In addition to integrated experiences, FLO TV announced an expandedsuite of mobile TV services, including interactive capabilities,pay-per-day and event passes, and time-shifted viewing options. Thenew features will be available on the FLO TV™ service across a range ofmobile devices in the second half of 2010. New service applicationswill include:Interactivefeatures that will enable users to interact with programming andadvertising, allowing consumers to click for more information about ashow or click to buy an advertised product.Pay-per-day passesdesigned to offer pay-as-you-go flexibility, providing consumers theability to watch the FLO TV service without committing to a recurringmonthly subscription. Event passes will provide an easy way forexisting FLO TV subscribers to add premium content such as limitedengagement, special events to their programming lineup. Time-shiftedviewing, or 'catch-up TV,' that will allow popular shows to be storedon FLO-enabled mobile devices, thereby granting viewers the ability towatch their favorite shows on-demand, even outside of a coverage area.
In addition to integrated experiences, FLO TV announced an expandedsuite of mobile TV services, including interactive capabilities,pay-per-day and event passes, and time-shifted viewing options. Thenew features will be available on the FLO TV™ service across a range ofmobile devices in the second half of 2010. New service applicationswill include:
I still remember all the people rushing out to buy the new Beta Players, to replace those big VHS tapes. This is just like in the wild when the weak are prayed upon.
To me this only seems like a software issue? With all the net connected devises, Smartphones and I-touch, and Slate PC's I am sure this will be an add-on app.! That is either integrated into the new FIOS or AT&T services giving you home TV, that you can use the same connection on the go. Or, a downloadable application from those services, allowing you to take your service on all your portables :)
Then again, I hear some people still pay for Tivo service :O
If I really wanted to watch TV on the go, I would get a SlingBox and view the content on my phone and/or laptop.
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