content aggregator


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content aggregator

An organization that combines information such as news, sports scores, weather forecasts and reference materials from various sources and makes it available to its customers. See customer aggregator.
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Summary: The Arab cellular markets are engendering an expanding market of mobile content and content aggregators.
7% of the worldwide Broadband connected households are likely to be regularly viewing some amount of Professional Content delivered via an Online Content Aggregator during 2010.
As a growing number of devices and wireless networks are Flash Lite enabled, we will continue to work as a developer and content aggregator to help additional Flash developers promote and sell their content.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Thirty-Plus-Year Career, Including 10 Years with Apple, Helped Prepare Rudi Diezmann for an Executive Role with Leading Portable Video Player Manufacturer and Video Content Aggregator
The product is targeted at cellular phone network operators, mobile virtual network operators and content aggregators.
WinRip's unique data injection features give OEMs, content owners, and content aggregators broad new opportunities to extend MP3 music tracks with lyrics, links to URLs, promotional offers and much more, greatly enhancing the user experience for any fan of digital music.
today unveiled a new online audience verification platform at the ad:tech New York conference, which comparison shopping engines and other content aggregators can use to measure the quality of site visitors and their likelihood to make a purchase.
This Internet service provides learning providers and content aggregators global reach with self-branded e-Commerce and 1-to-1 e-Marketing.

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