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World's Small Film Festival website is up - with mobile content available every day
Posted on 30-Aug-2003 19:26 | Filed under: News

World's Small Film Festival website is up - with mobile content available every day
The WSFF - London will be held September 23/24 in conjunction with the Mobile Commerce World exhibition.

The combination of high-end mobile devices with significant local memory and high capacity networks will create a new channel for the deployment of visual content anytime and anywhere. This evolving medium creates the potential for a highly personalized method to target specific audiences with specific content. The availability of a diverse body of content will, we believe, support customer upgrades in devices and networks. BigDigit, Inc., producer of "The World's Smallest Film Festival", is the primary aggregator of independent mobile films and animations.

"The World's Smallest Film Festival" (WSFF) is the definitive mobile multimedia event in today's market. Hosted at trade shows and film festivals around the world, the first "World's Smallest Film Festival" and the accompanying Symposium, were hosted by the main trade group for the mobile industry, the Cellular Telecomunications Industry Association (CTIA) at their annual conference in New Orleans.

'The World's Smallest Film Festival' raises the visibility of mobile visual content (video and animation), mobile devices, mobile services, and made-for-mobile content. "The World's Smallest Film Festival" is unique in that it provides an easily-understandable context and marketplace for what can otherwise be complicated technology and technology relationships.



More information: http://207.36.117.215/london/home.html...
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