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I feel better we have "meaty" news. Hope we head north.
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This PR made my day. So happy to be apart of the Q family right now!
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anyone have l2s what happened in the after hour trades?

anyone catch that for us?

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Oh yeah! This is a very nice PR. Way to go Frank! The guy may not move as fast as we want but he sure does know how to plan for the future. That's what I have liked about Q Television when I first start doing my DD. He knows how to manueuver himself with the right ppl and the right plan.

Way to go Frank!

2 million long and strong!

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Been monitoring board all afternoon, this is great news. Hope tomorrow will be even better.
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Didn't Letterman say the Network would be available at the end of the month?

Also the USA Today ad said to Call Your Local Cable Company, was that to receive Q or to put
pressure on the companies?

Also this:
In the second quarter of 2005, Q Television will comply with requirements of all national
carriers and make its signal available in High Definition (HDTV)
Does this mean we get no new carriers until this is done?

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quote:
Originally posted by Marva18:
Didn't Letterman say the Network would be available at the end of the month?

Also the USA Today ad said to Call Your Local Cable Company, was that to receive Q or to put
pressure on the companies?

Also this:
In the second quarter of 2005, Q Television will comply with requirements of all national
carriers and make its signal available in High Definition (HDTV)
Does this mean we get no new carriers until this is done?

Frank said during the last conference call, that you could call the cable companies to legitimately request Q in your area, but not to call companies to "apply pressure". It only serves to scare/tick them off and could ultimately damage the work that has been done to this point.

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This is the best news I have seen from Q in months. Way to go. Maybe now is the time...
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Article Published: Sunday, January 02, 2005
New twist for cable

Niche networks branch out: Look for lesbians, blackbelts, wine and gospel TV

By Joanne Ostrow
Denver Post TV Critic

Here's one you probably missed: The ImaginAsian TV network just launched an original comedy called "Uncle Morty's Dub Shop," a sort of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" with smart-alecky English commentary dubbed over Asian B-movies.

Only a small, hip Pan-Asian audience will care. But they are an underserved audience. And "underserved" is the industry buzzword in the race to launch niche networks.

As the parade of special-interest TV networks marches on, the trick for programmers is to be both broad enough and narrow enough to stay afloat. Too general and they lose the benefit of selling a targeted audience to advertisers. Too narrow and there isn't the interest level to support their product.

If you can pinpoint an audience of 10-15 million households who do not have enough programming choices, you can pitch a network for them.


All you need is an idea plus $6 million to $10 million in development money. That will get you on the road to the eventual $100 million in startup costs. Despite the daunting costs, scores of would-be niche networks are desperately seeking investors. Among the hopefuls:

Bridges TV targets the American Muslim population with news, dramas, animated children's stories from the Koran and the comedy, "Allah Made Me Funny."


ImaginAsian TV serves the 12 million-strong American-Asian population with movies, dramas, animation, documentaries and music. All foreign-language programs are subtitled in English. In Denver, on KKTU digital channel 11.


Here! is one of several networks - targeting gays and lesbians - that are on the air or planned for 2005. Viacom's LOGO, a basic cable channel, is due to launch in February; Q TV, a tiny "mini-pay" venture, and Pridevision from Canada already are operating.

The list goes on. Blackbelt TV, Telenovela TV, Si TV and Wine TV. The Gospel Music Channel, Standup Comedy TV and Wheels TV. Three horror movie channels and as many gaming or casino channels.

"It's a tough game. It's expensive to produce original programming when you don't have distribution," said Shirley Brady, programming editor for CableWorld magazine in New York. "There are hundreds trying to launch."

Costs must be kept down

The National Cable Television Association counts 390 networks competing to get on cable systems. The rush is on because 50 million American homes now receive digital programming via satellite or cable.

"This is the most difficult time in history to get a network launched," said Catherine Rasenberger of Rasenberger Media in New York, who specializes in developing niche cable networks. She knows the odds: Rasenberger has represented 24 cable networks, launched seven.

"I'm the biggest skeptic in the industry," she says.

