Verizon Digital Media Services ready to launch

Verizon Wireless is more than ready to roll out their Digital Media Services that enables entertainment and media companies to capitalize on the demand from consumers for live and on-demand, personalized video content that are delivered straight to one’s smartphone, tablet or other compatible device. This new service is tipped to automate connection of media content on just about any compatible device thanks to an Internet Protocol (IP) network. Companies such as Turner Broadcasting, Hearst Magazines and The Associated Press will step up to the plate and be counted as they pioneer Verizon Digital Media Services’ capabilities. Currently, the service is in a second beta that sees nine charter content-creation companies participating, where we ought to look out for a commercial release later this July. It remains to be seen just how well Verizon’s Digital Media Services will work out when available.

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