Destination Television Partners with Blackbook2 http://www.digitalsignageuniverse.com/news_destinationtv_042010.html FT. LAUDERDALE, FL — Destination Television, Inc. is a leading developer of content for application in high-traffic Digital Out-of-Home locations based on its proprietary blend of advertisements and entertainment "Advertainment" under its current brands: Bar TV, Gym TV and Hotel TV.
BlackBook2 is a social media content and revenue solution company. BlackBook2 deploys a multitude of platforms which can be customized for any company, advertiser or end user. The power of the platforms comes from a robust back engine which houses leading technologies in downloading, streaming and telecommunications. These technologies allow BlackBook2 to have a presence in every industry.
BlackBook2's media platform boasts one of the largest and most comprehensive music and movie collections on the internet today. Our media platform is protected by our propriety Digital Rights Management software. In addition, the communication platform offers for free video VOIP, conference calling, fax, email, video email, and SMS.
The cross populated data and membership base of BlackBook2, currently exceeds 20 million members and current Fortune 500 partners range from American Airlines and Dell to Domino's Pizza and McDonald's just to name a few.
DSTV and BlackBook2 desire to pursue various strategic initiatives for the mutual benefit of each party, as more particularly described in the Definitive Agreement.
"We are excited about the BlackBook2 platform and intend to brand our new location applications "Powered by BlackBook2" reflecting the new content advertisement we intend to develop and license," said Destination Television's president, Gordon Scott Venters.
"BlackBook2 is extremely thrilled about the relationship with DSTV. By using BlackBook2's arsenal of technologies and platforms with DSTV's out-of-home destinations we have a winning combination to offer the end user," said Amy Nalewaik, president of BlackBook2.
Amy Nalewaik, CEO and President Blackbook2 Fort Lauderdale, Florida No. 86 2009 Revenue: $3.7 million Three-Year Growth: 2,810.7% Nalewaik's plan when she founded Blackbook2 was to make money by selling office services online for free. The plan worked. Blackbook2 offers users a suite of products, from videochat programs to e-faxes, at no charge. What differentiates it from the Skypes of the world is that these programs are bundled together, making Blackbook2 a one-stop shop. "We offer a benefit," Nalewaik explains. "It's giving tools to people who need them for free."