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  • Looking4ADeal Looking4ADeal Apr 19, 1999 9:03 AM Flag

    new research report

    Data Broadcasting Works With Microsoft On
    Streaming Video Integration
    Business Wire - April 19,
    1999 08:49
    HAYWARD, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April
    19, 1999--Data Broadcasting Corp. (Nasdaq:DBCC),
    America's leading provider of real-time financial market
    data to traders and individual investors over the
    Internet, Monday announced it has signed a cooperative
    marketing agreement with Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq:MSFT).


    Under the terms of the agreement, DBC will utilize
    Microsoft Windows Media Technologies and Microsoft will
    showcase DBC's use of streaming media about Signal Online
    and trading in Microsoft's Web Events site at
    http://webevents.msn.com/OnDemand/ondemand.asp?Cat=BU.

    "Microsoft Windows Media Player is
    particularly well suited to help users visualize Signal
    Online's features, including its actively updating market
    data and real-time online trading abilities," said
    Mark F. Imperiale, president and chief operating
    officer of DBC.

    "As one of the most powerful
    investment tools on the Internet, Signal Online certainly
    has the reach to help drive adoption of the Windows
    Media Player with the financial community."

    DBC
    intends to embed Microsoft's Internet Explorer with Media
    Player into the next generation Signal Online, adding
    the benefits of streaming real-time video and audio
    to Signal's streaming real-time quotes. These
    capabilities will be conveniently hyper-linked from within the
    Signal product.

    A presentation of the
    applications utilizing the Windows Media Player can be found
    at http://www.dbc.com/sigonline/media/www.stm.


    "Data Broadcasting's Signal Online is a great example
    of how the Windows Media Player can be used to
    deliver sometimes complex financial information in a
    friendly audio and video format with added impact," said
    Greg Carpenter, Windows Media Technologies group
    program manager at Microsoft.

    "Through
    cross-promotion, DBC will help to accelerate the momentum of the
    Windows Media Player, while MSN Web Events will provide
    its visitors with access to DBC's Signal Online
    product."

    Popular among day traders and brokers,
    Signal Online provides continuous streaming real-time
    securities quotes, headline tickers, detailed portfolio
    management windows and fundamental data, as well as
    security-specific news from MarketWatch.com, Dow Jones News Service
    and other news media.

    Delivered worldwide
    over the Internet, clients receive data through their
    PCs and laptops via phone lines or wireless
    connection, making it possible for users to easily track
    their portfolios from their offices, homes or while
    traveling. Signal Online supports Windows 95, Windows 98 and
    Windows NT and is available for download at
    http://www.dbc.com/sigonline

 
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