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Katie’s got the report from CES on Verizon’s Vcast Mobile TV over on GigaOM. She pokes a few holes in the initial presentation — an unclear but probably steep price point, fuzzy plans for incorporating user-generated content, and Verizon President and COO Denny Strigl’s admission that […]

Katie’s got the report from CES on Verizon’s Vcast Mobile TV over on GigaOM. She pokes a few holes in the initial presentation — an unclear but probably steep price point, fuzzy plans for incorporating user-generated content, and Verizon President and COO Denny Strigl’s admission that he can only handle 15 to 20 minutes per day watching the service.

Verizon has signed content deals for the service with the likes of CBS, Comedy Central, FOX, NBC, and MTV. Katie says she saw a about a 2-second pause between channel changes, that with a rumored makeshift Qualcomm MediaFLO tower outside the hotel. Any of you Verizon customers out there think you’ll sign up?

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