Mobile TV - To Live or Die by Content

  title={Mobile TV - To Live or Die by Content},
  author={Christer Carlsson and Pirkko Walden},
  journal={2007 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'07)},
Mobile TV is described as a natural and evolutionary next step as mobile phones get more multimedia features. Mobile network operators expect mobile TV to support the adoption of 3G as they expect consumers to start shifting the use of mobile phones from simply communicating with each others to proactively searching for information. Here the logic is not very clear as TV basically is a broadcast medium for passive reception of content which is pre-selected, produced and transmitted and thus… CONTINUE READING
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