iMedia details wireless content distribution plan

Hollywood's iMedia International says it will begin distributing digital content via next generation wireless devices in the third quarter. The company plans to launch the wireless programming with its proprietary Hollywood Previews entertainment "iMagazine." The firm's distribution plans include the production of daily two to three minute "webisodes" for daily downloading or streaming. Additionally, iMedia says it plans to develop a community of subscribers who will have access to unique entertainment content, trivia games and prizes.

For more details on iMedia's wireless content plans:
- check out this company press release

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