25 Jan '11, 6am

For a dollar a month, Cinemacraft wants to bring TV broadcast to mobile devices

For a dollar a month, Cinemacraft wants to bring TV broadcast to mobile devices

Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. Powered by WP Greet Box Mobile TV hasn’t seen a huge uptake in its adoption rate despite manufacturers such as LG, Samsung and Dell releasing DTV-enabled products. Accessing TV on a mobile phone is often wrought with infrastructural issues such as network connection, mobile phone capability and the content format. Cinemacraft , a Singapore-based startup, is looking at broadcasting channels to mobile phones, albeit in a different way. Cinemacraft is a platform application that enables the content publishers to broadcast its channels on various handsets. Through its patented compression and video streaming technology, Cinemacraft aims to be a broadcast network for mobile phones. This includes even the low end devices, and now supports 70 GPRS and 300 3G enabled mobile dev...

Full article: http://e27.sg/2011/01/25/cinemacraft-streams-tv-to-mobile/

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