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Title: Good News Broadcasting and Multimedia


1
Good News Broadcasting and Multimedia
  • Business Presentation

2
Overview
  • In the recent marriage of Internet technology
    with television capabilities, the door to
    interactive (two way) global communication has
    never been more pronounced or more powerful than
    it is today. A new threshold has been opened to
    mankind and with it numerous new and dynamic
    possibilities. So what will we make of these
    opportunities? The answers lies in taking our
    God-given talents, abilities, knowledge and gifts
    and use them for His purposes and His plan for
    mankind. To create an organization of believers
    that is faith based, Holy Spirit led, and Jesus
    centered.
  • Good News Broadcasting and Multimedia (G.N.B.M.),
    a not-for-profit organization, has been formed on
    this very premise. It is our intention to raise
    adequate initial capital to fund the first two to
    three years of operation, thus allowing for self
    determination and adequate cash flows to insure
    our future. The initial capital will be utilized
    to populate the company with uniquely talented
    individuals that all share our Christian
    philosophy and desire to create a content library
    of some 150 to 200 thirty minute family and
    faith based programs within the first 24 to 36
    months. Such an inventory can, and will, be
    strategically positioned to gain maximum
    exposure while also creating revenue streams
    more than sufficient to carry the company forward
    towards bigger and more dynamic worldwide
    aspirations.

3
Mission Statement
  • Spread the Good News of Jesus Christ throughout
    the world using modern multimedia technology.
    Serve as Christian content producers, providers,
    distributors and aggregators.
  • Projects include
  • Christian Broadcast News
  • Dealing with Today's Hot Issues
  • Contemporary Christian Music Videos
  • Interactive Christian Groups and Studies
  • Adult, Teens and Kids Christian Programming
  • Mediums include
  • IPTV (Internet Protocol Television)
  • VoD (Video on Demand)

4
Business Concept
  • The basic business concept is to capture quality
    content in three formats
  • Development and production of new content.
  • Contemporary Christian Music Videos with
    testimonials.
  • Reality programming, i.e. Celebrate Recovery
    Live TV.
  • Live Event or pre-recorded programming for
    special Christian events.
  • Develop series of programming on todays Hot
    Topics.
  • Obtain licensing rights to previously produced
    content and editing for IPTV distribution.
  • Assume the role of aggregator for those programs
    with quality content in need of IPTV service
    providers.

5
What is IPTV?
  • IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) describes a
    system where a digital television service is
    delivered using the Internet Protocol over a
    network infrastructure, which may include
    delivery by a broadband connection. For
    residential users, this type of service is often
    provided in conjunction with Video on Demand and
    may be part of combined Internet services such as
    Web access and VoIP, where it may then be called
    Triple Play or Quad Play, and is typically
    supplied by a broadband operator using a single
    infrastructure. In businesses IPTV may be used to
    deliver television content over corporate LAN's
    and business networks. Perhaps a simpler
    definition of IPTV would be television content
    that, instead of being delivered through
    traditional formats and cabling, is received by
    the viewer through the technologies used for
    computer networks.
  • In the past, this technology has been restricted
    by slow download speeds. In the coming years,
    however, residential IPTV is expected to grow at
    a brisk pace as broadband is now available to
    more than 100 million households worldwide. Many
    of the world's major telecommunications providers
    are exploring IPTV as a new revenue opportunity
    from their existing markets and as a defensive
    measure against encroachment from more
    conventional Cable Television services.

Definitions and links provided by
www.wikipedia.org
6
What is VoD?
  • Video on demand (VOD) systems allow users to
    select and watch video content over a network as
    part of an interactive television system. VOD
    systems either "stream" content, allowing viewing
    while the video is being downloaded, or
    "download" it in which the program is brought in
    its entirety to a set-top box before viewing
    starts.
  • All download and some streaming video on demand
    systems provide the user with a large subset of
    VCR functionality including pause, fast forward,
    fast rewind, slow forward, slow rewind, jump to
    previous/future frame etc. For streaming systems
    this requires more effort on the part of the
    server, and may also require greater network
    bandwidth.

Definitions and links provided by
www.wikipedia.org
7
The IPTV Flow
  • The following chart follows the flow from content
    providers to service providers to TV set box and
    the end user.

