Monday, May 13, 2013

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Dyle™ mobile TV turns compatible devices into a portable TV! Dyle is
working with a number of electronics manufacturers and wireless
carriers to develop a wide range of AndroidTM and iOS devices with
Dyle. Just look for the Dyle logo, and get live sports, news and
entertainment programming on-the-go.

In April 2010, 12 major broadcast groups came together to develop a
national mobile content service (Dyle™ mobile TV) through a joint
venture known as, Mobile Content Venture (MCV). MCV is comprised of
Fox, NBC, Telemundo, Pearl Mobile DTV and ION. The Pearl member
companies include: Belo Corp., Cox Media Group, E.W. Scripps General,
Inc., Gannett Broadcasting, Hearst, Media General, Meredith Corp.,
Post-Newsweek Stations, Inc. and Raycom Media.

MCV and its participants will provide content to portable devices
using broadcast spectrum, including live local and national news,
sports and entertainment programming. Broadcast spectrum for Dyle™
mobile TV will initially come from the founding MCV members: Fox, NBC,
& Telemundo, Pearl Mobile DTV and ION. In addition, MCV is actively
working with Fox and NBC affiliates, as well as additional
broadcasters, to expand the broadcast footprint.

MCV plans to roll out Dyle mobile TV in at least 35 DMAs. At launch,
the Dyle will initially consist of at least two ad-supported,
free-to-consumer channels in each DMA. Additional channels and markets
are expected to be added. In order to receive Dyle, consumers will
need a device capable of receiving a specific type of mobile video
broadcast (ATSC-MH), encrypted with standards-based conditional
access. See coverage map.

Dyle™ mobile TV is not available in all markets, and coverage may vary
across participating markets and by zip code within a market. Please
check the map to see if signals are available in your area. Using the
map, you can also see which TV broadcast networks are offered in your
location. Map results are based on theoretical coverage and do not
guarantee reception. External variables factor affecting reception may
include building heights and variations in geographic terrains.

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