Lancaster, PA (PRWEB) January 15, 2007
BroadClip, Inc. today announced that its new free version of MediaCatcher is now available online at http://www.broadclip.com. MediaCatcher for music lets users fill their portable media players with DRM-free music.
There is no one-time sign-up fee or monthly subscription. Designed specifically for portable media players like the Apple iPod and Microsoft's Zune, MediaCatcher allows users to easily search for and legally time-shift unlimited music from broadcasts on the Internet.
BroadClip CEO Sam Abadir said "Consumers are looking for a better way to find and listen to music on their portable media players and if they can do it at no cost and without violating any copyright restrictions, we believe they will. We've eliminated the two major obstacles that have prevented people from experiencing Internet-based music. First, MediaCatcher provides a simple, yet effective music search, and secondly it completely automates the process of capturing and loading the music onto the media player. Users simply enter their search terms, select results and later, the music they've chosen simply appears on their player."
MediaCatcher's massive song and artist database, built by mapping Internet radio stations and their typical programming, enables it to find and automatically capture the music requested by users. First-time users can expect to capture hundreds of songs with a single search, with very high accuracy.
EDITOR NOTE: Screen shots, product shots, corporate profiles, and CEO interview videos available at http://www.broadclip.com/press/CES.aspx
Based in Lancaster, PA, BroadClip, Inc. creates proprietary technology that expands the usefulness of portable digital media players such as Apple iPods and the Microsoft Zune. http://www.broadclip.com/.
BroadClip CEO Sam Abadir is an Intellectual Property Attorney with a background in the video industry. His blog covers issues of digital rights management, fair use, and copyrights at http://broadclip.blogspot.com/
BroadClip, MediaCatcher are registered trademarks. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.