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PRESS RELEASE: SplashCast Unveils First Media Syndication Platform
Easy Creation of User-Generated Channels Combining Audio, Video, Music, Text and More; Channels can be played on any Website or Blog
January 30, 2007 - DEMO 07 Event, Palm Desert, Calif. - SplashCast, Inc. (Portland, OR) today announced the official unveiling of its new rich media creation and syndication service at DEMO 07. This invitation-only event produced by renowned analyst Chris Shipley showcases the hottest new technologies and companies of the coming year.
SplashCast(TM) enables anyone to easily create streaming media programs that combine audio, video, music, photos, text and RSS feeds and broadcast them live on any Web site, social network page or blog that chooses to subscribe to a user's 'channel'. The service, which is free and completely web-based, allows content to be enjoyed on Microsoft Windows, Mac(TM) OS and Linux(TM) computers.
All presenting companies at DEMO have been personally vetted by Chris and her team as offering products that are transformative, cool and unique to their market. SplashCast, like other presenters, will be showing its technology publicly for the first time at DEMO.
Individuals interested in participating in SplashCast's open beta trial may sign up at the company website at http://www.splashcastmedia.com. Sample content, demos and other information are also available from the site, in addition to industry-leading news coverage from renowned blogger Marshall Kirkpatrick.
"We are very pleased to have been selected as an entrant for DEMO 07 - Chris was very excited by the power and ease-of-use provided by SplashCast," said Michael Berkley, CEO of SplashCast. "We very much appreciate both her enthusiasm and willingness to allow us to participate in this legendary event. We are bringing the power of media syndication to consumers and redefining how rich media is distributed on the Web. The applications for SplashCast with sites such as YouTube(TM) or MySpace(TM) are especially compelling and we look forward to showcasing SplashCast to DEMO attendees."
SplashCast, headquartered in Portland, OR, is a startup offering a unique and easy-to-use rich media creation and syndication service for user-generated content. Using proven technology in development for several years, SplashCast enables anyone to create, distribute and enjoy 'channels' of content - a few clicks and anyone can enjoy the power of becoming their own broadcasting network across the Web.
(First posted on Tuesday, January 30, 2007 at 15:09 EST)