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yes i got it thanks lol

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Originally posted by buckwheatbob:
Rod,

Check your email.



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http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7890395/
MTVís eyes on lucrative prize: gay viewers

From the article:

"And Q, started in October and now on the largely regional RCN satellite network, said it hopes to eventually reach 10 million households as a premium channel."

Really good article by MSNBC reporter.

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10 million would be so great [Smile]
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quote:
Originally posted by Kevin from NYC:
10 million would be so great [Smile]

Extremely interesting article. Hope everyone reads it.

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So I ask myself, anything change?

(1) Do they have a product or service?

(2) Is it a quality product or service?

(3) Is it a marketable product or service?

(4) Are there precedents, companies that provide the same kind of product or service?

(5) Do most if not all these companies trade for over a dollar a share?

(6) What differentiates my prospect from these other companies?

(7) Do they have a target demographic?

(8) Does that demographic have the means to support the product?

(9) Where does the commercial community stand, do Fortune 500 Companies want to reach the prospect's target demographic?

(10) Can the prospect deliver an effective avenue for the major corporations to reach this market?

(11) Do they have sponsors?

(12) What's the possible impact of their primary competition & will my prospect have the lead in the market?

(13) Does this prospect have management with a proven track record of not only running a company but actually bringing a company to market, making it successful & profiting from this endeavor.

And most importantly one personal question,,,

(14) Do I have the discipline, willingness & conviction to maintain a large core position.

"All we ever had to do is launch!"

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yup Whiz all good questions. all good answers

patience is all we need nothing more nothing less.

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I have already sent out 1,000 pamplets with alot of Q pr's and general info to a very large gay community in Bloomington Illinois through a gay friend. Bloomington and Normal is like the gay capital of Illinois. Lets see if we can get others to do this as well, i'm sure it can't hurt. Good luck to all.

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Q is in the July 8 issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine! Page 58, article title: Gaytime TV.
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5 stars for Degs for promoting our Q! Hey I was in Bloomington just two weeks ago. Took the kids to the zoo and Discovery Childrens Museum. Nice town.

How can I help promote Q? Do we need there consent? Who do we contact,Richard?

Thanks for anything you can help with!

Rich

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Kevin, your great ideas just keep coming!

Q should hire you--I mean that.

Thanks for your input on this board.

Just heard a commerical for summer get-a-ways.

The cities were Miami, San Francisco...possible

targeted audiences?

Companies are just waiting for the opportunities to reach Q's audiences. Do they know about Q?

Any ideas on how we can get the word out to companies too?

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Just Looking,is there anyway you can describe the article to us. Thanks
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Rich I don't know how much you can do on your own, but I had mine ok'd by Frank. A few of us decided to this alittle back and asked Frank if we could go this route and he said he wanted to look at it first. good luck neighbor.
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quote:
Originally posted by Degs:
I have already sent out 1,000 pamplets with alot of Q pr's and general info to a very large gay community in Bloomington Illinois through a gay friend. Bloomington and Normal is like the gay capital of Illinois. Lets see if we can get others to do this as well, i'm sure it can't hurt. Good luck to all.

Degs, Kevin from NYC and others
Thanks for all your efforts. Wonder how many LOGO (Viacom) shareholders are doing anything like this to help "their company" . . . none, I'm sure.

And I will answer in advance one of the negatives that is sure to come in response to my comments:

---"LOGO gets its money from Viacom and doesn't need shareholders' help to succeed. Q needs help."---

Really? At this point, no one knows if either LOGO or Q will succeed. I hope both make it, because I see no reason why both cannot co-exist, along with Here! and any others that might show up. Many big-budget movies have failed because they never found acceptance by a large audience. Many low-budget movies have become cult classics because a small number of faithful and dedicated viewers pointed out to millions of others how good the movie really was (does "Rocky Horror" ring a bell?). Degs, Kevin and others are a few of the faithful and dedicated QBIDians who are trying to point out to others that QBID is worth watching. And it doesn't matter why they are doing it. If they help increase the size of Q's audience, Q's PPS will rise and we all will benefit. So let's not question "why" and just say thank you. Good job, everyone. We should all do what we can, even if it's only telling one other person about this new network called "Q".

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quote:
Originally posted by Bottomliner:
Degs, Kevin and others are a few of the faithful and dedicated QBIDians who are trying to point out to others that QBID is worth watching. And it doesn't matter why they are doing it. If they help increase the size of Q's audience, Q's PPS will rise and we all will benefit. So let's not question "why" and just say thank you. Good job, everyone. We should all do what we can, even if it's only telling one other person about this new network called "Q".

