Discover the best mobile and Internet TV content

If you are attending MIPCOM (8 - 12 October) in Cannes then remember that the Mobile and Internet TV Screenings and the Week-long Content Pavilion will provide the best...

Content gets mobile

Mobile TV is its own unique medium and content should be created specifically for it said South African filmmaker/media entrepreneur Jason Xenopoulos at the Screen Africa Breakfast Briefing on mobile content held in Johannesburg on 21 September.

MySpace to offer top programming

Studio Briefing reports that News Corp-owned MySpace has signed a deal with "Blood Diamond' producers Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick and the producers of TV shows "thirtysomething' and "My So-Called Life' to produce a 48-minute drama to be offered on MySpace in six eight-minute installments.

First DVB-H mobile TV launches in Nigeria

MultiChoice Africa in Nigeria has launched Africa’s first commercial mobile broadcast TV service in the city of Abuja.

Milestone in SA animation

Cape Town animation studio Triggerfish has just finished production on the longest internationally commissioned CG animation made in South Africa.

Abu Dhabi Group offers mobile content in Africa, Asia

A spokesperson for the Abu Dhabi Group announced on 2 September that Abu Dhabi Media set up mobile content offerings in Africa and Asia.

Confidence in news on Internet declines

Pew Research Center research released in the US mid August showed that public confidence in the fairness and accuracy of the news media to be on the decline, particularly among those who rely on the Internet as the main source of national and international stories.

MultiChoice launches DStv broadband trial

MultiChoice recently launched a trial website offering video content from selected local DStv channels, which can be streamed or downloaded to a PC.

Global mobile phone sales

KenRadio Broadcasting reports that after an expected post-holiday slump in handset shipments in the first quarter of the year, the worldwide mobile phone market grew at a respectable pace in the second quarter, with most vendors citing success in emerging markets, according to IDC.

Eastern Europe makes strides in digital TV

A new research report, Eastern European TV, from Informa Telecoms & Media, has found that central and eastern Europe is making great strides in the upgrade to digital TV.
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