Dyle offers all the things we love about broadcast television — LIVE local and national news, sports and entertainment – and delivers it to your mobile device for easy viewing.
In April 2010, 12 major broadcast groups came together to develop a national mobile content service (Dyle® mobile TV) through a joint venture known as, Mobile Content Venture (MCV). MCV is comprised of Fox, NBC, Pearl Mobile DTV and ION. The Pearl member companies include: Cox Media Group, E.W. Scripps General, Inc., Gannett Broadcasting, Hearst, Media General, Meredith Corp., Post-Newsweek Stations, Inc. and Raycom Media.
MCV and its participants provide content to portable devices using broadcast spectrum, including live local and national news, sports and entertainment programming. In order to receive Dyle, consumers need a device capable of receiving a specific type of mobile video broadcast (ATSC-MH), encrypted with standards-based conditional access. Dyle is currently available in select major metropolitan areas and continues to work to expand to new markets and add additional stations. See coverage map.
Dyle technology can turn a consumer’s iOS or Android smartphone or tablet into a portable TV. In partnership with several leading device and accessory manufacturers – including Samsung, MetroPCS, AudioVOX, Belkin, Elgato, Escort and RCA – Dyle has made live, mobile television a reality.
Dyle has developed its own app in order to jump start the mobile TV market by bringing a product to consumers. Our intent is to make encrypted broadcasts available to authenticated MVPD subscribers through a variety of apps, possibly including those developed by TV networks, stations or cable/satellite companies.