To cover uplink, administrative and (mostly) programming costs, niche programmers need to raise $500,000. That's the break-even point. It's tough to raise the initial millions in investment capital without the promise to carry the network from Comcast, the 800-pound gorilla of the cable industry.

But the payoff could be huge.

Among those breaking out of the pack are the premium sports NFL Channel and TV One, serving the African-American niche (both on Comcast), and Si TV, serving the English-speaking Hispanic niche.

"Sports will always generate revenues for the cable operator, and in-language ethnic services will help sell cable to the underpenetrated ethnic audiences," Rasenberger said.

She identifies "two big underserved categories": the gay and lesbian niche and the "life-improvement," or self-help, niche.

Additionally, system operators are looking for "revenue generators," such as truly interactive game services. The key, Rasenberger says, is "low-to-no programming costs."

Video on demand emerges

A recent success story is the Anime Network. The Japanese cartoon-style programming that appeals to a youthful audience was initially available only as a video-on-demand, or VOD, channel. Now Anime has made the leap to become a 24/7 linear digital cable on Comcast.

Comcast executives are steering new channels to VOD, partly because there is no room on the dial and partly to help startups avoid the crushing costs of programming. With video-on-demand, there's no need to fill 24/7.

Hence the emergence of diginets, cable channels that appear only on a digital-cable or satellite service and target a niche audience.

Diginets are essentially producing a virtual channel with a few hours of content. There's no ad revenue to speak of either. For now, VOD is a loss leader, offered as a complementary extra to entice subscribers.

"The broadband cable market is reaching critical mass in terms of penetration of digital homes," said Michael Hong, president and chief executive of ImaginAsian Entertainment. "That means there are more possibilities for channel launches. Having made the rounds to cable and satellite operators, I don't think they'll be operating that many more linear channels. The focus is on video on demand."

Hong's pitch is that the U.S. Asian audience, at 12 million households, is "highly underserved" and "broad enough to warrant an outlet on cable."

Paul Colichman, president of the gay niche network Here!, believes the boom in niche nets is "due to the poor job the mainstream broadcasters are doing. The dumbing down of programming has been pretty severe. People can't bear to watch the reality shows anymore."

Here! is available via satellite and a few cable systems, a premium service that requires a subscription "so as not to upset anyone who doesn't want to watch," Colichman said. The programming aims to be truer to the gay experience than NBC's stereotyping "Will & Grace."

Cable systems are "carrying us very quietly, but our audience is finding us," Colichman said. Currently 13.5 million homes get the channel on DirectTV. Naturally, the network pitches gays as the largest untapped and upscale market.

Battling to exist, the would-be networks insist the numbers work in their favor. ImaginAsian's Hong notes that "Lifetime and CNN are lucky if they get a .3 rating. That tells you how fragmented the TV audience is. In Los Angeles, we could do that or considerably better."

With "Uncle Morty's Dub Shop" pointing the way to cheap, special-interest programming, Hong aims to break even in September.

TV critic Joanne Ostrow can be reached at 303-820-1830 or jostrow@denverpost.com .

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This latest pr could be great news.
From the article above she says she is the
biggest skeptic in the industry but yet she takes on the Q and as
today's news says below that "QTV is extremely well positioned to serve this market"
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"This is the most difficult time in history to get a network launched," said Catherine Rasenberger of Rasenberger Media in New York, who specializes in developing niche cable networks. She knows the odds: Rasenberger has represented 24 cable networks, launched seven.

"I'm the biggest skeptic in the industry," she says.
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"I strongly believe that the gay and lesbian community is the last major underserved market in U.S. television," said Catherine Rasenberger, President of Rasenberger Media. "Q Television is extremely well positioned to serve this audience. I am pleased to join their team, and excited about the prospect of launching Q Network on cable and DBS throughout the U.S."

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I'm back again, more good news. Have supper waiting for the Mrs. Go Q.
Ricardo

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off topic
hava.pk from .003 to .25 and close .05. anything can happen in pink. put your gtc orders in.