IP TV Video Tracking Service published by the
Multimedia Research Group, Inc.
8
Content is Key - Summary
  • Content is an important tool that IP TV service
    providers can use to increase the competitiveness
    of their services. Content is the essence of
    these services consequently, better content will
    improve the experience of the viewer and the
    attractiveness of the service.
  • Content strategies must be developed with local
    market conditions clearly in mind. The content of
    competitive services and the viewers willingness
    to pay are important factors that will determine
    the success of an IP TV content strategy.
  • IP TV Market Environments and Strategies
  • There are two general market environments for IP
    TV services. The first is the North American
    environment where about 90 percent of all homes
    are already served by cable or satellite. This
    also is the case in parts of Europe that include
    the Benelux countries, Scandinavia, and Austria.
    A few countries in Asia such as Korea also fall
    into this class.

Published by MRG, Inc.May 2006
9
Content is Key - Summary
  • The service providers in this type of market are
    using IP TV services to defend themselves against
    strong cable competition. They are trying to
    increase their broadband market share and reduce
    or eliminate their rate of loss of residential
    subscribers. Triple and quadruple play bundling
    strategies that include voice, data, TV, and
    possibly mobile will be important packaging and
    pricing strategies for this market.
  • The second market environment is one where the
    free, over-the-air, broadcast channels
    predominate and cable and satellite have a low
    level of penetration, say 30 percent or less.
    This is typical of most of the large European
    countries such as France, Italy, and Spain. In
    Asia, both Hong Kong and Japan fall into this
    category. The UK falls between these classes and
    will be treated as part of the second, because
    the majority of homes are without cable or
    satellite.
  • This market provides opportunities for the
    service providers to develop the video market.
    While the level of competition in these markets
    is low, user resistance to spending for TV
    services is high. The problem for the service
    providers is to overcome this resistance.

10
Content is Key - Summary
  • Content Types for IP TV Networks IP TV
    networks may offer the following types of content
    in the future
  • Over-the-air broadcast channels that have been
    broadcasting TV content, in many markets for more
    than 50 years. They are well established and
    provide some of the most popular entertainment,
    news, and sports programming.
  • National channels that were typically developed
    for cable networks, especially in North America.
    These channels are national or international in
    scope and carry content of broad interest,
    including movies, drama shows, lifestyle
    programming, and sports.
  • Premium broadcast channels that the subscribers
    pay for in addition to the basic service,
    including movie channels, such as HBO and Starz!
    in the U.S.
  • Video On Demand (VOD) that includes films offered
    for a fixed fee with trick play functions.
  • Subscription Video On Demand that provides the
    unlimited ability to watch a set of content such
    as HBO On Demand.

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Content is Key - Summary
  • Free On Demand (FOD) content that is offered
    without any charges. While there is little or no
    advertising associated with it today,
    expectations are that Free On Demand will be
    supported with advertising in the future.
  • Network PVR (NPVR) that provides the ability to
    gain access to previously broadcast programming.
  • Interactive content that includes voting on shows
    like American Idol and where winners are
    selected based on audience participation, the
    ability to participate in game shows, and to
    solve crimes on the CSI show.
  • Games on the TV that are for the casual player
    that has not installed a game console.
  • Internet Video Content that comes from Yahoo!,
    Google, and Internet video content providers.

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Content is Key - Summary
  • Service Provider Content Strategies
  • The content strategies adopted by IP TV service
    providers differ significantly in different
    markets around the world. The content strategies
    used in the following markets
  • Hong Kong is the most advanced IP TV market, in
    terms of penetration. It appears that there will
    be more IP TV subscribers than cable subscribers
    in this market by the middle of 2006. PCCW, the
    incumbent carrier, and City Telecom, a broadband
    competitive carrier, both offer IP TV services.
    PCCW offers a basic IP TV service at no
    additional charge to the viewer. City Telecom
    offers the first year free. This approach has
    removed the barriers to entry and caused the IP
    TV market to grow at a rapid rate.
  • France is the most developed IP TV market in
    Europe. There are three strong IP TV providers
    France Telecom, Free, and Neuf. France Telecom
    and Neuf offer a basic IP TV subscription at
    7.00 per month and 6.00 per month,
    respectively. Free includes IPTV as part of its
    basic broadband service. These low prices have

