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Getting Paid for Mobile Content

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12/11/2007

5:45 PM -- The mobile content market is red-hot, isn't it? But the big question here is: Which business models will succeed?

Leading companies like Yahoo Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) and Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) are trying to drive the agenda with new content platforms and advertising standards. Likewise, startups are aggressively pursuing their own agendas, which include ad-supported content, gaming, content subscription, and pay-per-view models.

I think it's time for a good discussion on this. On Wednesday, we hope to nail down some of the answers to these questions in a Contentinople Webinar, Getting Paid for Mobile Content, which will take place at 1:00 p.m. San Francisco / 4:00 p.m. New York time. This Webinar is free and open to all.

Yours truly will be your host. I may rant a little and show some slides. There will be some surprise treats as usual!

The speakers will include Rich Wong, Partner, Accel Partners; Jason Spero, Vice President of Marketing, AdMob; and Justin Siegel, CEO and Founder of Mocospace.

See you there. Click here to register.

— R. Scott Raynovich, Content Caliph, Light Reading

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