Wireless Opportunities Newspapers 2000 CONNECTIONS Track Moscone Center Sunday, June 18, 2000 Agenda For this Panel You’ll leave knowing why Newspapers should care about “being mobile” You’ll see how the platform might work, and how we might pay for it
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Newspapers 2000 CONNECTIONS Track
Sunday, June 18, 2000
next few years when the majority of
Internet access could be through
wireless and not wired means.”
-- International Data Corp.
“The growth in wireless use and the convenience and sophistication of wireless devices means wireless call and response will replace Yellow Pages lookups as lead generators for local stores.”
-- The Kelsey Group
AccessAtlanta drew 3,500 subscribers to its wireless editions in one week.
Juneaualaska.com’s PalmPilot edition
Sacbee has a deal with Verizon under which it receives an ongoing bounty for subscribers who want news on their wireless devices.