Go Live To Barcelona for the Mobile Web Congress 2012

If you’d like to see what happens at the GSMA Mobile World Congress, or simply learn what’s new in the mobile communications industry, please click here to visit Mobile World Live, a vibrant information resource and online portal from the GSMA.

Mobile World Live TV
The award-winning Mobile World Live TV returns to broadcast live from Mobile World Congress via a dedicated channel across Catalonia, reaching over 100 delegate hotels and 12,000 bedrooms! Mobile World Live TV will also be available to more than 60,000 event attendees throughout the event on large screens located on The Avenue and in the exhibition halls. In addition, the channel will be streamed live to our selection of apps and to the Mobile World Live website.
What’s On?
The programming will feature live interviews with C-level executives and industry luminaries, news bulletins, panel discussions on hot topics with industry specialists, product launches and on-the-ground reporting from all major press events. Check out the 2011 Mobile World Live TV broadcast here.

Get Involved
We welcome your editorial pitches. We are open to receiving interview requests, information about your product launches or device demos, and submissions to be included on our wide-ranging panel discussion sessions. Contact the editorial team today to get involved.

Have your Say!
New for 2012! We are pleased to introduce the Mobile World Live VoxBox, our user-generated content stand based at the GSMA Pavilion in Hall 8. Drop by to film your reviews and news from the show . You could see yourself not only on the Mobile World Live website, but broadcast across the event, online, our TV Channel, the city and the world via Mobile World Live TV.

So catch in on the action at Mobile World Congress 2012.

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