Just a little something to read while you drink your morning coffee (or tea), here are a couple links about the NokiaTV announcement/Release (most of them are in Finnnish- so Google translate might help you out). For the record I actually think the awesome things coming out of the entertainment division of Nokia are sometimes overlooked; so i randomly try to bring them into the spotlight.
From the Official Nokia Forums in Finland:
Nokia TV service offer the latest and the most viewed content with just a few finger-touch. The software is automatically updated, so you can find the latest content easily sorted. The service works as well as 3G cellular networks and wireless local area network.
Users can watch YLE, MTV3, Channel Four, URHOtv’s Voice, and programs. Capacity will grow in the future in other domestic and foreign program suppliers.
“We strongly believe the Nokia TV-like services to the growing popularity andURHOtv’s content, bringing Nokia’s smartphone Snow is the desired increase in the services we offer, “says Artturi Kulvik, director of network operations URHOtv from. ”The consumer wants to look more and more content outside of the traditional living room television. URHOtv would like to offer during the summer Lumian users the ability to monitor the content of our offerings at any place and at any time, even if the cottage pier nose. That is why we offer all URHOtv’s's Veikkausliiga matches to watch a recorded TV Nokia application free of charge via the soon after the game.
Here’s a nice look at what types of services are offered from each provider; and how fresh the content from each channel is: (google absolutely massacred this translation so good luck)-
Later, onFinland may become available in the international news channels like CNN-known
Broadcast transmission, based on DVB-H failed because the broadcasters would have to set up a separate high-priced equipment for broadcasting. DVB-H has to be sent to the television the same way as traditional TV. People did not want to pay for mobile viewing, while the same transmission could be seen on television without a separate fee.
It’s worth noting that Nokia TV is available for all Lumia devices except the Lumia 610 (problems decoding the video?)