Mobile Television (Mobile TV)
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Techopedia explains Mobile Television (Mobile TV)
Other kinds of mobile television are also being introduced to this broadening consumer environment. Mobile television is evolving from the traditional broadcast medium in the same way that cable television evolved from traditional network television. The difference is that the venues for broadcasts are being fragmented into different types of wireless networking setups.
Mobile television also involves different kinds of technical production. One is Wi-Fi or WiMAX, where TV broadcasts are streamed through the Internet. Other systems use terrestrial networks to send wireless or radio signals from terrestrial base stations locally. Other methods use existing satellite technology to deliver broadcasts. All of these tactical strategies support the versatile nature of mobile television, which may overshadow traditional cable television or satellite dish setups in the same way that today's smartphone carrier models have eclipsed the landline telephone service of the 20th century.
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