Far Rockaway, New York, (PRWEB) June 14, 2006
Preparing for its major launch, Jeukersz.com (http://www.Jeukersz.com) is gathering top quality content from video posters, film-makers and content producers. The purpose of the site is to stimulate sales by delivering entertaining content coupled with advertiser discounts and free items earned just for watching videos.
Jeukersz is in its first stage currently, accepting high-quality work from all sources. Submissions go through a review process, inclusion is based on content and quality of work. Only well prepared and entertaining video will be accepted.
CEO/Founder Aaron Denenberg states, "The object of this site is to give film-makers an added revenue stream by allowing advertisers to link to video's of their choice. Advertisers must have a selection of quality work to choose from."
Within its first few days, http://www.Jeukersz.com already has eleven videos posted on its site. Six are music videos including three by up and coming artist Kezia.
"My favorite is an Evil Dead tribute from Ticking Brain Entertainment," states Mr. Denenberg.
Coming in August will be the main launch, where members receive free points just for watching video's, bringing friends into the membership and signing up websites to link to video's. The points will be redeemable for small items like DVD's, CD's, Comic books, T-shirts as well as larger ticketed items like subwoofers and even arcade pinball machines.
"I hope this changes the way video portals currently operate. All my video's are on the same page - up to 10,000 thumbnails will eventually fill the currently available squares. I hope to spur sales to those advertisers linked to the site and help people get free items and gifts, including one's they might not be able to afford just for watching video's and bringing in new members," said Denenberg.
Mr. Denenberg has been working in the motion picture industry for well over a decade. His credits include "Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2," "The Aviator," "Ocean's 12" and H.B.O.'s "Sex and the City." He is signed with the Gersh agency and is shopping his scripts to several studios. If this site is the success he believes it will be, he intends to finance an independent feature project. "What I love about this website is it will afford me a chance to view so many people's work who I might wish to hire in the making of my own film," he said.
Contact: Mr. Denenberg 718 471-8189. Ceo/Owner