New look for ME online

MCV’s sister site Mobile Entertainment has this morning revealed a brand new look for the portal, which continues to be the leading news resource for mobile content on the internet.

The sleek upgrade reinforces the site’s position as the leading news source for the global mobile content industry, featuring breaking stories, industry comment, interviews with leading names, company spotlights and in-depth profiles.

The new website also brings with it a number of new features, including a customisable news feed page and an improved comment system. It’s on Twitter too – check out the handles (and those of other Intent publications) here.

News content is now grouped into categories specific for major industry subjects, platforms, channels or events, so readers can find news relevant to their interest. also includes a working directory of mobile content companies and organisations, and digital downloads of our previous print editions.

Are you looking for a new job? Or are you a recruiter with a vacancy to fill? The ME Jobs Board will cater for all your needs.

We all know the mobile content industry revolves around myriad events – too many to keep track of? Not any more – check ME’s our fully comprehensive events calendar.

The site also boasts a new look for its email alerts, which keep you abreast of all the latest news. They’re available as either as a Daily Digest, which includes a summary of the day’s news, or a Newsflash for breaking news. If you’re not signed up already, you can do so here.

ME’s online editor Stuart Dredge is the main point of contact for the new site. He can be reached through email on

Alternatively, ME executive editor Tim Green can be contacted on +44 (0) 1992 535 646, or at

ME also offers an increased number of online advertising and sponsorship opportunities. Get in touch by sending an email to, or call +44 (0)1992 535 647 for more details.

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