Low Cost Video Conferencing Fuels Introduction of Enhanced PVRs

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Video conferencing, a powerful Relationship Marketing tool, is being used to introduce enhanced Personal Video Recorders (PVR) to the Marketplace. Brightbox, a "convergence" Digital Video Recorder (DVR), combines the function of a Personal Digital Recorder (PDR) with a Media Center. With Brightbox, consumers can Entertain, Learn, Shop and Earn. 5 tips that savvy business people will use while video conferencing to expedite the introduction of their products.

IncomeHarvest announces a joint agreement with Brightbox Inc. to market Brightbox™ globally using EnergizeTV's low cost video conference system. A series of world-wide video conferences will introduce this "convergence" consumer electronics device to the marketplace. Sufficient information will be provided so as to develop new National marketing partnerships.

Small businesses have been unable to benefit from video conferencing. EnergizeTV has reduced high video conference costs substantially. Some web conferencing firms charge $4500 for a 1-hour, 150 person video conference, but EnergizeTV's Flash-based technology allows it to offer a similar 150 person video conference, on a 24/7 basis, for an annual fee of $720.

Technological convergence of Internet, Television and Telephony technologies has resulted in the introduction of a number of enhanced “TiVo-like” Personal Video Recorders (PVRs). Consumer electronics “convergence” devices allow tremendous flexibility in accessing content. Brightbox™ (http://www.brightbox.info), a new breed of Personal Digital Recorder (PDR), can do more than simply record your favorite programs. Brightbox™ is an Internet-capable TV set-top box which functions as both a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) and Media Center. It connects to any media device, TV, or PC on an in-home network. Not only is it a Karaoke box, it supports video conferencing and, via The Learning Network™, includes access to over $40,000 in personal development and business development content.

Tom Wood, CEO of Brightbox, Inc., stated: “Brightbox™ will become the biggest thing in Network Marketing and has the credibility and excitement to impress business owners and corporate executives, as well as work-at-home moms and dads.”

Lee Matthews, President of IncomeHarvest, stated: “I believe Word-of-Mouth Marketing is the most effective way to introduce Brightbox™ and The Learning Network™ to the world. Global distances and time-zones make face-to-face contact difficult - video conferencing allows us to develop the relationships necessary to expedite the introduction of this product.” (http://www.ultimateTVdevice.info)

A spokesperson for EnergizeTV provided some tips for having a successful web-based video conference:

1. Wear clothes that are video-friendly - avoid white shirts and small checks/plaids. Pastel colors are best.

2. Begin the meeting on time. Introduce yourself and state your agenda.

3. Relax. Speak slowly and naturally. Smile often. Concentrate, so as to avoid saying “ah”.

4. All speakers should use headsets to avoid unwanted audio feedback.

5. Keep the presentation short and to the point - 30 minutes maximum. End on time.

About IncomeHarvest (http://www.incomeharvest.com)

IncomeHarvest is a world-wide marketing organization introducing personal and business development programming via Television and the Internet.

About EnergizeTV (http://www.energizetv.com)

EnergizeTV provides web-based video conference systems to entrepreneurs who wish to use Relationship Marketing to introduce their products/services globally.

About Brightbox (http://www.bbb-corporate.info)

Brightbox, Inc. delivers an Internet-capable set-top box for Internet TV and home entertainment and offers a marketing referral program.

For information regarding these strategic partnerships, visit our website at: http://www.ultimateTVdevice.info or contact:

IncomeHarvest

Lee Matthews

President

http://www.ultimateTVdevice.info
(888)841-2254

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