13
Content is Key - Summary
  • helped to generate significant growth in France.
    PCCW, the incumbent carrier, and City Telecom, a
    broadband competitive carrier, both offer IP TV
    services. PCCW offers a basic IP TV service at no
    additional charge to the viewer. City Telecom
    offers the first year free. This approach has
    removed the barriers to entry and caused the IP
    TV market to grow at a rapid rate.
  • Japan has three service providers offering IP TV
    service, NTT, KDDI, and Softbank. It appears that
    Softbank is leaving the IP TV market in favor of
    its TV Bank Internet video offering. KDDI has the
    only mature IP TV service and achieved only 15
    percent penetration, with a relatively high entry
    price of 22 per month.
  • North America has one of the highest penetrations
    of cable and satellite services in the world,
    with approximately 90 percent of households
    served. There is a strong acceptance of pay TV
    services in North America, so the prices of basic
    packages are higher than in many other parts of
    the world. The problem in North America is to
    convince consumers that IP TV is a superior
    alternative. Having a stronger content offering
    will be a key part of a successful IP TV strategy
    in North America.

14
Content is Key - Summary
  • Consultants and Content Aggregators
  • There are a number of companies that provide
    assistance to IP TV providers in acquiring
    content for their IP TV services. These media
    consultants help IP TV service providers to
    acquire, package, and promote content. Other
    consultants may help with the deployment of the
    networks required to support these services.
  • The content aggregators provide content to IP TV
    service providers. Some of them, provide on
    demand and pay per view content. Others, offer
    broadcast content in the U.S. These companies
    negotiate agreements with the studios and other
    content producers that allow them to resell this
    content. These aggregators may be the only choice
    for smaller IP TV providers that find it
    difficult to get the studios to negotiate with
    them. They are also a convenient source of
    content for large service providers that
    appreciate the easy access to content that the
    aggregators provider while they negotiate their
    own deals with the studios and other content
    producers.

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Content is Key - Summary
  • New Content Strategies
  • There are several forms of emerging content that
    may be important offerings in the future. The
    general categories are interactive content,
    Internet content, and games.
  • All these new forms of content and are still
    under development. Interactive content and games
    have been deployed on cable or broadcast
    networks, so development has been done on them
    already. Internet content is a new phenomenon
    that holds significant promise for IP TV
    networks, but work is just starting in that area.

This report is part of an article Winning IP TV
Content Strategies published by the Multimedia
Research Group, Inc.
16
Market Summary-Technology Side
  • In the March 2006 report, Multimedia Research
    Group, Inc. is forecasting that the number of DSL
    subscribers will grow from 97 million in 2004 to
    256 million in 2009, a compounded annual growth
    rate of 21 percent. These DSL subscribers are the
    base for the IP TV subscribers shown in Figure
    1-1.

Figure 1-1 shows that the number of global IP TV
subscribers will grow from 4.3 million in 2005 to
36.8 million in 2009, a compound annual growth
rate of 72 percent.
17
Market Summary-Technology Side
  • Europe is leading the market and has higher
    subscriber numbers than the previous forecast.
    Both Asia and North America have slipped a bit.
    Some service providers in Asia are having
    difficulty with marketing the service and we have
    tempered our enthusiasm for China a bit. The
    forecast for North America decreased due to a
    slower than expected rate of fiber deployment,
    especially with ATT.
  • Figure 1-3 Global IP TV System Revenue Forecast

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Market Summary-Technology Side
  • Figure 1-3 shows that the forecast for global IP
    TV system revenue will grow from 740 million in
    2005 to 4.3 billion in 2009, a compound annual
    growth rate of 56 percent. The Set-top Boxes and
    the Access Systems together account for 68
    percent of the total spending over the forecast
    period. The other four product categories account
    for 34 percent of the total.
  • The forecast shows that the market for IP TV
    services and equipment will be a strong one with
    strong opportunities in Europe, Asia, and North
    America. We expect growth to continue. In
    addition, the opportunity in the Rest of the
    World is becoming significant.

This report is part of the IP TV Tracking Service
published by the Multimedia Research Group, Inc.
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Market Summary-Technology Side
  • IPTV Set to Skyrocket 53.7M Subscribers,44B in
    Service Revenue by 2009
  • CAMPBELL , California , November 14, 2005IPTV
    service revenue, subscribers, and capital
    expenditures are increasing rapidly, says a new
    report by analyst firm Infonetics Research, IPTV
    Equipment and Services Market Outlook.
  • Worldwide IPTV service revenue will skyrocket to
    over 44 billion in 2009, according to the
    report. DSL providers account for the bulk of
    service revenue now, but cable broadband
    providers will also migrate to all-IP triple-play
    services in the next few years, possibly offering
    wireless services as well.
  • Service providers anticipate big payoffs from
    IPTV, judging from the significant investments
    they are making. In 2004, service providers
    worldwide spent 304 million on IPTV-related
    services infrastructure, growing to almost 4.5
    billion in 2009 as providers look to IPTV
    services as the means of raising ARPU from a
    near-saturated broadband subscriber base.

