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  • demo.daze demo.daze Jun 1, 2008 10:29 PM Flag

    Nothing against SYNM, but there could be big profit in comedy


    SYNM should do well Monday. Check out this hot new microcap stock: AWNM. It is volatile but can easily make huge gains:

    ComedyNet promises to be the YouTube/MySpace of cutting-edge humor. It rockets comedy to the next level of interactive, "live" creativity through its innovative adaptation of the highly successful community building model.

    "Anywhere MD, (ANWM) ComedyNet, recently announced that it launched its ad supported free-on-demand programming to over 15 million cable homes. The company is in discussions with cable operators and satellite-to-home providers about the launching of ComedyNet as a fulltime HD channel similar to the channel Comedy Central which is held by ViaCom International. ComedyNet is unique in that it is focused on providing comedy entertainment by using in-house production, on-line community submissions, and TV/Film Festivals and events. ComedyNet is available with top Cable Company Providers such as Time Warner, Comcast, and Verizon.

    "ComedyNet is an on-demand digital programming network bringing together the creative community of comedians, comedy writers, animators, videographers, cartoonists and raconteurs. The company has entered into an agreement with NATIONAL LAMPOON to market their programming to ComedyNet’s cable subscriber base and to co-venture/co-produce video programming. The first project for this alliance was the co-production of 50 stand-up comics in ComedyNet’s production studios shot the week of November 5, 2007.
    "Current and near future cable distribution are estimated at sixteen million (16,000,000) and with a targeted reach to over twenty million (20,000,000) homes by year end, delivering 5 hours of on-demand content monthly and with additional distribution agreements in place for reaching over sixty million (60,000,000) cell phone customers.

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