nextMedia Liveblog: Bringing content to smartphones

November 30th, 2009 by Chris Hogg Leave a reply »

As smartphones become an increasingly common choice for consumers, content creators and application developers must figure out if the mobile Internet really that different from the rest of the worldwide Web. Digital Journal liveblogs this nextMedia talk.

Smartphones are all the range today, from the iPhone to Android-enabled devices. As they rise in popularity, content producer need to recognize the mobile space and how to best distribute content to mobile users.
This panel discussion at Toronto’s nextMedia conference will analyze the various business models sprouting from the smartphone field. We will be liveblogging the discussion, so click on the liveblog widget below.

Some questions bound to be answered include:

  • What’s the experience of 14’ screens vs. 2’ screens?
  • Why has mobile content yet to thrive commercially?
  • With mobile browser technology undergoing a surge in evolution past the humble WAP beginning and the reality of a flash-enabled browsers just around the corner, what does this imply for broadband players and content widely available via the worldwide web?

Discussing the smartphone space include: Michael Carter, Co-Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer – MyThum Interactive Inc; Sara Diamond, President – Ontario College of Art & Design; Kunal Gupta, CEO of Polar Mobile.

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