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Dyle Expands Mobile TV Footprint and Content Offering

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Apr 8, 2013, 10:36 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Dyle mobile TV is now available in three more markets, improving its total reach to 57% of Americans. According to Dyle, customers in Baltimore, Jacksonville, and Salt Lake City now have access to its mobile TV service, which offers 116 stations across 39 markets. In addition to the network expansion, Dyle has signed another broadcasting group, Sinclair, which runs a number of NBC and CBS affiliates in major markets around the country. Dyle mobile TV is available on the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G, which is sold by MetroPCS. Dyle uses ATSC-M/H, a special mobile variant of the same technology used for over-the-air digital TV broadcasts. Dyle TV content is free to access with the proper equipment.

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Apr 8, 2013, 5:34 PM

I wish this service was available on all wireless carriers. . .

I don't know what the deal is with Americans and why MobileTv & mobile payments haven't cought on in the U.S., I really don't. Aren't we a mobile society? I'd like to watch more video content on my smartphone, this capability should be available on all carriers, and all smartphone!
well I think it is directly related to the general way TV Broadcasters/providers control in the US!
more than the mobile screens, how the hell would you pay at least $100 to get TV ? and it's not even with a guarantee that there will be no or less ad...
It's free just like TV. Your carrier doesn't need to get involved at all. All that is needed is the proper hardware in the device.

It doesn't use any cellular data or any other carrier services so the carriers can't make money off of it and perhaps...
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