Broadline Media Unveils Imediasee Flash Video Streaming Service

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New Flash video streaming service offers stunning high resolution video at unprecedented prices without locking customers into a proprietary publishing platform. True streaming provides instant video loading with no long buffering or downloading delay. Videos are easily embedded on any website and publishers have the option of offering full screen viewing. Imediasee introduces an innovative pricing model with no monthly fees, setup fees, overage charges or long-term contracts.

Veryshortmovies.com chose the Imediasee Flash video streaming service because it offers a DVD-like viewing experience at an unprecedented price.

Broadline Media Corp. (Broadline), a leading provider of broadband video on demand services, announced today that its Imediasee division has launched its new Imediasee Flash video streaming and encoding services. Imediasee has made it easier and more affordable than ever for anyone to incorporate stunning high-resolution full screen video into a web site. "We chose Adobe Flash as the basis of our streaming service due to the high quality it can support and because it is ubiquitous in the market, with 98 percent desktop penetration", said Steve Popper, Chief Executive Officer of Broadline Media Corp. "Unlike some other services, with the Imediasee there is no need for the viewer to install another proprietary media player, and no need for publishers to lock themselves into one vendor's proprietary platform."

Imediasee provides high bit rate on-demand Flash video streaming for high-resolution videos at unprecedented prices. The innovative pricing structure allows customers to utilize their streaming package allotments over a full year, offering the most cost-effective, waste-free method of Flash video hosting and streaming today. "Other companies that charge on a monthly basis force customers to overbuy or risk paying overage charges at inflated rates. The Imediasee approach is much more customer friendly." said Popper.

The Very Short Movies (VSM) online film festival (http://www.veryshortmovies.com) is the first to use the new service. For VSM, video is a central focus of the site. Serge Polakoff, founder of the VeryShortMovies.com online film festival said, "Veryshortmovies.com chose the Imediasee Flash video streaming service because it offers a DVD-like viewing experience at an unprecedented price."

Imediasee Flash video streaming service customers will especially like the unique pricing model. With a choice of either Per Minute Streaming Packages or Per GB Streaming Packages customers can buy a set amount to use whenever they like. There are no monthly fees, set up fees, overage charges or long-term contracts. "Customers get really excited about streaming this level of quality for as low as 2 Cents per minute" said Kent McGrew, Vice President of Business Development for Imediasee.

Broadline Media Corp. is a developer of software and services that enable video content to be distributed over broadband connections. The company's Imediasee Flash video streaming service uses the latest encoding, compression, Flash streaming and video player software to enable high bit rate on demand Flash video streaming for high resolution videos at reasonable prices. Broadline was established in 2001 and is based in Oakland, California. More information is available at http://www.imediasee.com.

Broadline Media and Imediasee are registered trademarks of Broadline Media Corp. All rights reserved. Trademarks mentioned herein are property of their respective owners. Flash is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated.

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Broadline Media Corp.
Kent McGrew
(888) 294-8091 ext. 804

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