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TMCNet:  Vobile Powers Debuts Automatic Content Recognition at the 2011 NAB Show

[April 18, 2011]

Vobile Powers Debuts Automatic Content Recognition at the 2011 NAB Show

Apr 18, 2011 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Vobile announced that it is demonstrated the latest automatic content recognition (ACR) solution for mobile applications based on its core VDNA technology at the 2011 NAB Show in Las Vegas.

As media consumption on mobile devices continues to accelerate, content owners and advertisers need to provide a more engaging experience to their audience. Mobile applications that integrate with Vobile ACR technology will drive advanced advertising models and enable synchronization of content between TV and mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets.


"Mobile video applications are the new frontier for content owners and advertisers," said Yangbin Wang, CEO of Vobile. "By offering our proven VDNA automatic content recognition technology to power a new generation of mobile applications, we unlock new revenue potentials for content owners." Vobile is a provider of video content identification and management services.

More Information: www.vobileinc.com ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com))

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