Pseudo Gets Boost From Intel

Pseudo Programs, a “Net-Television” entertainment network,
reports that Intel Corp. has invested in the company, which produces and Webcasts interactive shows.

Pseudo is an original producer of interactive streaming-video programming.
The company’s 50 Net-Television shows are organized into nine individually
branded, topically themed “Web site” channels.

Intel’s investment will be
earmarked for an aggressive online and offline marketing campaign for Pseudo
and its channels. Pseudo will also use the funds to expand and develop
additional shows for its programming roster.

“Intel’s investment will help us
expand our already strong stable of shows and allow us to enhance the 200
hours of original, interactive entertainment programming we stream to a
global viewership each month,” said Larry Lux, CEO of Pseudo Programs. “It will give our programming team a powerful
new ability to further broaden our channel base into other niche topics.”

“Pseudo’s effort to cost-effectively deliver custom entertainment to web
audiences is consistent with our goal to enable compelling Internet-based
media,” said Ron Whittier, senior vice president and general manager, Content
Services Group, Intel Corp.

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