RealNetworks will send audio and video streams of sports and news programming to consumers’ mobile phones. The digital media delivery company said that the programming will be available via AT&T Wireless, Cingular and T-Mobile–some of the leading U.S.cellular services.
Also read: “RealNetworks to Offer Streaming Media to Mobile Users“: “Subscribers won’t pay a monthly fee to access the content. But they will need a special mobile phone or a Pocket PC hand-held device equipped with RealNetworks software, and they’ll be charged normal usage fees to download digital data. With streaming, the content is downloaded as it plays. The cost of downloading data varies by wireless carrier but can range from 5 cents to 40 cents a kilobyte, according to company price lists.”
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