|12-18-2005, 10:26 AM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2003
Device: Treo 700p, Zodiac2
The state of Mobile Video
2005 could go down as the year mobile video started to gain traction due to numerous product announcements and content distribution deals. The most notable of these announcements was in October, when Apple released the new video-capable iPod combined with the availability of popular TV shows at the iTunes Music Store. Since Apple's announcement, news of competing mobile video distribution deals has been coming fast and furious.
An article at iMedia Connection entitled Mobile Video: Present and Future takes a look at mobile video and mobile-TV, detailing many of the challenges that the mobile entertainment market will face both near and long term:
Notably absent from this list was the mention of Digital Rights Management (DRM), which will inevitably play a major role as content providers attempt lock down and control how, when, and where consumers use their content.
Read the full article here.
[iMedia Connection via MocoNews]
|12-18-2005, 12:30 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2003
It's funny you picture Steve Jobs here since he's never been the most forefront guy when it comes to mobile video. At least Apple fanatics cannot say that Jobs invented mobile video
From a WSJ article dated June 14, 2004:
What about portable video?
Jobs: We don't see a market for people that want to watch video on these portable devices. What's happening is to build in video, some companies are making [these devices] twice as heavy as an iPod and twice the size of an iPod, so they don't fit in your pocket, and twice as expensive as an iPod.
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