BroadChannel Media to Launch Multi-Channel BroadBand Television Network

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BroadChannel Media will broadcast in-demand programming on multiple channels including live events, such as music concerts, from around the world.

BroadChannel Media plans to provide high quality programming through dedicated channels via its web based distribution platform, BroadChannel.com. Beginning with the launch of a music entertainment channel, which will feature live major concerts, BroadChannel Media will be a premier provider of internet-based media programming.

Through the use of cost-based programming models, BroadChannel Media will meet the demand for live musical entertainment while building a reliable infrastructure for the distribution and growth into a broad range of media programming. The resulting scope of which will include 24 hour programming through dedicated "category" channels similar to that of a standard cable channel line-up.

BroadChannel Media's network will have very user friendly interface to it with interactive programming guides and descriptions of content. It will also allow advertisers to run interactive commercials so that users will be allowed to check out different sponsors products while broadcasts are playing.

"Allthough this is not new technology on the internet, what BroadChannel Media is trying to do is bring the end-user programming content that is in-demand such as live events while they happen" says BroadChannel Media CEO Alex Mascioli. "We are trying to create the ultimate broadband experience". Mr. Mascioli went on to say that do to the no censorship state of the internet, this medium will soon become the home to personalities such as Howard Stern who has recently been under attack by the FCC.

Currently, BroadChannel Media is scheduling its line-up of online programming for the intial channels that will be launching which also include some live concerts from some music artists upcoming tours.

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