BroadcastBid.com Pre-Populated Auctions a Success

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Revenue-sharing auctions provider has been adding multiple affiliates over last three months.

BroadcastBid.com, the leading internet radio auctions provider, has seen a flurry of new affiliates joining this holiday season since it has offered pre-stocked auctions. Growing at a fast pace, it has become obvious that the new pre-populated auctions have made the choice of joining BroadcastBid.com an easy one.

BroadcastBid.com's auctions now are automatically stocked with items that radio station managers can select off a list of over 250,000 different products. This list includes items from well-recognized brand names like Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Nokia, Chanel, and SONY. Offering such a wide variety of product to radio stations lets each station target its auctions to its audience and keep an interesting and revolving inventory on offer. The innovative revenue-sharing system that BroadcastBid.com uses means that radio stations do not pay anything for the service.

The combination of ease of use and varied inventory has proved irresistible to many radio stations. BroadcastBid has gotten a large number of new affiliates and is proud to announce its partnerships with the following stations: 106.7 WXXL FM, 104.1 WTKS FM, 107.7 WMGF FM, 740 WQTM AM, WFLA AM, Radio Humsafar, WLVS AM, WBBF AM, KOFM FM, WJML AM, KIXR FM, WADM AM, and KZAT FM.

"BroadcastBid is really catching on," says Dan Bordui, Managing Partner of BroadcastBid.com. "We're expecting a lot more growth as this new concept of revenue-sharing and monetization of listeners gets traction. BroadcastBid currently has many more stations going through the set-up process of becoming an affiliate, and we project that we will more than double our number of affiliates by the end of the first quarter of 2007."

For more information on BroadcastBid.com, visit http://www.BroadcastBid.com.

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