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Private Label Mobile TV: subscription free live streaming service

The recently launched Private Label Mobile Television is a powerful platform for live streaming private label online cable networks, channels, pay-per-view, on demand or subscription channels, that hopes to “loosen the stranglehold of cable television providers… boosting revenue and adding a new dimension to the fan experience.” The service allows users to attend virtual events or see live concerts via pay-per-view from anywhere, while allowing content creators to control everything on their channel and enjoy the freedom that comes with ownership capabilities.

Revenue from Private Label Mobile TV won’t come from subscription fees. Instead, celebs and organizations can sell ad space on their channels; sell their own products directly on the screen, or both. Cable providers can easily convert traditional channels or an entire network into a mobile network, and cell phone providers can have customized channels pre-installed on to their devices to enhance their brand. The mobile technology aspect of the service opens up a host of options that not even the smartest “smart” TV can match.

“Private Label Mobile TV is positioning itself as the biggest innovation in the history of TV broadcasting,” says company rep Gabrielle Moise. “From the perspective of fans, mobile TV is fun, entertaining and engaging; it’s a multi-sensory experience that fosters a true community spirit within a fan base.

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