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Users Create Reality TV on 4anything.com

Added: (Thu Apr 05 2001)

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Users Create Reality TV on 4anything.com

WAYNE, PA – 4anything.com, a powerful network of web guides, recently introduced new voice and video web technology that allows users to create Reality TV. “Our users are very creative. They are creating talk shows, music shows, beauty contests, programs displaying collectables and other interesting events over the Internet,” says Stanley H. Greene, president and CEO of 4anything.com. Greene said, “We are creating the cable TV of the 21st century. This new technology called LIvVE (Live Interactive Voice and Video Entertainment) allows the average person to communicate directly with a worldwide audience.”

4Anything.com is now offering all new users a chance to tryout LIvVE absolutely FREE every Wednesday from 10:00am ET through Thursday 10:00am. To access LIvVE, users simply visit the 4anything.com web site and click on the LIvVE banner. They will be directed to obtain a user name and download the software.

4Anything.com also introduced one of the first daily minute “Daytime Soaps” on the web and enlisted soap opera veteran and daytime Emmy nominee Donna Swajeski to write and produce the series. Swajeski was previously Director of Daytime Programs of ABC, where she supervised the production of “All My Children,” “Loving,” “One Life to Live” and “General Hospital” and later for NBC, where she supervised all production of New York NBC Soaps. She has also served as head writer for “Another World,” and was a regular contributor to CBS’s “The Guiding Light.”

In March 2001, 4anything.com ranked among the top 40 search engines, according to PC Data Online.



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