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Internet video is expected to generate $5.8 billion by 2011, with ad-supported streaming to PCs and TVs accounting for $1.7 billion, while consumer spending on movie and TV downloads will top $4.1 billion — up from...
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Big Machine Records to provide content for Motorola`s iRadio

Big Machine Records to provide content for Motorola`s iRadio service
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MTV’s parent company Viacom announces licensing deal with new

MTV’s parent company Viacom announces licensing deal with new internet TV service Joost
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Warner Music Japan targets market of songs for cell phones

Warner Music Japan targets market of songs for cell phones specialized for boomers
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Music on demand firm choose Limelight Networks as content delivery

Music on demand firm choose Limelight Networks as content delivery platform for its Music Tablet kiosks
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Digital Music Group International announce long term digital

Digital Music Group International announce long term digital distribution agreement
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Suretone Records and ARTISTdirect announce peer to peer and video

Suretone Records and ARTISTdirect announce peer to peer and video content initiative
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The number of mobile phone subscribers in Russia, based on valid SIM

The number of mobile phone subscribers in Russia, based on valid SIM cards reported by operators, reached 152m in January 2007, up by 24m from January 2006. According to the report, this represents a Russian mobile penetration...
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Deal with platform providers to launch AIMI, an end-to-end solution

Deal with platform providers to launch AIMI, an end-to-end solution for operators
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Usage

By 2012 global SMS revenues are expected to reach $67 billion, driven by a whopping 3.7 trillion messages. The addition of new subscribers in markets such as Asia makes up for any decline in prices. Growth rate in Asia alone...
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TV

Digital STB market earned revenues of $1.77bn in 2006 and forecasts it to reach $4.23bn in 2010.
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Octone Records leaves Sony / BMG to go to Universal Music Group and

Octone Records leaves Sony / BMG to go to Universal Music Group and will be re-branded A&M / Octone