Cingular launches made-for-mobile concert series

While it doesn't offer a wireless music download service, Cingular Wireless wants to remind us that it does indeed have a successful music strategy. The carrier introduced Cingular Sounds Live, a concert series that is designed to generate exclusive content for mobile phones. Cingular said it plans to create, produce and host a series of regular music events throughout the country in which the taped footage from each event will be used as part of the company's exclusive video offering, which will stream over Cingular's soon-to-be-launched on-demand streaming video service via its 3G network.

For more about Cingular's music video service and it's many music milestones:
- check out this press release

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