“Initially skeptical, broadcast and cable networks are now rushing to package content for the mobile phone — and even developing just-for-mobile programming,” the Los Angeles Times reports. It sums up several wireless news options: “A mobile division of NBC produces as many as 20 news broadcasts a day for phone viewing, tailored for a 2-inch screen with anchor close-ups and oversized graphics. ABC is expanding a 24-hour digital news channel available on mobile phones, among other platforms.”
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