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Fusion Tags Enron for Latin American Streaming

Fusion Networks announced Friday that it has signed a one-year contract with to distribute streaming media content via Enron Broadband Services' fiber optic network to end users through its Latin American portal.

The agreement contracts the use of the network to deliver video shorts and other high bit rate, bandwidth-demanding content. Fusion Networks will offer a full complement of multimedia content through its portal-in Spanish, Portuguese and English-including 360-degree interactive tours of attractions in Miami, movie clips, music, radio shows and more.

Additionally, Fusion Networks and Enron have a non-binding agreement to explore the joint production of streamed Latin American events, including live events and on-demand multimedia content, in connection with Fusion Network's subsidiary, Vital Content.

"Working with Enron enables Fusion Networks to maximize the distribution of our multimedia content across a broadband platform," said Gary M. Goldfarb, chief executive officer of Fusion Networks. "Enron is a leader in the broadband industry and an excellent partner with which to transmit rich media and multicultural content across the Internet."