I agree & Suzanne too!

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I posted this on another board and I want to post here as well.

I like to compare QTV to Sirius. I'm sorry if you don't like that but the comparison is fair since they are both mass media, new markets, and new breakthrough ideas. And if you want to be conservative, let's go with this:

Assuming QBID has 7B in the float and Sirius has 1.2B. That makes the very conservative multiple about 10 to 1. Ok. Now a little history.

December 31, 2002 # of Sirius Subscribers: 29,947 Stock Price: .56 PPS per subscriber: .000018 dollars

QBID price assuming 22,000 subscribers and exact same situation that SIRI was in: .0056 dollars. Hmmm, we are at .0018.

December 31, 2003 # of Sirius Subscribers: 261,061 Stock Price: $3.16 PPS per subscriber: .000012 dollars

The SIRI PPS per subscriber is keeping fairly constant so it is a fair comparison. Assuming that a factor is built in that accounts for Sirius not having to have "carriers", a 3.5 to 4 time multiple is fair.

My point is that I think we (QBID) are where we are supposed to be pps wise based on our subscriber numbers (assuming valid subscriber numbers) and the carriage situation.

What is also uncanny are the bashers. 3 years ago, they were saying the EXACT same things I am seeing on this board to other Sirius investors. Check Yahoo Messages for yourself. Message number 500000 puts you in May 2003. Really, check it out for yourself

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This too.

And another point. For all you people who are scared of LOGO and say Q is done: Well XM went up first and has 4 times the subscribers of Sirius. Well, Sirius is STILL HERE.

Why don't all of you sell all your Chevron stock (second to Exxon Mobil), AMD stock (second to Intel), Dell Stock (second to IBM), Albertson's stock (second to Safeway), Lowe's stock (second to Home Depot), and Target stock (second to Wal-Mart).

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I hate to be the one spreding rumors but heck We need to get some type of excitement going because I have to admit I was getting very tick off about the PPS, let's find out if there is any truth to this. Got this info off *********.com. Good QBID message board there to

**QBID** Strong Rumors that QBID has signed a major contract with Direct TV, Comcast, or Dish Network!!

There is a very good chance that once the first contract with Direct TV is announced, then the other two big players, Comcast and Dish Network will also sign on with Q Television. This could turn into the biggest play in quite a long time. Word is just starting to get out....

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i dont want to sound rude but you better come up with something better then the word is starting to get out.

lets see something to substanciate that.

ya it is quite in here but it is a long weekend so that is to be expected.

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quote:
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I hate to be the one spreding rumors but heck We need to get some type of excitement going because I have to admit I was getting very tick off about the PPS, let's find out if there is any truth to this. Got this info off *********.com. Good QBID message board there to

**QBID** Strong Rumors that QBID has signed a major contract with Direct TV, Comcast, or Dish Network!!

There is a very good chance that once the first contract with Direct TV is announced, then the other two big players, Comcast and Dish Network will also sign on with Q Television. This could turn into the biggest play in quite a long time. Word is just starting to get out....

I just hope it's true!
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you and me both. but it is only a rumour with nothing to substantiate it.

Rod

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Any news on the studio?

I hate to say it but it sounded fishy to me all along, taking possession on June 1st but not closing till July 1st.

I hope I'm wrong and we did buy it.

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send a message to Richard

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from the investor relations page at Q

7/1/2005 -


The Q Television family would like to wish Steven Grunberg a happy and rich retirement. Steven has been with the Q family for years and was well received within the Q executive management team.

Alexis Fish will take over as interim Acquisitions Manager until the role is permanently filled.

We wish Steven all the best with future endeavors.

The Q Family

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I have stated in the past that it is likely that QBID has more than one carrier in talks. My reason for this is that no single carrier would want to be the sole provider for QBID. That is, if Frank can say, "It's official, DirectTV will carry us" then Dish will sign on. The reason why is because QBID is small, so carriers are hesitant to pick them up.

I seriously hope that whatever Q does, they continue to establish good rapport with Pridevision and newer markets like with Verizon. I do know that whichever carrier picks Q up first I will seriously consider investing in as well, mainly because the kind of carrier that picks Q up is willing to take a "beneficial risk", ie, where the reward is only beneficial and the risk is supposed. The truth of the matter is that picking up Q fearing a backlash from their Christian stations is superficial, there is no, and will be no backlash. Q Television and Triangle Multi-Media have always been about positive aspects of GLBT life, without all the "in your face" type of programming. People don't get that with LOGO, so when a carrier picks up Q, they're going to see a neutral position from their Christian base.

