MySpace Co-Founder and Software Toolworks Veteran, Joe Abrams, Joins Boink Live Streaming

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As part of this new appointment, Gilburd sought Advisory Board participants with specific industry experience, and recruited Joe Abrams to join Boink Live’s Advisory Board.

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JOE ABRAMS, He co-founded Intermix, the parent company of social networking leader MySpace. Intermix was later sold to News Corp. for $580 million.

Boink Live Streaming Corp., has a recently-launched app with plans for broadcasting and watching live steaming videos free for download on iTunes store, Apple and Android; and through its website at

The Board of Directors elected Michael Gilburd as Chairman/CEO last month to lead this social media-sharing and social networking company. The former American Express Managing Director is remaining as President and Chief Executive Officer of ValuCorp, the Business Valuation and Intangible Appraisal company.

As part of this new appointment, Gilburd sought Advisory Board participants with specific industry experience, and recruited Joe Abrams to join Boink Live’s Advisory Board.

Mr. Abrams has many years of experience in acquisitions, strategic alliances, and joint ventures that assist in rapid growth and diversification.

The Boink Live strategy includes:

  • Virtual Gifts
  • Logo advertising
  • Pay Per Press (PPP)
  • Slide advertising
  • Video advertising
  • Bonk Live debit card
  • Bonk Live monthly and yearly VIP membership
  • Original entertainment including, singers, talk shows, cooking shows and comedy shows, all from famous celebrities
  • Banking services, Payment services, Phone pay services

Mr. Abrams will assist Boink Live Streaming to refine and test its proprietary software technology in Asia as well as several other potential markets that have been identified.

Mr. Abrams has deep experience in helping early-stage, publicly held technology companies reach the next phase of growth. In 1999, he co-founded Intermix, the parent company of social networking leader MySpace. In 2005, Intermix was sold to News Corp. for $580 million. In addition, Abrams was co-founder of The Software Toolworks, a software company that released several hit titles in the 1980s, which ultimately led to the company's sale in 1994 to Pearson, PLC for $462 million.

"I look for early stage companies, with technologies and business practices that can transform user experience. Boink Live Streaming has a disruptive technology for the Y and Z generations (born 1980 to 2012) that can significantly enhance their personal buying and selling experience. The company is at the early stages of expanding its distribution presence, and there is great market potential," stated Mr. Abrams.

Boink Live Streaming Corp. was formed as a Delaware corporation for creating a social media platform based on broadcasting and watching people live streaming. Our corporate offices are in the Philippines, Indonesia, the United Kingdom and the United States. Our application was programmed by our technical partner iMagically, with productions builders for the app in the Ukraine by IDAP corporation, Castle productions in Indonesia and its beta version is currently available on Google ITunes store, Apple store and works on all Android and apple phones.

We have created a free to download mobile application that allows its users to watch and broadcast live streaming videos while earning rewards and cash. With one click our users will be able to go live, broadcast themselves, meet new people, connect with their favorite celebrities and gain followers, all by sharing their moments, lifestyle and attitude. Our application features live streaming and chat, so our users may stream videos and use our live chat to comment and talk during the live stream; stickers that stay on the face while broadcasting; and live filters and make up effects to liven up the streaming video they are broadcasting. The application also includes live feed search using hashtags allowing users to find videos and broadcasters in line with their interests, hobbies and personalities. The Bonklive Live stream can be shared through other popular social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat to gain followers. The application will allow its users to send gifts to their favorite broadcasters. These gifts can be turned into gold bars which can be redeemed for national currencies.

Boink will capitalize on the growing entertainment market across the world through the production and promotion of high quality streaming entertainment. With strategic offices located in the Philippines, Indonesia, Ukraine, Romania, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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