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Indian graduates launch mobile TV channel

A 2G/3G mobile television channel called We 4 U has been launched by a group of engineering graduates in Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of the Indian state of Kerala.

The innovative 24-hour mobile TV channel aims to promote local news and events particularly for a youth audience, though claims to be accessible worldwide on all platforms, including Java and Android.

"This is an era of mobile revolution and so we have decided to launch a television channel based on mobile technology," Aravid GS is quoted as saying by PTI.

The channel, which can be viewed on smartphones, computers, laptops and tablets, is currently in test phase, but the founders hope to cement tie-ups with other television networks in the future.

 

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