17 Year Old High School Student Sells Internet TV Station for $20,000,000

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In fast-moving world of online business, yet another technology is slated to be bigger than online phenomenon YouTube - Internet TV Stations. Think it can't happen? Think again.

Are you looking for, 'The Next Big Internet Business Idea?' Do you ever ask, 'What will be the next Myspace, YouTube or FaceBook?'

At the tender age of just 17, Internet whiz kid John Bradley is set for life. No, he didn't inherit a cushy trust fund -- he sold an Internet TV Station that reported on online gaming news, reviews, games, and equipment!

John got into video production when he was only 14 by posting videos on YouTube.com. He excelled in his high school video and film class - and was soon giving tips on online video production to his teacher. "We used to create and produce live news for the school. Every day we would shoot school events," John said.

So how did all this start?

At age 15, John learned HTML, PHP, AJAX and began shooting film and video game reviews and posting them online. He also specialized in using social networking software. Quickly realizing the potential, John started running streaming video off a QuickTime and Darwin Streaming Server showing full 640 x 480, 30 fps video using QuickTime Broadcaster.

By now, half of his high school was watching and participating in broadcasting gaming news and reviews to an extremely large audience. Companies started contacting them and sponsoring shows - and soon John was bringing in over $12,000 in advertising revenue a month!

In July 2010 John sold his Internet TV station website.

Imagine reading this press release in the future. "Are you looking for, 'The Next Big Internet Business Idea?' Do you ever ask, 'What will be the next Myspace, YouTube or FaceBook?'"

Internet TV Website Design isn't just a good idea on paper anymore - the technology is here to make this futuristic press release a reality - now. Just as the first Internet boom was fueled by fiber optic cables, the next Internet age will be made possible by large IP networks.

As telecom companies switch from fiber optic (ATT&T & BT) cables to IP networks (which they are already doing), we will see the rapid explosion of Web 2.0 as early as the year 2010. The success of the video sharing website YouTube.com has already shown that the market for such a service is wide open.

Internet TV broadcasting is already revolutionizing Internet business and will continue to do so, even more rapidly in the future. For entrepreneurs wondering about the next big online trend, it will be Internet TV stations.

Forward-thinking Minneapolis Website Design Company WebBizIdeas has already launched a service called 'Web Biz Broadcasting' that helps entrepreneurs to start Internet TV stations.

Jeff Foster, Internet consultant from WebBizIdeas.com, stated, "There is no market leader in this industry, and there is room for Internet TV stations that target niche industries -- it is virtually unlimited."

Contact Jeff Foster for more helpful information on how to build online TV stations.

The company has even more Internet Business Ideas for entrepreneurs.

For More Information Contact:
Jeff Foster
Jeff @ webbizideas.com


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