The UK chapter of the lie met at the end of January. The hot topic?
Mobile Television - Killer App.?
Report by Rex Winsbury
Will a mobile TV that also happens to act as a mobile phone and mobile text-messenger become the TV screen of choice for ordinary consumers as they move round the house? That was the intriguing but challenging prospect raised at a vigorous discussion of the potential for mobile TV. And what would the animal look like when it fully emerged from its lair in the deeper recesses of the spectrum? Who would be its keeper? And after all the shouting, will it be good for nothing more than an alternative way of watching the same old TV soaps, music clips and news programmes so familiar from our old friends, terrestrial and cable TV?
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