20
Market Summary-Technology Side
  • IPTV Market Trends (Marriage of TV and Internet
    )
  • Worldwide IPTV service revenue will grow to over
    44 billion in 2009
  • IPTV services infrastructure capex will grow
    1,377, from 304 million to close to 4.5
    billion
  • The number of IPTV subscribers worldwide will
    grow to 53.7 million in 2009
  • The number of IPTV subscribers in North America
    will increase 12,985 between 2004 and 2009

21
Market Summary-Technology Side
  • VoD Market Trends (Technology intertwined with
    TV)
  • Video On Demand services have seen steady growth
    in North America, but the services are just
    starting to take hold in the rest of the world.
  • The analyst believe Comcast is set to announce a
    significant increase in video-on-demand content
    from the major broadcast networks.
  • "We believe that ABC, NBC and CBS could make
    available to Comcast tens of thousands of hours
    of first-rate TV content in 2006, requiring
    Comcast to spend significantly on video-on-demand
    storage, servers and software."
  • Other cable operators such as Time Warner Inc.
    (TWX) are expected to follow suit, further
    boosting spending on video-on-demand technology,
    said Wahlman.

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Market Summary-Content Side
  • Christian Viewing Audience
  • In WebProNews.com, Jason Lee Millers recent
    article on, Televangelism Ready For IPTV, the
    article quoted Bill Airy from Inspiration.net as
    saying
  • "This is the dawn of a new era serving the most
    important market segments of the country the
    potential audience for such programming
    represents about 40 percent of the U.S.
    population. 'We will leverage all our
    programming and promotional assets through more
    than 30 million households that receive them and
    the more than 8 million people weekly' that watch
    Inspiration's TV channels, he added.
  • Currently, in our own back door millions of
    Lakewood Church parishioners see broadcasts of
    that churchs weekly service and Pastor Joel
    Osteens sermon on the Web in real time as it
    happens in Houston, TX. With Live Events Tool,
    church staffers have an easy-to-use tool to
    control and broadcast the services and sermons to
    the Web without having to be technology
    specialists. Plans are in the works to build paid
    subscription functionality so followers can make
    church donations and get privileged access to a
    searchable library of audio and video content.

Article from WebProNews.com, Televangism Ready
for IPTV.
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Location
  • Good News Broadcasting and Multimedia will be
    located in The Woodlands, Texas. The Woodlands
    is 35 minutes to downtown Houston, 3.5 hours to
    downtown Dallas, 3 hours to Austin, and 3.5 hours
    to San Antonio, TX. The Woodlands itself is fast
    becoming a key destination for major business
    ventures including our most recent arrival of Fox
    News and Sports Network Group purchasing 30 acres
    to build a new facility and employing
    approximately 500 people.
  • Each of these four cities offers a wide variety
    of potential content with Dallas as the major
    evangelical center and heart of the Bible belt.
    In Houston, we have the most current movers and
    shakers such as Joel Osteen, Beth Moore and Ed
    Young. While San Antonio, celebrates authors Max
    Lucado and television evangelist John Hagee, both
    major forces in the industry. Not to mention,
    Austin as the new silicon valley of the south and
    major musical center for new talent. There is so
    much untapped talent in these four areas alone.
    The advent of streaming technology over broadband
    networks through IPTV technology, VoD and
    Podcasting, combined with major talent and
    quality content, will afford us a most unique
    opportunity to expose the world to the Good News
    of Jesus Christ through new and strategic
    technology utilization.