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quote:
Originally posted by Doctoall:
quote:
Originally posted by SnoozenLooze:
I must be wrong...I thought for some reason that we already had this firm on board ages ago. At any rate, here's an old piece about Cathy that's very interesting:

http://www.broadcastingcable.com/index.asp?layout=articlePrint&articleID=CA421952

Naw we did not have her, we had some consultant that was accused of fraud. You guys must remember when we hired that guy as a consultant, the pps tanked. This should actually have a good effect on the pps. We "Q" needs to spend some money to make money and no doubt she is costly, but effective at what she does. IMO Comcast in Feb/05


GO QBID!!!!! [Big Grin]

Yes Doc I agree and remmember. Great bio so far. We need someone like this. I am still doing dd but looks good.
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no i believe that the mandate on the broadcasting is that all networks are to be available in HDTV format by a set date in 2005.

so the mandate on Q would also require them to be there buy a certain time to be considered for carriage. I ll try and find that info it is a 3 or 4 year old mandate that has not been talked about lately ill see if i can find that info for you


quote:
Originally posted by Marva18:
Didn't Letterman say the Network would be available at the end of the month?

Also the USA Today ad said to Call Your Local Cable Company, was that to receive Q or to put
pressure on the companies?

Also this:
In the second quarter of 2005, Q Television will comply with requirements of all national
carriers and make its signal available in High Definition (HDTV)
Does this mean we get no new carriers until this is done?



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This is a non reporting pink sheet with very high risk. From high risk comes high rewards.
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http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_go1572/is_200204/ai_n7040163

Two of Des Moines four television stations have requested extensions on a May 1 deadline to meet a government deadline to begin broadcasting a digital signal. Station officials at KCCI-TV and WOI-TV say they hope to add a digital signal by mid-summer. WHO-TV briefly broadcast a digital signal during the Winter Olympics and Fox 17 is completing work on the conversion. Both will begin broadcasting a digital signal by May 1.

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the news is that it was by the end of 2006 all channels where to be HDTV but all new channels where to be HDTV

loos like they are considering moving it off till 2009 now. becasue the general public wont be ready to throw out thier old tvs.

http://www.kentucky.com/mld/kentucky/news/nation/9913922.htm
FCC backs off HDTV deadline

CONSUMERS WON'T BE READY BY 2006

By Charles Homans

KNIGHT RIDDER WASHINGTON BUREAU


WASHINGTON - TV viewers might get until 2009 to trade in their analog TV sets for digital ones.

The reason: Lawmakers and the Federal Communication Commission are keen on weaning TV stations off the analog broadcasting spectrum and onto more-efficient digital broadcasting, but they don't think consumers will be ready to switch by the end of 2006, the current legal deadline.

So they're eyeing a loophole that gets them around the 2006 due date: The law also says the transition to digital sets should come once 85 percent of American households own TVs that get digital signals. Depending on who's counting, that figure now could be only as high as 10 percent.

"We're pushing the digital transition; we'd like to see it happen as soon as possible, but we think 2009 is a more reasonable date to be shooting for," said Rick Chessen, head of the FCC's digital task force. "Everybody basically assumes that the statutes are going to require an extension beyond 2006."

Many expect the change to happen in Congress' next session. In the meantime, the FCC has adopted an unofficial target date of Jan. 1, 2009, for the transition.

"Having a deadline of 2009 will add millions more digital sets to the marketplace before analog signals are turned off," FCC Chairman Michael Powell told the Senate Commerce Committee in September.

Members of the broadcasting industry like the idea.

"The issue for us is potentially disenfranchising tens of millions of Americans from local TV, and we would suggest that we need to make this transition in a way that is consumer- friendly," said Dennis Wharton, the spokesman for the National Association of Broadcasters, a Washington-based trade group for TV stations.

Media critics say an extension would allow broadcasters to hog large segments of a publicly owned broadcast spectrum that's worth billions to the wireless phone industry and other commercial communications interests.

"The broadcasters are spectrum-squatters," said Jeff Chester, executive director of the Center for Digital Democracy, a Washington-based public interest group. "Spectrum is the new gold -- it's the oil wells of cyberspace."

