Friday, September 29, 2006

September 29 Roundup

Analysts in the news for September 29:

  • Kanishka Agarwal at Telephia about Mobile TV Primetime is During the Afternoon and Early Evening Commute
  • Guy Zibi at Pyramid Research about Subscriber Acquisition Costs are Ten to Twenty Times Lower in Developed Markets
  • Marina Amoroso at Yankee Group via Advertising Age about Mobile ESPN Shuts Down After Less Than a Year
  • Roger Entner at Ovum via Unstrung about BT & T-Mobile: No Convergence
  • Ken Hyers at ABI Research via Wireless Week about Mobile ESPN Ends Wireless Game
  • Research In Motion (RIMM) 2Q07 (Qtr End 9/02/06) Earnings Call Transcript at SeekingAlpha
  • James Friedland at Cowen & Co and Philip Marshall at Yankee Group via BusinessWeek about Skype's Mobility Problem
  • Julie Ask at JupiterResearch about ESPN Mobile - Back to Media
  • Sharon Armbrust at JupiterResearch about Winners In AWS Auction Buy Breakthroughs And Breathing Time
  • Merrill Lynch analyst Jessica Reif Cohen and John Strand at Strand Consult via the Los Angeles Times about ESPN to Drop Cellphone Service
  • Michael King at Gartner via the San Diego Union-tribune about Nokia (NOK) - Intel (INTC) pact sends wireless firms' shares down
  • Richard Windsor at Nomura Securities and Gartner analyst Carolina Milanesi via about Winners and losers emerge from BenQ Mobile's bankruptcy