Orange UK; and is now available to Canadian customers through Rogers and Bell Canada. The service offers many popular TV channels from content providers such as MSNBC, ABC News Now, Fox Sports, ESPN 3GTV, NBC Mobile, CNBC, The Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel, The Weather Channel, Comedy Time, California Music Channel, Major League Baseball Highlight Channel and others including country-specific channels outside the United States. Founded in 1999, MobiTV is a privately-held company headquartered in Berkeley, CA.

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