PRESS RELEASE MARCH 1st, 1997 - for immediate release
For more information contact:
The Mac Channel
Jim Andrews, email: firstname.lastname@example.org - (512) 795-3535
THE MAC CHANNEL BROADCAST TAKES OVER THE NET TO KEEP ALL
MACINTOSH USERS UP TO DATE WITH THE LATEST NEWS.
Austin, Texas, USA (March 1st) The Mac Channel announces
its broadcasting software version 1.0B1 to deliver news and
information about the Macintosh world.
The company plans to deliver Macintosh-related news 24 hours
a day. The information will be conveyed in short news
articles and in multimedia animated clips. In addition,
there will be support to browser communication such as
NetScape,Internet Explorer, and Cyberdog.
"We intend to use The Mac Channel service to deliver
important Macintosh-related information to Macintosh users
everywhere", commented Edison Thomaz, V.P. of Technology.
"Our technology, called NewsFire, is reliable and fast, and
will provide businesses and users with a new way to receive
media-rich content over the net."
The company intends to form partnerships with key industry
Macintosh news sources and to expand its alliances with
other information providers.
"We are very pleased with the response we have been getting
from our users" said Alex Toussaint, President. "We intend
to remain open to our user's opinions and requests."
For more information and to download the most recent version
of The Mac Channel, go to our website.
The Mac Channel, was created to deliver information and news
to the Macintosh community over the Internet 24 hours a day.
The Mac Channel is located in Austin, Texas.
The Mac Channel
Austin, Texas 78713
Tel: (512) 795-3535
Fax: (512) 795-3535