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  1. How to Get More TV in More Places as the Samsung Galaxy View With Bell Fibe TV App Comes to Canada

    Industry News
    Today Samsung Canada and Bell partnered together to launch Galaxy View, a smartscreen that enables portable TV and video entertainment anywhere in the home. As Samsung says it’s “designed to turn every room into a TV room”. The Galaxy View comes with an 18.4 inch Full HD touchscreen display...
  2. Global demand for mobile TV increases

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    Consumers desire for "anytime, anywhere" entertainment is radically changing the traditional TV viewing experience outside of Canada, according to a global study released today by Motorola Mobility. One notable finding in the global study of video consumption habits among 9,000 consumers in 16...
  3. Bell Mobile TV offers CTV and CTV2 for $1 an hour

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    Bell Media announced this week that it will offer live streaming of CTV and CTV Two to Bell Mobility Mobile TV subscribers. The cost to watch the networks live on your smartphone or tablet will $5 per month for the first five hours of viewing and $1 an hour after that. Discuss in Digital...
  4. U.S. mobile video viewership up 40%

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    The number of U.S. mobile subscribers watching video on their mobile devices rose more than 40 percent year-over-year in both the third and fourth quarters of 2010 according to a new report from The Nielsen Company. The researchers found that nearly 25 million Americans watched an average of...
  5. New Channels added to Bell’s Mobile TV service

    Bell Mobility, Solo and Virgin Mobile
    Just days after taking over CTVGlobemedia, Bell Mobility has announced that it is adding various former CTVGlobemedia stations to its Mobile TV service. I can't imagine many people sign up for this $5 per package per month for upto ten hours of viewing. Tablet package is $10 a month for up to...
  6. New Channels added to Bell's Mobile TV service

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    Just days after taking over CTVGlobemedia, Bell Mobility has announced that it is adding various former CTVGlobemedia stations to its Mobile TV service. The stations added include: BNN, CTV News Channel, TSN, TSN2, RDS, MTV and The Comedy Network - now available on Canada's best mobile...
  7. Vancouver Whitecaps games now available on Bell Mobility

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    Bell Mobility said today that it will offer all of this seasons Vancouver Whitecaps FC matches as part to of its Mobile TV sports package. Fans can watch the games by purchasing Bell's Mobile TV sports package. The package is $5 per month which includes ten hours of viewing. Additional usage...
  8. Americans watching more mobile video

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    In the second quarter of 2010, more Americans watched video on their mobile devices than ever before according to a recent report from Nielsen. The research firm found that while the number of people watching videos on their mobile phones remains relatively small compared to TV, the numbers are...
  9. CFL games now showing on Bell Mobility smartphones

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    Bell today announced an agreement to deliver live coverage of Canadian Football League (CFL) game broadcasts to Bell Mobility smartphones and mobile TV enabled phones. The service is available across Canada today and includes all 2010 regular season and playoff games produced by TSN and RDS...
  10. Vizio enters Mobile TV Market with Razor series

    Portable Electronics: Cameras/eBooks/iPods/GPS
    Vizio has announced that it will be one of the first manufacturers to enter the new mobile television market by offer three portable LED models including two capable of receiving broadcasts using the new ATSC-M/H mobile/handheld platform that can be operate in moving vehicles. Very cool indeed...
  11. Vizio enters Mobile TV Market with Razor series

    Industry News
    Vizio has announced that it will be one of the first manufacturers to enter the new mobile television market by offer three portable LED models including two capable of receiving broadcasts using the new ATSC-M/H mobile/handheld platform that can be operate in moving vehicles. The Vizio Razor...
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