Mobile Meffys had an interesting article yesterday outlining the nominees for the upcoming Mobile Meffys Awards, “Now in its fourth year and organized by the Mobile Entertainment Forum (MEF), the Meffys aims to recognize and highlight achievements in the mobile-entertainment business, which MEF says will generate $38 billion by 2011.”

Among this year’s nominees are:

Meanwhile, SmallCapInvestor reported yesterday that Napster CEO William Gorog is positioning the company to be the leading content provider for music-enabled cell phones:

“We have never had greater excitement,” Gorog said on the call. “We believe our base of on-demand music subscribers is greater than all other on-demand subscription services combined.”

Moreover, Gorog states “In 2008, music-enabled cell phones will easily eclipse sales of MP3 players. In the near future, most consumers will own a portable device that is compatible with Napster.”

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