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NEW YORK, June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is
available in its catalogue:

Mobile TV Market: Analysis and Opportunities 2010-2015

http://www.reportlinker.com/p0210916/Mobile-TV-Market-Analysis-and-Opportunities-2010-2015.html

This latest report on the Mobile TV market reviews upcoming innovative technologies and existing
applications & standards related to the Mobile TV industry. The report also explains the commercial
feasibility of the Mobile TV market's current infrastructure with recommendations for both network operators
and broadcasters.

This report details the huge business opportunities for companies to exploit.

General consensus is that the mobile TV market is that the mobile TV market is set to grow on a rapid rate in
the near future with a staggering 50-55% CAGR. By the end of 2008 there were around 75 million estimated
users in the mobile TV market and 45% of them were reported to be South Koreans or Japanese.

This phenomenal market share may increase in proportion in the future, but neighbouring markets like India
and China can also be seen as the potential for the upcoming mobile TV market. Rapid adoption in the US and
European markets would also help in developing the mobile TV industry market in the rest of the world.

The author believes that the market in the Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow on a rapid scale in the
coming years as the region has started to cut short its declining ARPU by implementing new VAS services to
the market on competitive rates and by introducing home grown standards - which are also leveraging the cost
on the network operator's side.

Asian markets have realised that mobile TV applications could be used as an extension to mobile video
services and could be used as killer applications in order to generate revenues; for mobile network operators
and carriers - as the mobile market has already reached saturation point. As we outline in this report - South
Korea tested and implemented the DMB standard back in 2005 with the extension of S-DMB (Satellite Digital
Multimedia Broadcasting) and T-DMB (Terrestrial Digital Multimedia Broadcasting) and from there the
market has grown immensely.

Our latest Mobile TV global market report covers all significant market around the world and provides a
regional analysis based on our extensive research. The recent approval of DTV standards in the United States
would enable broadcasters to provide the ATSC mobile DTV programming free of cost and advertising would
be the only source of revenue for broadcasters. The mobile DTV equipment is relatively low in cost and the
spectrum being used is already allocated. Italy is the most advanced Mobile TV market in Europe and
possibly the most advanced market outside of Japan and Korea. Three of the four major operators have
Mobile TV services, with 3 being the first to launch. The company saw significant growth with Mobile TV


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during the World Cup, although Visiongain believes additional subscriber growth has been harder to attain.

The author also believes that Mobile TV will gain traction in South East Asia with reference to bundle
packages and availability of compatible handsets. In particular, the teenage market and commuters are the
segments that should be targeted with the service in specific. However, mobile TV might remain distant from
the concept of being a killer application it was once thought to be.

How much are individual countries/regions planning to spend on Mobile TV between 2010 and 2020? How
much will Mobile TV demand increase over the period 2010-2020? Who are the leading companies in the
Mobile TV industry? Where are the growth opportunities over the next decade â in which geographical
region and with which type of technology? These critical questions and many more are definitively answered
in this comprehensive report.

Why you should buy Mobile TV Market: Analysis and Opportunities 2010-2015

The main benefits from purchasing this report:

â ¢ You will gain an understanding of the market and learn how it will change over the next decade, with
detailed global market forecasts from 2010 to 2015

â ¢ You will receive regional sales forecasts and gain insight into market drivers, restraints and growth
forecasts for each market

â ¢ You will gain insight into major important game-changing technological developments within the
industry

â ¢ You will be able to examine over 60 tables, charts and graphs detailing the global Mobile TV market in
detail

â ¢ You will gain knowledge of who the leading players are within the marketplace

â ¢ You will receive a SWOT analysis for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for Mobile TV
companies from 2010 onwards,

What is the report about and what does it cover?

This brand new exclusive report on the Mobile TV Market: Analysis and Opportunities 2010-2015 also gives
an insight on the evolving free to air analogue services which are gaining rapid popularity hence the concept
of paying to view mobile content may diminish with time therefore companies have to review their package
prices on a regular basis and create more attraction in the package while offering bundle and quadruple
services. Despite the fact that the broadcasting world is quickly moving towards the digital standards and in
some parts of the world the standard has already been acquired, more than 80% of the world is viewing
analogue transmission and would continue to do so. Free to air analogue Mobile TV services have increased
consumer adoption and demand within its early launch period and this report examines the market in greater
detail, focusing on demand within the Mobile TV sector.

Do you want to be informed about the latest opportunities? You can stay ahead by ordering this report today.

Who needs to read this report?

