Latest Verve Wireless Stories

2012-09-05 23:00:57

Powered by The Republican, developed with Advance Digital and Verve Wireless Springfield, MA (PRWEB) September 04, 2012 MassLive.com has launched new Android and iPhone smartphone apps covering UMass Minutemen Football News. UMass Minutemen Football News Android apps and iPhone apps feature the latest news, stats, photos, and videos from Western Massachusetts´ leading news and information properties. “We are excited to share a great app for our hometown team,” shared Paul...

2012-04-19 23:03:25

Cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer announce new Android and iPhone apps with complete news coverage, videos, Twitter updates, a fan photo tool and more. Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) April 19, 2012 Cleveland.com has launched new Android and iPhone smartphone apps covering Cleveland Indians baseball powered by The Plain Dealer. The Cleveland Indians on cleveland.com Android app, and the Cleveland Indians on cleveland.com iPhone app, feature news, commentary, videos and photos from the number one...

2011-01-18 06:00:00

ENCINITAS, Calif., Jan. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Verve Wireless, the leading mobile advertising platform for local media, announced today that Tom MacIsaac has been appointed Chief Executive Officer. At Verve, Tom will focus on expanding Verve's local mobile monetization platform and growing Verve's premium local mobile display ad network. Tom will be based in the company's new Washington, DC area office. Tom has more than a decade of experience growing digital media and advertising...

2008-07-29 06:00:30

By Claire Cain Miller The thud of the morning newspaper landing on the front porch may one day be replaced with the beep of a download onto a cellphone. Verve Wireless believes it can save the dying local newspaper in the United States by making it mobile. It offers publishers the technology to create Web sites for cellphones. The company, based in Encinitas, California, already provides mobile versions of 4,000 newspapers from 140 publishers, including Freedom Communications, McClatchy...

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