Orange, CA (PRWEB) September 26, 2005
Orange, CA (PRWEB) September 26, 2005 Â Last month Net10, the nation's simplest wireless service, commissioned Opus One Corporation ("MakeaStar.com") to use its Bracket-X system to design, create and manage an online national audition to find the next singing star to appear in their TV commercials (http://www.net10nationalaudition.com.)
NET10 is asking America to help select the person to sing their theme song, "My Perfect Ten." In the first month of the promotion following NET10's national TV, Radio, and Print ads, tens of thousands of Americans have registered to the site to vote for their favorite singer from a pool of close to one thousand hopeful singers who had submitted their versions of the "My Perfect 10" in two categories of English and Spanish tournament contests.
After a month of on-line voting, 64 of the nearly one thousand contestants have been voted by the public to enter the second phase of the contest, which started on September 16th and will last through September 30, 2005. The winners of Phase 2 will then enter the third and final Phase of the contest where the contestants will compete by submitting online video of themselves singing the Net10Âs theme song, "My Perfect 10."
MakeaStar.comÂ building on its expertise for creating on-line tournament music contests (see http://www.makeaStar.com), has developed a patent-pending sophisticated yet intuitive interactive Contest and Promotion Server Technology platform that allows organizations to create the ultimate "BUZZ" factor around their products and services. This "Buzz" factor creates new revenue streams utilizing existing communities. The Bracket-X system can further be utilized to provide organizations with better understanding of end-user behavior through real time demographics (see http://www.sizzlefizzle.com/flash)
"MakeaStar's Bracket-X system is basically American IdolÂ online and on steroids!" said Dr. Iman Foroutan, Founder and CEO of Opus One Corporation. "The viral impact of Bracket-X is simply amazing and certainly more successful than what we had expected. With Bracket-X we will now be able to provide a very large menu of promotional and games of skill online tournament contests to businesses and consumers, respectively. We are also in discussions with the producers of some reality TV shows to integrate Bracket-X in their shows, or to create stand-alone shows based on the Bracket-X technology."
Opus One Corporation is planning to launch its long awaited Bracket-X system for consumers under the name http://www.SizzleFizzle.com in October 2005.
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