Directors, VP and Senior managers in:

â ¢ Mobile/Cellular carriers and operators



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â ¢ Companies and brands linked with Mobile TV

â ¢ Mobile TV broadcasters and related associations

â ¢ Mobile TV chipset vendors

â ¢ Mobile TV portable device manufacturers

â ¢ Mobile handset manufacturers

Anybody with an interest in the Mobile TV industry should gain valuable information and insight from this
new study by Visiongain, which analyses one of the most important and fastest growing submarkets of the
Telecoms industry. The Mobile TV market offers substantial opportunities in several key markets for
telecoms companies to capitalise upon.

Gain an understanding of how to tap into the huge potential of this exciting market by ordering today Mobile
TV Market: Analysis and Opportunities 2010-2015

Table of Contents

Executive summary

E1) Asia-pacific to lead the Mobile TV industry

E2) Mobile TV is directly proportional to Smartphone industry

E3) Fierce competition in the presence of large screen televisions: Could Mobile TV become the next killer
app?

E4) Regulatory issues and legal framework could be the barriers.

1 Reviewing the industry. From pilot phase to commercial launch

1.1 TV on the go: Necessity or luxury?

1.1.1 What actually is Mobile TV?

Figure 1: an overview of Satellite and Terrestrial Mobile TV network

1.1.1.1 A brief History

1.1.2 from terrestrial to digital airwaves

Figure 2: The process of switchover to Digital TV

1.2 Digital pay-TV (DTV)

1.3 Digital terrestrial TV (DTT)

1.4 Internet Protocol TV (IPTV)

Chart 2: Global IPTV subscriber growth

1.5 Internet TV


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1.5.1 Catch up TV

1.6 Mobile TV standards

1.7 Mobile operator objectives with mobile TV

1.8 BT and Virgin mobile pioneering mobile TV in UK

1.9 Broadcast Australia's successful trial

1.9.1 MBMS and 3 Trial

Figure 3: Evolution of 3GPP

1.10 CMMB official launch

1.11 Mobile TV: Slow uptake due to lack of ubiquity

1.12 Rapid expansion in Korean Mobile TV arena

1.13 Major development is expected in the near future

2 Key vendors and value chain analysis

2.1 Vendors in the mobile TV sector

Figure 4: Value chain of Mobile TV

2.2 Operator analysis

Chart 3: Performance of service providers

2.2.1 3 Austria

2.2.2 Alcatel-lucent

2.2.3 AT&T

2.2.4 BT

2.2.5 China Mobile

2.2.6 Orange

2.2.7 O2

2.2.8 Qualcomm

2.2.9 Verizon

2.2.10 Vodafone

2.2.11 Telefonica



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2.2.12 MTS

2.3 Middleware vendors, semiconductor firms and chipset providers

Table 1: Top 20 semiconductor suppliers by 2009

2.3.1 AMD

2.3.2 Cisco

2.3.3 Ericsson

2.3.4 Envivio

2.3.5 Harmonic

2.3.6 Kit Digital

2.3.7 Motorola

2.3.8 Newport Media

2.3.9 SeaChange

2.3.10 Siano

2.3.11 Sezmi

2.3.12 Texas Instruments

2.3.13 Tivit

2.3.14 Verimatrix

3 Deployment scenario: existing and upcoming technologies and standards

3.1 Digital technology standards behind TV on mobile phones

3.1.1 CMB

3.1.2 CMMB

Figure 5: Network overlay of CMMB

3.1.3 DMB

3.1.4.1 T-DMB

3.1.4.2 DMB-TH

3.1.5 DVB

3.1.5.1 DVB-H



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Table 2: Comparison of DVB-T and ISDB-T

3.1.5.2 DMB VS. DVB-H

Figure 6: Multistream distribution for DVB-T/H

3.1.6 T-MMB

3.1.7 Media-Flo

3.1.8 ISDB-T

Figure 7: OFDM segments

3.1.9 MDTV/ATSC

3.1.9.1 Could DTV be a threat to FLO TV?

3.1.10 OneSeg

Chart 4: Shipment of 1Seg enabled Mobile phones in Japan

3.1.11 Video Codecs for Mobile broadcasting

3.1.11.1 MPEG-4 AVC/H.264

Chart 5: Shipments of Digital TV's by MPEG Decoder type

3.2.1 Sprint-Nextel

3.2.2 Flo TV

3.2.3 DVB-H Trials

3.2.4 BT Movio

3.2.5 TDTV Trial in the UK

3.2.6 OFDM and BST-COFDM

3.2.7 TU Media

3.2.8 Sky and iPhone

3.2.9 Watch TV on your Smartphone

3.3: Further classifying major players and Chip manufacturers.