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Here is the original news story the day they made the rulling in August of 2002

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/media/media_watch/july-dec02/digital_8-8.html

The Federal Communications Commission announced their ruling Thursday, mandating that all big-size television sets -- those 36 inches and larger -- include digital tuners by July 2004 and all smaller TV sets be equipped with the tuners between 2004 and 2007.
Digital television, also known as High Definition Television (HDTV), provides a clearer picture and improved sound quality, but only a small fraction of Americans actually use digital sets.

"This action will take these electronic appliances from being HDTV-ready to HDTV reality," said FCC Chairman Michael Powell.

Broadcasters applauded the FCC's decision today, since the broadcast industry needs all of its consumers to be able to receive digital signals.

Edward O. Fritts, president and chief executive officer of the National Association of Broadcasters, praised the ruling.

"The networks are moving very rapidly toward more and more schedules of digital programming," Fritts said. "Broadcasters are doing our part. The TV manufacturers will now be doing their part."

In 1997, the FCC had moved to require the conversion to the more efficient digital television -- which can transmit more programming and data over one channel -- be completed by 2006.

In order to expedite the expensive transition, the FCC gave broadcasters a second television channel for free. Once the switch is complete, broadcasters must return their analog channels to the government.

Not all praised the FCC move. Many electronics manufacturers and consumer groups opposed the decision accusing the government of giving away free digital spectrum to broadcasters.

The Consumer Electronics Association, a group representing over 1,000 electronics companies, said they would appeal the ruling.

"The FCC has proven the old saying wrong that there is no such thing as a free lunch. Broadcasters are sitting on a $70 billion spectrum grant from the government," a CEA press release stated.

"We'll be challenging this in court, we think it's a bad policy and we don't think the FCC has the authority to rule in this area," Consumer Electronics Association President Gary Shapiro said, following the open meeting in which the FCC announced its vote.

The association said the mandate would inflate consumer television prices more than $250 per set, amounting to a $7 billion "television tax" each year for consumers and the electronics industry. These figures have not been verified; other associations have calculated much lower production costs for digitally-equipped sets.

Powell rejected manufacturer complaints, saying consumer prices would drop quickly as soon as HDTV sets were mass produced and used by more Americans.

The broadcast industry says that more than 455 television stations broadcast digital signals to roughly 90 percent of the nation's TV households, even though less than one percent of the 25 million sets sold last year actually included digital tuners. Broadcasters therefore have pushed for all TV sets include the tuners for over-the-air digital transmission.

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hope that helps with the the HDTV statement. i ment to do this dd the other day right after the pr but no one really mentioned it and i was a bi busy with my trip to Toronto.

Rod

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http://networkcreativegroup.com/ncg/PGCAC.cfm

Cathy Rasenberger, Distribution and Marketing Consultant

Cathy is President of Rasenberger Media, based in New York City, and is a 20-year veteran of the television industry. Rasenberger Media specializes in providing turnkey outsourced distribution and marketing solutions to emerging cable networks in today’s digital environment. With five independent channels launched in the past 5-years, Rasenberger Media has established itself as the leading distribution outsourcing company in the United States.

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I like the way they describe her here.
Especially "turnkey outsourced distribution". If she's done it 5 times in the past 5 years, I doubt she is going to jeopardize her winning streak now.

Nice news!
~BB

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Yes bb, I like this.

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quote:
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I like the way they describe her here.
Especially "turnkey outsourced distribution". If she's done it 5 times in the past 5 years, I doubt she is going to jeopardize her winning streak now.

Nice news!
~BB

very good point Paula good thinking.

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Nice article BB!! PPS through the roof tommorrow...LOL
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Anyone have any links to check after hours trading??


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http://www.allstocks.com/quotes
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Thanks a lot Bob!!
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By: stock-up
20 Jan 2005, 04:14 PM EST
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CableFAX 100, 2004

CableFAX magazine, 12/2004

Debuting each December, the CableFAX 100 profiles "Cable's 100 Heavy Hitters," the top cable industry influences.

Nominations are solicited from industry peers for selection of the year's 100 top players in programming, operations and technology. Light-hearted profiles recognize each honoree, which have included everyone from MSO CEOs, programming VIPs and association presidents to fictional characters and even cable's car of choice!

