New Report "Mobile Film Content Forecasts & Analysis 2008-2013" available through Aarkstore Enterprise
11/19/2009

"Titanic," the highest grossing film to date grossed $1.8 billion in cinemas, just an indication of the huge amount of money involved in the industry.

Online PR News – 19-November-2009 – – The film industry is hugely profitable. "Titanic," the highest grossing film to date grossed $1.8 billion in cinemas, just an indication of the huge amount of money involved in the industry. Mobile companies of all description are taking notice of the revenue generation potential possibilities that movies on mobile can bring them. Can you afford to miss out on this lucrative opportunity? Mobile TV has shown that moving video images can work on the handset. But will longer times, action features and potentially greater costs?

Film studios do not just achieve their income through ticket sales at cinemas. Revenue is also generated from other sources such as the sale of associated merchandise, DVD sales, the rental market and licensing rights amongst others. Through utilizing the mobile industry’s expansive network of users, the film industry will be eager to benefit from the new format, but will they work industry-wide or have select partners? Mobile can play a significant role in shaping its own mobile film future today.

There is a range of different film-based products and services already available, with there set to be even more to be offered as technology improves and consumers requirement’s change. Decisions therefore must be made by operators, film studios, content distributors and content aggregators alike as to how it is best to offer their content on mobile. Which content delivery methods will prove the most successful and the most popular and which will not be able to engross the attention of mobile users?

Reading this exclusive management report will tell you the following:

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What film content will be successful on mobile? And what will not?
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How can those in the film industry benefit from mobile?
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What technologies will be implemented to facilitate mobile film content?
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Which technologies will be the most successful?
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What problems will emerge from mobile film content?

The latest report Mobile Film Content is one of the first on the market to provide you with valuable insight in to the ever expanding and ever influential film industry. For many mobile users, their handset is a vital tool, with such functions as email, web browsing and MP3 player. The mobile phone therefore is an ideal device for the individual to watch film content whilst on the move or to plan which titles they wish to see at cinema or on rental. How can your service be adapted for mobile? By ordering and reading this report you will understand the methods that film content can be transferred to mobile.

Who needs to read this report?

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Mobile operators
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Handset manufacturers
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Content distributors and aggregators
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Advertisers
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Film studios
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Cinema chains

Companies Listed
20th Century Fox
7-Eleven
Actimagine
Activision
Alltel
Apple
Arvato Mobile
Ascent Media
AT&T
Aura Interactive
Azteca America
Bell Mobility
BET Networks
Boost
British Heart Foundation
Candyspace Media
CBS
Cellempower
Channel 4
Cine Mexicano
Cinema Marketing Agency
CinemaNow
CNN
Coca Cola
Colombia
conVISUAL
Crisp Wireless
DIDMO
DreamWorks SKG
Fisher Price
Fox
Gemalto
Harper Collins
HBO
Hitachi
Hungama Mobile
Hungamama
IBN News
I-play
Jamba
Konami
Learn Direct
LG
Lionsgate
Loews Theatres
Minick
mNet
Mobile Streams
Mobileklub
Momentum Pictures
Motorola
MovieSeer
mSpot
MTV Networks
National Express
NBC
Netflix
New Line Cinema
Nextnation Communication Berhad
Nintendo
Nokia
Noti Mobile
NTT Data
OlympuSAT
Orange
Paramount Pictures
Qualcomm
Red Planet Media
Reuters
Roamware
ROK-FreeBeTV
RooftopComedy
SAAVN
Sainsbury’s
Samsung
Screen Gems
Sharp
SK Telecom
SoftBank
Sony Ericsson
Sony Pictures
Spice
Sprint-Nextel
Starcut
SterKineKor Home Entertainment
Studio Canal
Symbian
TeleFutura
Telemundo
Telstra
Telus
The Phone House
Think Jam
TriStar
T-Series
Unilever
Universal Pictures
Universal Studios
US Cellular
uVuMobile
VariTalk
Verizon Wireless
Versaly Entertainment-FAST LANE
Viacom
Vindigo
Viva Entertainment
VMIL
VoiceOne
Walt Disney Company/Buena Vista
Warner Bros.
WideRay
Yahoo!
YouTube

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