Sprint TV gets content from FOX News

19 Apr 2005 | Sprint | 0 comments


Sprint TV, now known as FOX News Channel Live will get live news from FOX News Channel. This service will provide Sprint users to view live news from their Sprint PCS Vision Multimedia Phones.
Spint TV was first launched in August 2004 and it gave customers access to audio and video at up to 15 fps. The service grew and now it's offering 17 channels of video content, like sports, news, music, cartoons and more.

"The addition of live FOX News Channel to Sprint TV continues to illustrate our leadership in the wireless multimedia space, adding more high-quality live video to our customers mobile experience that they typically consume on TV at home. Sprint has been delivering multimedia content nationwide for more than two years and was the first U.S. CDMA wireless carrier to deliver streaming audio and video on demand at up to 15 frames per second," said Jeff Hallock, vice president of Wireless Data Product Strategy at Sprint.

Sprint TV can be added to Sprint PCS Vision subscribers for only $9.99 per month. Also, for $25 per month, you can get unlimited access to Sprint TV, wireless data, Picture Mail and Sprint PCS Video Mail and 100 SMS text messages.