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US Broadcasters Working Towards Streaming TV to Your Cell Phone

Would You Watch Broadcast TV on Your Cell Phone?

Local TV stations may soon have the ability to broadcast live TV straight to your cell phone. Unlike YouTube, the service won't be on-demand. Instead, you'll be able to tune into live local television on your phone while stations will be able to offer both free and paid channels. Obviously, the technology won't work on existing mobile phones, but LG, Samsung, and Dell have already released prototype devices. And it's about time — this technology is already a huge hit in Japan!

With services like DVR and TV on-demand changing, this technology might breathe new life into broadcast TV. Would you buy a new gadget and use this service?

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bethinabox bethinabox 7 years
I'd like to have the option available, but I don't know how often I'd use it.
Akasha Akasha 7 years
Absolutely. Then I wouldn't have had to miss the Yankees kicking butt last night and tonight.
LilGlamDiva LilGlamDiva 7 years
In a pinch I might, but I think a screen that small would bug me after a little while. I definitely wouldn't rely on it
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