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Opportunities
  • The wall-to-wall coverage of the death of Pope
    John Paul II and the naming of his successor,
    following weeks of intense focus on the legal
    battle over the life of Terry Schiavo was just
    the latest evidence of a remarkable development
    in an age of stagnant church attendance. Religion
    is now a major feature of the national
    conversation. From the eye-popping box-office
    proceeds for Mel Gibsons The Passion of the
    Christ (more than 370 million in the U.S. and
    Canada alone) to the vital role that Christian
    conservatives played in the reelection of
    President Bush last fall, the religious faithful
    have let themselves be known.Religious
    broadcasters are eager to capitalize on the
    surge. Plenty of them are still giving audiences
    that old-time TV religionlow-production-value
    preachers paying for time on stations or
    Christian networksbut a slew of new companies
    are clamoring for cable carriage. At the National
    Cable Telecommunications Association convention
    in San Francisco, the exhibition hall was studded
    with booths for aspiring religious channels.
    Unlike the teach-and-preach religious-TV
    tradition, they say, many of the new programmers
    will offer modern content and packaging to reach
    an underserved and media-savvy Christian youth
    market. Whether trying to break into the business
    or expand an existing base, religious-TV
    entrepreneurs sense a rare opportunity.You
    dont have to wake up Einstein to get there,
    says Dr. Frank Wright, president of the National
    Religious Broadcasters. Theres a tremendous
    demand in the viewing marketplace for religious
    content.

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Opportunities
  • New Breed of Christian TV
  • But as a home base for Catholic viewers, EWTN
    should have expected an uptick in viewership,
    given the enormous interest in the historic
    events in Rome. A truer measure of the prospects
    for a sustained increase of audience interest in
    religious programming might be found in the
    numbers that greet the soon-to-launch God TV.
  • There's a new breed of Christian television, and
    it's time to hit screens in America, says Rory
    Alec, chief executive of God TV, the U.S. arm of
    an international Christian broadcaster that will
    launch on the Cox system in Washington, D.C.,
    next month. They don't always want cut-and-paste
    preaching.
  • Alec and his wife, Wendy, the network controller,
    started out as small-time religious broadcasters
    in the UK in 1995 but have rapidly expanded their
    enterprise. The network is now headquartered in
    Jerusalem and reaches 73 million homes in 234
    countries via satellite and cable. God TV, the
    company says, is 50 to 60 funded by from gifts
    and donations (the rest coming from product sales
    and sponsorship and advertising on two UK feeds).
  • God TV opened an American studio in Washington in
    2003 and says its U.S. spinoff will target young
    Christian adults, aiming to be in 40 million
    homes in five years, including areas the network
    has determined is underserved, such as the
    Northeast.

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Opportunities
  • Not All Preachy
  • In twice-annual missions, the network solicits
    money by showing viewers its worldwide endeavors
    and specifying needs for upcoming investments.
    Rory says he is scared of more-traditional
    telethons. When you get into excessive preaching
    and music, people give out of emotion instead of
    logic and sensibility, he says. It can be a lot
    of manipulation and hype.
  • God TV's U.S. programming will be 60 original
    contentincluding the Christian-music show Dream
    on TV and a still-untitled hour-long weekly
    flagship talk show hosted by the Alecs. The
    premiere episode features an interview with
    former heavyweight boxing champion Evander
    Holyfield. But lest God TV stray too far from
    tradition, preachers delivering sermons are also
    in the mix.
  • Christian television's presentation in America
    has been quite old-fashioned, but the youth are
    really hungry for something of their own,
    something they can relate to, says Wendy Alec,
    who calls God TV the CNN of the Christian
    market.

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Opportunities
  • Although it has been a fixture on television
    almost since the beginning, religious programming
    is not known for attracting huge audiences. The
    most-watched religious show on television is The
    700 Club, on Pat Robertson's Christian
    Broadcasting Network. The network is available in
    more than 90 of the country through ABC Family
    Channel, Trinity Broadcasting Network and some
    stations, but The 700 Club is seen by only 1
    million viewers daily.
  • The widespread interest in religious subjectsbut
    not necessarily religious networkshas attracted
    the attention of mainstream programmers. National
    Geographic Channel earned its best-ever household
    rating, a 1.6, with two-hour special Unlocking Da
    Vinci's Code in December. History Channel is
    countering later this year with Da Vinci and the
    Code He Lived By, the network's own two-hour
    special piggybacking on a certain bestselling
    book.
  • A Special Niche
  • It airs gospel-infused hip-hop, rock music and
    traditional, but don't call it a religious
    network. Gospel Music Channel, the brainchild of
    two cable veterans, launched in October with a
    24/7 mix of original music programming
    (biographies, acoustic sessions, artist profiles)
    and videos and concerts.

