The 400th Episode of MoneyTV
LOS ANGELES, CA -- 12/17/2004 -- In the Fall of 1996, MoneyTV debuted in approximately 1.6 million U.S. Television Homes, offering viewers an opportunity to see and hear what the CEOs of small, emerging companies had to say about their business plans and goals.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average had just broken 6,000 for the first time. President Clinton was running for re-election against Bob Dole. September11th was simply a birthday of someone we might know, dot com was still a term unknown to most Americans over the age of 35.
During the last eight years, MoneyTV has grown to a global distribution of nearly 85 million TV homes in the USA, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Island, Western Europe and Northern Africa.
MoneyTV is the nationally syndicated television program all about money and what makes it happen, (http://www.moneytv.net), featuring informative interviews with CEOs, insights into their operations and outlooks for their futures.
Free information packages from the featured companies can be requested by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The television program can also be viewed online immediately at www.moneytv.net.
Featured companies on this week’s show include:
Ideal Financial Solutions, Inc. (OTC: IFSL) CEO Steve Sunyich spoke of the company’s personal cash flow management and automated debt to wealth tools, offering a free analysis to MoneyTV viewers, valued at $75.
Universal Express, Inc. (OTC BB: USXP) CEO Richard Altomare spoke of recent company developments and updated information on the collection efforts of the large judgement awarded the company.
Nova Communications, Ltd. (OTC BB: NVAC) CEO Ken Owen demonstrated the company’s XBoard motorized surfboard.
Semotus Solutions, Inc. (AMEX: DLK) CEO Anthony Lapine reflected on the year 2004 and the progress his company has made.
Reporting from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Brewer Investment Group principal Jack Bouroudjian spoke of current market conditions which will affect Q1 2005.
Viewers of MoneyTV can receive free information in the mail about featured companies by calling the toll-free phone number on their TV screen. The weekly television program debuted in 1996 and is broadcast nationally on Saturdays at 6:30AM ET, Sundays at 6:30 AM PT, 8:00 AM ET, 11:00 AM ET and 11:30AM PT, Mondays and Tuesdays at 11:30 AM PT and Wednesdays at 7:00 PM ET .
MoneyTV is broadcast to 40 million TV homes in Western Europe, Wednesdays at 7:30 PM
MoneyTV is also broadcast on NBC-TV in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
A complete menu of TV and Radio listings is available at the MoneyTV web site, http://www.moneytv.net
MoneyTV television program, Copyright MMIV, all rights reserved. MoneyTV does not provide an analysis of companies’ financial positions and is not soliciting to purchase or sell securities of the companies, nor are we offering a recommendation of featured companies or their stocks. Information discussed herein has been provided by the companies and should be verified independently with the companies and a securities analyst. MoneyTV provides companies a 3 to 4 month corporate profile with multiple appearances for a cash fee of $11,500.00 to $17,250.00, does not accept company stock as payment for services, does not hold any positions, options or warrants in featured companies. The information herein is not an endorsement by the producers, publisher or parent company of MoneyTV.
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