Ignoring Mobile TV Propaganda

An unscientific website survey has found that the majority of people say they don’t want TV on their phones — unsurprising, considering the majority of people haven’t seen a demo…
“So far, 57 percent of you say you don’t want video or TV delivered to your cell phones. Another 28 percent say you’d only pay $5 or less for it. In other words, the vast majority of respondents — 85 percent — say that mobile TV and video are either unimportant or is only slightly important. Another 14 percent say they’d pay up to $20 a month and only two percent say they’d pay more than that.”
There are 194.6 million mobile phone users in the US, so you’re looking at almost 30 million in that $5-20 price range, which I suspect would make the carriers pretty happy.