SmartVideo Technologies announced that the Company will exhibit at the CTIA Wireless I.T. and Entertainment 2004 show in San Francisco October 25 – 27; showcasing its high quality mobile videocapabilities in Booth Number 442 located directly across from the Verizon Wireless booth. SmartVideo’s robust delivery of fully synced video and audio to cell phone subscribers provides a uniqueoutlet for owners and distributors of video content to make their programming available to any audience, anytime, anywhere. CTIA, expected to attract nearly 12,000 attendees this year and over 200exhibitors, is the one show in the industry that covers every single aspect of mobile data.
” In-Stat/MDR’s recent Consumer Mobility Study (CMS) revealed that 13.2% of US wireless subscribers are extremely to very interested in purchasing video services for their wireless phones. Also, in a separate report published in May by In-Stat/MDR, Mobile Video Services in the US, 2004-2009, the findings illustrate consumers’ pent-up demand for entertainment, news, sports and specialty television programming, even when away from their home. This study further drives the point home by projecting mobile video services revenue to increase from $269 Million in 2005 to more than $5.4 Billion in 2009,” said Richard E. Bennett, Jr., SmartVideo’s President and CEO.
“I invite everyone with an interest in this market to visit us in booth 442 at the CTIA show and see something special – ‘live TV on cell phones’,” Bennett continued.
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