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Opportunities
  • Now carried in 60 markets through Cox, Verizon
    and smaller systems, Gospel is aiming for 4.5
    million digital subs by year's end and a place in
    the top 20 markets in the next two years. Its
    pitch This ad-supported, for-profit network
    backed by investors is all about good music, not
    the Good Book.
  • It's a music network and doesn't want to be stuck
    on a religion tier. There's no pulpit, and it
    doesn't solicit money.
  • Gospel music, with 1 billion in annual sales, is
    the only major music genre without its own
    network. Fans who want gospel music and preaching
    have the urban-based Word Network, which does a
    lot of both.
  • We're not running from being a religious
    channel we're just not one, says Gospel
    co-founder Brad Siegel, a former Turner network
    exec. The music is inspirational, and the lyrics
    are by nature faith-based, but I don't think that
    makes it a religious channel.
  • The channel does have a religious connection
    Siegel's partner is Discovery Networks vet
    Charlie Humbard, son of pioneering TV minister
    Rex Humbard.

This report is part of an article TVs Religious
Revival published by The Business of Television.
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The Core Development Team
  • In-house
  • For the first year the development team is
    currently divided into three phases. Phase I
    will require a start-up team initially made up of
    six key personnel. Phase II ramp up is
    scheduled for month 7 which will require a team
    of fourteen key personnel. Phase III beginning
    month 10 is scheduled with approximately nineteen
    team members. By the end of the first year the
    following outlines the core development team
  • Management
  • IPTV Executive Strategy Director
  • Executive Assistant
  • Media Production Department
  • Media Program Director/Producer I, Media Program
    Director/Producer II, Senior Camera Operator,
    Junior Camera Operator, Set Crew of 2, Reporter
    II, Videographer I, Videographer II

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The Core Development Team
  • Web Department
  • Web Designer III, Technical Producer II, Database
    Architect I, Production Artist, Copy/Web Editor
  • Marketing Department
  • Marketing Online/Offline Coordinator
  • Internet Marketing Specialist
  • Reception
  • Receptionist
  • Outsourced Teams
  • In addition, three additional teams will be
    outsourced and designed to focus on three
    specific market niches. Each team will be
    required to produce a certain amount of content
    product within a given amount of time. A fourth
    team will be in-house, and will be designed in a
    similar manner.

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Profit Structure
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Resource Requirements
  • First Year list of requirements for the following
    resources
  • Personnel will include in-house a core group of
    20 to build the initial infrastructure during the
    first year. In addition, three outsourced teams
    on specific projects will be contracted to
    address specific market niches.
  • Technology will be built both in-house and
    outsourced to key partners that provide strategic
    technological resources and specific content
    venues.
  • Finances are key to maintain stability in the
    first two year growth period and will be
    established by Angel Funding, donations or
    specific fundraising events.
  • Distribution will be outlined as key
    relationships are established with IPTV service
    providers.
  • Promotion will include online marketing, offline
    networking and annual promotional fundraising
    events like Guitars for Christ, our own auction
    for stylized and classic collectable guitars
    donated by fellow Christian groups.
  • Products include video and audio content created,
    produced, aggregated or licensed by other content
    owners.
  • Services may be provided to content owners new to
    the industry in the form of consulting,
    production, editing, or distribution.

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Key Issues
  • Near term
  • Immediate funding is required to open offices,
    purchase equipment, hire key personnel and begin
    production of various projects.
  • Key partnerships with IPTV technological
    resources will be developed to establish
    distribution channels.
  • Establishing relationship with artist, current
    content owners while defining potential content
    programming and future concepts.
  • Long term
  • Develop and maintain a scalable infrastructure
    that supports the upcoming wave of new multimedia
    technology.
  • Develop, establish and support long term
    relationships with new talent, new projects and
    new missions.
  • Develop local and regional market for content and
    distribution, then ramp up to national and
    international venues.

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Others Spreading the Good News
  • Young Christian Contemporary Music Video
    Example 1

Click screen to begin or end video.
Jesus Freak DC Talk at Forefront Records
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Others Spreading the Good News
  • Young Christian Contemporary Music Video
    Example 2

Click screen to begin or end video.
Consume Me DC Talk at Forefront Records
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Others Spreading the Good News
  • Young Christian Contemporary Music Video
    Example 3

Click screen to begin or end video.
Irene Toby Mac
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Others Spreading the Good News
  • Fellow disciples of Christ that also are sharing
    the Good News of Jesus Christ include
  • God.tv - the following is a media link to some of
    their content

Click screen to begin picture.
You will need Microsoft Windows Media Player,
you can download a free copy here.
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Others Spreading the Good News
  • Inspiration.net graphic link to their website

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Financial Plan
  • See Financial Appendix

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