Hitting an Audio Nerve
Nerve.com, the New York-based Web publisher of literature and photography about sex and gender, today will launch NerveRadio. The Internet radio programming will feature two channels: Mind and Body. Both channels will include spoken-word content from Nerve. NerveRadio will be supported by audio commercials and banner ads.
Exciting Sneak Preview
Redwood City, Calif.-based Excite@Home today will announce that it will be an event sponsor and exclusive exhibitor of digital broadband filmmaking at next week's Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah. Excite@Home will offer Sundance participants a sneak peek of its upcoming ClickVideo service, a broadband film and video destination that provides filmmakers with a distribution outlet for showcasing and promoting their films.
CTW Has a New Buddy
3Buddies.com, the Kansas City-based interactive services firm, today announced an alliance with New York-based Children's Television Workshop to develop TheFirstDay.com, a "mega-site" for new parents that allows visitors to view photos of the newborn, sign guest books and buy gifts through e-commerce sponsors. Fujifilm, Seattle Filmworks and Snyder Communications are additional partners. Graphics and content will be supplied by Sesame Street.
Netpulse Goes Free
Netpulse Communications, San Francisco, maker of devices that bring a broadband Net connection to exercise equipment, announced it would move to a free, ad-supported model. Qualifying gyms will be able to retrofit equipment gratis, with Netpulse deriving revenue from ads and sponsorships