The CTIA is offering anyone who missed this year's Wireless I.T. and Entertainment event a second chance to catch the keynote addresses, with the announcement of a webcast highlights show.
Available to view without charge until December 16th, the webcast can be found at the PRNewswire website and features keynote speeches from all three days of the recent event, which was held in San Francisco.
Day one highlights include Nokia and Intel discussing the ways in which the business community will better connect and benefit from smart, intelligent mobile devices. Day two includes a number of different speeches from executives representing RealNetworks, Warner Music Group and Digital Chocolate, with discussions ranging from the importance of the wireless device and music to the global society, through ideas and inspiration for closing the USD94 billion gap between voice and data revenue, to an overview of the industry's growth metrics from CTIA president and CEO, Steve Largent.
The final day highlights include comments from Sprint Nextel Corporation and a comprehensive mobile marketing roundtable, looking at ways and means of tapping into the immense lucrative potential of wireless marketing. Roundtable members included CTIA's Steve Largent and executives from CBS Mobile, Major League Baseball Advanced Media, OgilvyOne Worldwide and others.
The CTIA Wireless I.T. and Entertainment event achieved a record attendance this year, as mobile industry figures from around the world descended on the Moscone Centre in San Francisco for the three day seminar. Hundreds of exhibitors, an expanded show-floor and several technology and international pavilions ensured the show's success, and the 2006 event has already been scheduled for the 12th-14th September.
Anyone interested in obtaining more comprehensive keynote comments not shown in the webcast or seeking additional information on the 2005 event can purchase material from CTIA website.