KPN tests mobile TV

Dutch carrier KPN has started trials of DVB-H mobile TV system. The company plans on broadcasting "normal TV" using DVB-T technology, except reformatted for smaller mobile phone screens. KPN also plans to test an interactive component of the TV service that will let users click through to locate specific items of content, such as video clips of music tracks.

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