I will further confirm this by speaking from my perspective. I'm a Christian of 20+ years. I'm still young compared to some of the rest of you, but I've looked at some of the reactions of those in my community towards gay lifestyle. There's a shift. It's not quite a majority, but about %40 of those attending services (and remember this is in the Midwest, I don't really live in Idaho, though it says so on my profile to keep people from emailing me) have taken an apathetic look towards gay communities. There is no negative OR positive view, it's just one of apathy and no concern.

As this shift continues, the market will be ripe for growth. But only those carriers fortunate to get into the market now will be able to succeed. I have a feeling that five years from now, people will look back on a solid lifestyle TV network out of Palm Springs for gays and think to themselves, "God, why didn't I get in on that sooner?"

It's not like deciding to pick up Q Television is a major decision when LOGO is the one taking all the heat.

I suspect that five years from now we will see a total of 4 major gay and lesbian channels, with LOGO and Q Television in occasional competition. hereTV will still dominate the PPV market, but have small competition from a HardonPridevision PPV channel extended into the US.

Something to think about, anyway.

BTW, thought you guys might find this image of Tom Cruise and Opera funny:
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Just a thought--"happy and rich retirement" from his pension or from "future endeavors" such as selling his Q stock? [Wink]

quote:
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from the investor relations page at Q

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The Q Television family would like to wish Steven Grunberg a happy and rich retirement. Steven has been with the Q family for years and was well received within the Q executive management team.

Alexis Fish will take over as interim Acquisitions Manager until the role is permanently filled.

We wish Steven all the best with future endeavors.

The Q Family



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Hi all,,I was driving to the store in downtown Decatur, GA (very close to downtown ATL). I saw a guy walking his dog. He had a Q hat and T shirt on. I was blown away. I turned around and told him I was an investor. He said he works contract and was at Joe,s and Pride. He said Q wasn't on air yet in ATL but they are working on it.

It blew me away to see a perfect stranger wearing Q gear.

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just a thought here.

we has a pr earlier in the year that stated that we would have the HDTV capabilities in the third quarter. we have just started into the third quarter.

im wondering if they are waiting for this before they go to the new carriers. I brought this up a while back, All carriers channels have to be HDTV by a certain point. maybe that is what the wait is for. If we could figure out when the HDTV equipment is being installed, or purchased say in a studio deal, maybe we would be on to something as to when we will see carriers.

just a thought to wrap your minds around.

Rod

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Rod, I think it is falling into place.
Remmember the shake.
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P-T,

You realize that DirecTV's new satellite with additional HD capability is due to go operational in August (I think).

Coincidence? Hmmm.....

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good point

that is what im thinking

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Very interesting article here states that Q is available on Comcast in San Fransico

note where i have it highlighted.

I got this over at IHUB the link is slow loading as i think alot of investors are reading it. I was able to get to it easier earlier.

read it and enjoy. this is a rumour but it is in print, so maybe there is a pr coming real soon to fill us in on this one.

http://www.sfist.com/archives/2005/06/30/a_gay_cable_channel_in_sf_thats_crazy_talk.php

A Gay Cable Channel in SF? That's Crazy Talk!

The first ad-supported gay cable channel is set to hit the airwaves today, but most people in San Francisco won't be able to watch it.

We wrote about the City's crappy cable TV service a few weeks ago, so this news comes as no surprise. LOGO, which is owned and operated by MTV networks, will be available to DirectTV subscribers, and to those in the City who get their cable service through RCN. But not to Comcast subscribers. While MTV says they're hoping to cut a deal with Comcast, a spokesman for the company said there are no plans to add the channel to Comcast's digital line-up. The jerks.

Of course, there are two other gay cable channels already available to Comcast subscribers (three, if you count Bravo) Here! and Q Television. But those channels are not part of standard digital cable packages, and must be added on as premium channels, like HBO or Showtime. LOGO, where it is available, is not a premium channel, and shows up in the homes of cable subscribers whether they want it or not. We smell a metaphor in there.

If you think it's as ridiculous as we do that this channel isn't being offered to the majority of cable subscribers in the City, we suggest sending a bitchy email to Comcast. We want our Queer TV!

http://www.sfist.com/archives/2005/06/30/a_gay_cable_channel_in_sf_thats_crazy_talk.php

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[Big Grin] Gotta Love Logo's attention:::

http://www.cwfa.org/articles/8440/MEDIA/family/index.htm

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I just wish Q was getting it!!!

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Dirt, it will imo.

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I am betting it does. And planning on buying more soon.

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