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Empire Film Group, Inc. Interview (Pink Sheets: EFGU) Empire Film Group, Inc. Interview (Pink Sheets: EFGU)

4-18-11 Audio Interview with Empire Film Group, Inc. (Pink Sheets: EFGU) Dean Hamilton Bornstein, CEO of Empire Film Group, Inc., called into SmallCapVoice.com and explained that Empire Film Group, Inc. (Pink Sheets: EFGU) is a fully-integrated film and television production and distribution company with distribution capabilities to reach theatrical, video, television, video-on-demand and international markets. Empire Sports Group, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Empire Film Group set up to develop, acquire, produce, market and distribute sports related entertainment properties ... Read More

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Safe & Secure TV Channel, Inc. Interview (Pink Sheets: SSTC) Safe & Secure TV Channel, Inc. Interview (Pink Sheets: SSTC)

6-7-11 Audio Interview with Safe & Secure TV Channel, Inc. (Pink Sheets: SSTC) Gerard Ferri, Pres and CEO of Safe and Secure TV Channel, Inc. called into SmallCapVoice.com to explain the business model and market for Safe & Secure TV Channel, Inc. (Pinksheets: SSTC).  Safe & Secure TV Channel is the first television network and multimedia information and distribution company to serve the homeland security and emergency preparedness industry. Unifying internet broadband television, print magazine publishing and electronic media. The Company ... Read More

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Marvels of Capitalism-The Digital Camera Marvels of Capitalism-The Digital Camera

Born in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn, New York, Steve Sasson grew up with a keen interest in electronics. As a child, he designed and built radio receivers, stereo amplifiers and transmitters in his basement with salvaged electronic components from discarded televisions and radios. He attended the Brooklyn Technical High School, a specialized public high school in New York City, where he focused on technical and scientific studies. Sasson obtained a bachelors and a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering ... Read More

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Marvels of Capitalism–The Remote Control Marvels of Capitalism–The Remote Control

By the late 1930s, several radio manufacturers offered remote controls that were connected by wires to the sets. But the Philco Mystery Control (1939) was a battery-operated low-frequency radio transmitter, thus making it the first wireless remote control for a consumer electronics device. The first remote intended to control a television was developed by Zenith Radio Corporation in 1950. The remote, called "Lazy Bones," was connected to the television by a wire. A wireless remote control, the "Flashmatic," was developed in ... Read More

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How Netflix And AMC Are Spurring A TV Arms Race In 2014 How Netflix And AMC Are Spurring A TV Arms Race In 2014

The following is an excerpt from Dorothy Pomerantz | January 9, 2014 | Forbes.com | Get ready for more great TV. No one would argue that this is a Golden Age for television. With shows like Breaking Bad, Orange is the New Black, The Walking Dead and Scandal, there’s more good stuff to watch than ever before. But all of that quality TV is coming at a price for major media companies. According to a report by media analyst Michael Nathanson at MoffettNathanson ... Read More

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