One of the most highly anticipated and widely quoted event publications in the industry, this issue is the definitive "Who's Who" in cable.

#34 Cathy Rasenberger - "Let's Do Launch"

Resume: President, Rasenberger Media

Why Her? Looking to launch a cable channel? You better have Rasenberger dialed into your Blackberry. Rasenberger has emerged as the go-to person for new networks by negotiating the U.S. launch of seven networks in the past five years (including Trio, Newsworld, Sopresa, TV One, Anime and Blackbelt TV). By the time you read this, Rasenberger expects to participate in three more network launches. The NY-based Rasenberger started her career as an affiliate sales executive with Food Network.
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The fact remains,,,

"All we ever had to do is launch!"

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I could get any of them to reconise QBID

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I like this quote from Cathy Rasenberger :


"My biggest job is managing client expectations—and pummeling them down to size," she says. However, "once launched, they can generate a high return for their investors."


http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/CA421952.html?partner=google

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It looks like she has been trying to launch a gay / lesbian network since 2002. She represented Pridevisions attempt to move into the U.S.:


http://print.google.com/print/doc?articleid=Ebg7HtexjJ6

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penny trader...no after hours fopr pinks or otc

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ok thanks Bill

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Dont buy or sell on my opinions, do your research. Make sure you know what you are buying before you buy.

This is a non reporting pink sheet with very high risk. From high risk comes high rewards.
Dont invest more then you can afford to lose.

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Looks like this maybe the one we were waiting for. IMO she has us hooked up with a carrier or finishes whatever is in the works no later than Feb/05.

I as others have stated, believe that she is not going to put her reputation on the line if she feels that there is no hope.

"Q" baby is going rock, Rock Baby Rock, See Baby "Q" Walk, See Baby "Q" Run, See Doctoall Smile [Smile]

Looking forward to the opening bell tomorrow

GO Baby "Q" !!!!! Bring Me Some Green And Not Diaper Green [Big Grin]

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Let's see ... $6 by June! [Smile]
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This is incredible!! And on very small volume!
Oh how fun this would be with Q!!

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hava.pk from .003 to .25 and close .05. anything can happen in pink. put your gtc orders in.


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quote:
Originally posted by Doctoall:
Looks like this maybe the one we were waiting for. IMO she has us hooked up with a carrier or finishes whatever is in the works no later than Feb/05.

I as others have stated, believe that she is not going to put her reputation on the line if she feels that there is no hope.

"Q" baby is going rock, Rock Baby Rock, See Baby "Q" Walk, See Baby "Q" Run, See Doctoall Smile [Smile]

Looking forward to the opening bell tomorrow

GO Baby "Q" !!!!! Bring Me Some Green And Not Diaper Green [Big Grin]

Hey Doc!

Someone swears that what you're thinking is indeed a fact!!!!!!!!!!!!
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By: sirsly0
20 Jan 2005, 08:23 PM EST
Msg. 84207 of 84208
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Posted by: georgeking23
In reply to: None Date:1/20/2005 8:20:19 PM
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Hello Board. This is the deal so listen up. I will not give you blatant inside information, because in all honesty I am an outsider, I just have a connection here. I gave you the heads up on today's PR. This is significant to you shareholders and Q. Let's get this out of the way right away. Your Ceo has RCN and C_mc_st. The latter is still working out distribution for national coverage but should be done by the end of the month. They will test the signal starting in Washington and few other markets initially and then go national(i.e 150 markets) RCN will have Chicago & Phil. onboard by sometime in Feb. or March the latest.
Now, the GOOD news. The Rasenberger hire was a move done to get other major carriers including the Satellite Companies. Frank can no longer travel around the country. His time is best served building from the inside, not working on the outside if you know what I mean. This is not his expertise. Frank is a visionary and a Network builder of programming & content, not distribution. He has done an admiral job, but he is now calling on the experts to negotiate and finalize the rest of the deals on the table and the ones to be put together.
This move PR today is the most significant move QTN has made since the addition of Firestone Communication.They should have done it a long time ago.
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