More Noted: WEF Mobile

WEF weblog, round-up on news and mobile:
Park Chang-hee, General Manager of JoongAng Ilbo Strategic Planning: “…The demand for newspaper journalism will always exist but newspapers themselves need to be open to new technologies.”
Torry Pedersen, Online Editorial Director at VG Norway: “Mobile is replacing the internet as the medium of choice not only in receiving news, but in reporting it.”
Frode Ugland, Business Development, Mobile Operations, Telenor:” Younger generations are rarely paying for newspapers, but that they are used to paying for content through their mobile phone bill.”
Jim Chisholm, Future of the Newspaper.com: “Mobile technology provides the perfect medium for newspapers to expand their reach and increase revenue.” (Good examples, here).
Bonus links(tangentially related):
Overture, aka Yahoo Search Services, to provide paid-search for Yahoo’s WAP portal–how about local mobile search? (Via Mobile Technology Weblog)
Reuters reports that consultancy TMNG Marketing’s latest study says 13-24 year olds are most interested (read likely to pay for) commercial-free radio over mobile phones and the ability to download music to phones. But you knew that, right? (Via The Feature)