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Broadcasting is and in the foreseeable future will continue to be dominated directly or indirectly by advertisement and sponsorship by consumer product brands seeking connectivity with consumers. Internet broadcasting is a successor of this same overall arrangement and with the increases in global audience, quality, e-commerce, and interactivity, there has been steady increases in the overall Internet related advertising and sponsorship spending from consumer product companies.


In addition, Internet content that is generated for direct sale to consumers via Internet pay-per-view, Internet and Intranet Corporate Enterprise applications is being enabled by Internet broadcasting. This content represents a new frontier in revenue and value creation for content providers, and fuels a surge in new media content production that is in plain site today.


AD BOOMSM and the BoomBox® product suite is specifically designed for marketers and content owners who want to promote, extend, enhance, and most importantly monetize their content. BoomBox® has been used to power NBC, CBS, ABC, and FOX affiliates, delivering Internet broadcasts of network feeds from satellite remotes, high school sports stadiums, extreme weather alerts, and field reports to website visitors, often during hours outside the normal television broadcasting schedule. Modavox has also developed interactive broadcasting platforms or projects for companies such as Walt Disney Co.’s ABC Disney Inc., Apollo Group’s University of Phoenix Inc., Genentech, IBM, Motorola, Allergan (AGN), Merrill Lynch (MER), Hollister Inc., St. Regis, Four Seasons Hotels, Sudler & Hennessey, NAACP, Arizona State University, University of Arizona, Georgetown University, State of Arizona, State of New Mexico, The Arizona Republic, The Detroit Free Press, Village Voice and the New York Times.