Parks Associates has come out with a claim that the mobile broadcast TV market in the US is poised for consolidation — a big claim considering it’s concerning an industry that hasn’t even started. Mind you, they do have a good point — counting Sprint’s planned WiMAX service there’s four broadcast TV players gearing up to fight for the US market. The obvious solution is for the two DVB-H players (Crown Castle’s Modeo and Aloha Partner’s Hiwire) to get together, if only because they have the same technology. The press release is here.
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