Other firms in the alliance include Intel, Motorola, Texas Instruments and Modeo, owned by Crown Castle International, Nokia said in a statement.
The collaboration, called the Mobile DTV Alliance, aims to encourage, focusing on the North American market.
bypasses mobile networks and broadcasts directly to handsets from TV masts, allowing millions of phone users to access the service at the same time.
It also allows them to use interactive services and order "on-demand" programs via mobile networks, which operators hope will be a new source of income.
Mobile operators areas revenues from voice calls fall because of competition and regulatory cuts to call charges.
The Mobile DTV Alliance said more than 10 DVB-H network trials are under way or have been completed, including in Australia, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Britain and the United States.
It said most major U.S. markets are expected to have DVB-H infrastructure ready for use by 2007.
DVB-H competes with digital audio broadcast (DAB) technology, which is also under test by operators, as well as wireless firm Qualcomm's MediaFlo technology.