CES 2013

TVB: Local TV Takes Lead Role In Mobile DTV

Abby Auerbach, TVB’s executive VP and chief marketing officer: "Television broadcasters' rollout of mobile DTV via Dyle and MyDTV is gaining momentum on smartphones and tablets and companies supporting this initiative, including Metro PCS, RCA and Samsung is proof of the leadership role local television broadcasters are taking in screen shifted television."
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Broadcast TV trade group the TVB today issued a statement Abby Auerbach, the group’s executive VP and chief marketing officer, about mobile DTV and recent rollouts of the technology:

"Mobile is all the rage at CES 2013 where technology developers and device manufacturers are furthering the evolution of a mobile and second-screen connected world. Within this world, the rapid adoption of Mobile Digital Television is allowing consumers to screen shift their TV viewing, in real time, from in-home HD TVs, to tablets, smartphones and in-vehicle infotainment systems thereby enabling their mobile lifestyles to synch with the broadcast TV news and content they desire.

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Within this world, the rapid adoption of Mobile Digital Television is allowing consumers to screen shift their TV viewing, in real time, from in-home HD TVs, to tablets and smartphones thereby enabling their mobile lifestyles to synch with the broadcast TV news and content they desire. Television broadcasters' rollout of mobile DTV via Dyle and MyDTV is gaining momentum on smartphones and tablets and companies supporting this initiative, including Metro PCS, RCA and Samsung is proof of the leadership role local television broadcasters are taking in screen shifted television."

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