3.3.1 Axel Technologies

3.3.2 TTP

3.3.3 Mobixell's Videon



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3.3.4 Slingbox

3.3.5 Mobile TV and IPTV

Figure 8: A comparison of broadcast network vs. unicast network

3.3.6 Sirius

3.3.7 Rosum integrates with Siano

3.3.8 MobiTV

3.3.9 Mobile TV on GPRS technology

3.3.10 Comcast

3.3.11 Dibcom

3.3.12 KVH Industries

3.3.13 Nagravision SA

3.3.14 RaySat Inc.

3.3.15 Dish Network Corporation

4 Device availability and the handset market

4.1 Companies

4.2 Mobile Handsets and TV integration

4.2 .1 Picture Quality

4.2.2 User input and interactive menus

4.2.3 Device integration costs

4.2.4 Multi technology mobile TV chips

4.3: Mobile handset market

4.3.1 Nokia N96

4.3.1.1 Nokia 5330

4.3.1.2 Nokia N77

4.3.2 Samsung

4.3.2.1 SCH-M220 - the first broadcast TV handset

4.3.2.2 SGH-P900 and SGH-P910



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4.3.2.3 SCH-W890

4.3.2.4 Samsung Moment

4.3.3 LG

4.3.3.1 LG-U900

4.3.3.2 LG VUC195

4.3.3.3 LG HB620T

4.3.3.4 LG Arena

4.3.4 Sony Ericsson

4.3.4.1 Sony Ericsson Vivaz

4.3.4.2 Sony Ericsson W995

4.3.5 Panasonic VIERA P905i

4.4 Blackberry devices

4.5 iPhone

4.6 Portable TV handsets

4.6.1 Motorola DH01

4.6.2 Samsung Star S5233T

4.6.3 Cydle P29A

4.6.4 Sungale Kula

4.6.6 Vizio VMB090

4.6.7 LG DP570MH

4.6.8 Sony Bravia XDV G200 and XDV D500

5 Regional analysis, regulatory issues and the revenue prospects

Figure 9: Mobile TV broadcast standards around the world

5.1 US mobile TV market

Chart 6: US TV viewing hours per quarter

5.1.1 US approves mobile DTV standards

5.1.1.1 OMVC



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5.1.2 Mobile TV US and Flo tv

5.1.2.1 Mobile TV in Latin America

Chart 7: Mobile TV subscriber forecast in Latin America (In Millions)

5.1.3 DVB-SH moves into Spain

5.1.4 Norway launches MiniTV

5.1.5 France telecom

5.1.6 Mobile TV penetration in UK

5.1.6.1 Mobile TV in UK and success of iPhone

5.1.7 For Indian mobile TV market

5.1.8 Mobile TV potential for India

5.1.8.1 Indians showing more interest in Mobile TV according to KPMG.

5.1.9 DNA in Finland to launch DVB-H

5.1.10 Telcel and ROK in Mexico

5.1.11 Mobile TV market for Asia-Pacific

5.1.12 Asia-Pacific to lead

Figure 9: Mobile TV audience

5.1.12.1 Korean Mobile TV

Chart 8: Korean T-DMB device growth

5.1.12.2 Japanese Mobile TV

5.1.13 Russian DVB-H trial

5.1.14 Mobile TV scenario in Gulf and the UAE

5.1.15 Australian Mobile TV trials

5.1.16 CMMB getting stronghold in China

Chart 9: Chinese Mobile and TV related market growth

5.1.17 RTL Netherlands to launch Mobile TV

5.1.18 Canadian perspective of Mobile TV

5.1.19 Mobile TV penetration in Africa



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Chart 10: Mobile penetration in Africa

5.2 Regulatory and relevant issues

5.2.1 Copyright protection

5.2.2 DRM and Content protection

5.2.2.1 Regulating Content

5.2.3 License Clearing house

5.2.4 OMA and protection standards

5.2.5 Legal complications

5.2.6 from the broadcaster's perspective

5.2.7 Spectrum Issues

5.2.8 The increasing amount of on-demand apps

5.2.9 Small screen vs. large screen

5.2.10 Reduced battery life for Mobile Handsets

5.3 Revenue generation

5.3.1 Will people have to pay license fees?

5.3.2 Pricing models

5.3.3 Flat-rate subscriptions

5.3.4 Pay monthly

5.3.5 Pay per view

5.3.6 Revenue sharing

5.3.7 Customer targets and segmentation

5.3.8 Mobile advertising

Chart 11: Projected Mobile advertising revenues

5.3.9 Learning from the video download market

5.3.10 streaming vs. broadcasting

6 Future Exploitations

6.1 Would mobile TV pose a threat to video downloads?



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6.2 Increased number of deployments

