MobiTV Now Has 4 Million+ Subscribers

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MobiTV’s network for mobile television and radio has surpassed the four million subscriber mark.

Since launching its first mobile television service in November 2003, the company has deployed its Emmy Award-winning television offerings on more than 15 carrier networks, including Sprint, AT&T Wireless, Alltel, Telus, Rogers, and Bell Mobility.

“The company continues to accelerate its growth trajectory, adding another million subscribers in the past 10 months,” said Charlie Nooney, chairman and CEO, MobiTV. “We are thrilled to be on the cusp of mass market acceptance for mobile entertainment in North America.”

More About MobiTV

MobiTV currently offers  more than 50 channels available in the U.S. ,  with a mix of live television, video-on-demand, and satellite and digital music services programming from major brands such as ESPN, NBC, Disney Channel, A&E Networks, and Discovery Communications.

Its channel line-up also includes MSNBC, Animal Planet, Bravo, USA Network, Bloomberg Television, Access Hollywood, CNBC, CNET, Fox Business, Oxygen (Oh!), Pussycat Dolls, Sci Fi, The History Channel, The Weather Channel, TLC, ToonWorld TV Classics, V40 Top Hits, XM Radio and more. Available channel line-ups vary by carrier.

The service is available on more than 350 devices, the widest range of handsets in the mobile television industry. This includes Palm OS, Windows Mobile, and BlackBerry.

To learn more, or subscribe to the service, visit





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