mobcast

mobcast

(ˈmɒbˌkæst)
n
(Communications & Information)
a. a podcast created and uploaded using a mobile phone
b. a collection of such podcasts on a website, esp when submitted by people attending a particular event
vb
(Communications & Information) (tr) to contribute (a podcast) to such a collection using a mobile phone
[C21: from mob(ile) + (pod)casting and influenced by mob]
ˈmobˌcasting n
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s biggest retailer, has made a concerted drive into digital entertainment over the past 18 months, with the acquisition of VOD platform Blinkbox, music site WE7 and most recently, e-book seller Mobcast.
British supermarket giant Tesco announced that has agreed to buy London-based e-book firm Mobcast for Au4.
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Mobcast, set up by Mr McNab and chief executive Tony Lynch in 2007, provides a platform for companies to sell e-books and currently works with Orange mobile.
Mobcast has a catalogue of more than 130,000 of the UK's most popular titles which can be bought and read on smartphones, tablets and e-readers.
British retailer Tesco Plc (LON:TSCO) announced that it had acquired digital book platform provider Mobcast.
4 September 2012 - British retailer Tesco Plc (LON:TSCO) announced on Tuesday that it had acquired digital book platform provider Mobcast.
Mobcast was founded in 2007 by CEO Tony Lynch and bestselling author Andy McNab.
NEW YORK & LONDON -- Bango, the leading mobile analytics and payment company, announces that it provides Mobcast, the digital book software platform, with operator billing for its mobile digital bookshop GoSpoken.
Conversion rates using operator billing are much higher than using other methods, and easier for our consumers", said Stephen Crawford, Operations Director, Mobcast.