6.3 Handsets

6.4 Spectrum availability

6.5 Fragmented model

6.6 How to price mobile TV

6.7 Advertising

6.8 Challenge to operators

6.9 Do people really want mobile TV?

7. Outlook and forecasts: The war between broadcasters and carriers

7.1 Mobile TV to grow rapidly after 2010 despite awareness and price issues

Chart 12: Global Mobile TV revenues

7.2 Content providers

7.3 Content aggregators

7.4 Telecoms network operators

7.5 Mobile Handset makers

Chart 13: Global Mobile TV enabled handsets

7.6 Consumers

Chart 14: Analog Mobile TV subscriber forecast

7.7 The rise of Analog free-to-air services

Chart 15: Analog Mobile TV subscriber forecast

7.8 Would pricing be the key factor?

7.9 VAS

7.10 Advertising

Chart 16: advertisement based Mobile TV

7.11 The outcome of Mobile TV advertising

7.12 Interactivity

7.13 Significance of pricing



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Chart 17: Price as a barrier in the adoption of Mobile TV

8. Conclusion and Recommendations

8.1 Conclusion

8.2 Recommendations

8.2.1 For MNO's

8.2.2 For Device manufacturers

8.2.3 For third party vendors

8.2.4 For BroadcastersÂ

Companies Listed

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Abertis Telecom

Abu Dhabi Media Company

Adobe

Alcatel-Lucent

AMD

America Movile

Android

Apple

Asiaspace

AT&T

Axel technologies

Barclay's

BBC

Beeline

Bell Mobility

Bessemer Venture

Billniemeyer.tv



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Blinkbox

Bouygues Telecom

Broadcast Australia

BSNL

BT

C&S technology

Canal+

CBS

Cellular News

CENELEC

Channel 4

China Mobile

Cingular Wireless

Cisco

CMB

CMMB

CNAB Science and technology

CNET

CNN

Comcast

CRTC

CSMBC

CTIA

Cydle

Debitel

DFJ-Tamir-Fishman

DiBcom



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Dibcom

DigiBnetwork

Digita

Digital broadcasts experts group

Dish Network

DisplaySearch

DNA oy

Doordarshan

Du

Dubai Media

EBU

Elgato

Emirates Communication and Technologies Company

EMTC

Envivio

Ericsson

ESA

ESPN

Etisalat

ETSI

Eurotechnology Japan

Fuugo

Harmonic

Homechoice

HTC

Huawei

Global Telecoms Insight



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I2G

IN-Stat

Intel

IPWirelesss

ITV

JVP

Kamera

KDDI

Kit Digital

Korea Broadcasting Commission

KOX TV

KPMG

Kudelski group

KVH industries

LG

M-Net

Media-Flo

MEF

Microsoft

MiTV

Mobix

Mobixell

MobiTV

Motorola

MSNBC

MTN

MTNL



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MTS

MTVNL

Multichoice

Nagravision

Newport Media

Nexit Ventures

Nickelodeon

Nielson Mobile

NMTV

Nokia

NRK

NTL

NTT Docomo

OMA

OMVC

Orange

Panasonic

PCCW

Playstation

Pyramid Research

Qualcomm

QuickPlay

Radio Wroclaw

Rai Way

RaySat

Real Networks

Reed business



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Rentrak

RIM

RTE

RTL

Rogers Wireless

ROK TV

Rosum

Samsung

Sand video and imagination

Scientific Atlanta

Schweizer Radio

Screen digest

SeaChange

Setanta

Sezmi

SFR

Siano

Siemens

Singapore broadcast corporation

Sirius

Sistema

Skartela

Sky

Slingmedia

Smart Communication

Softbank

Sony



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Sony Ericsson

Spice Telecom

Sprint Nextel

Springboard Research

Star Ventures

Sungale

Symbian

T Mobile

Talk Talk

Telstra

Texas instruments

Telefonica

Telegent

Telcel

Tele 2

Telus Mobility

TiMi Tech

Tivit

TNS

Toshiba

TTP

TU Media

TV Globo

TV2

Valups

Vantrix

Verimatrix



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Verizon

Vimpelcom

Virgin

Vizio

Vodacom

Vodafone

Volantis

VMC

VTVÂ

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