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World Wide Broadcast Network Platform System

Management, Relevance, Brand, and Distribution are the main ingridients provided by the World Wide Broadcast Network Platform System.

Information has become a currency and it is manipulated as such, the proficiency in this exchange gurantees success and every development in the World Wide broadcast network is geared towards optimizing this exchange.

The World Wide Broadcast Network, Inc. headquarters are located in Atlanta, Georgia. WWBN is the creator and developer of the patented World Wide Broadcast Network Platform System (WWBN®). WWBN is a series of apps, and solutions that combined provide a unique and powerful broadcast experience.

Mission

WWBN® is a series of solutions that comprise the World Wide Broadcast Network Platform System. We provide solutions to enable broadcast networks and channels at every level, providing a level playing field across the globe. We then provide a broadcast network numerical indexing system for content over the Internet, that also combines search and directory services, and capable of grouping broadcast networks providing a single point of entry. The system indexes broadcast networks similar to conventional methods (cable and satellite TV networks), but resilient enough to hierarchically manage broadcast networks and their channels across the Internet.

As the Internet becomes a standard adjunct of broadcast television and digital television evolves as the delivery medium, more content will become available on the web, not just viral video content uploaded to video sharing sites, broadcast networks will play a large role in the content mix such as sitcoms, news and other premium content.

Since the advent of the Internet WWBN envisioned that all content would move from analog to digital and one day all broadcasts would evolve from private closed networks to public global networks (the Internet).

Today finding video content over the web can already be chaotic and fragmented; search results can provide misleading information and search routines are often unbearable, cumbersome and frustrating. It will take a large hierarchically organized system, comparable to the current linear, cable and satellite networks. WWBN solves this problem with its patented broadcast allocation node system (BANS). A numerical indexing system for content over the Internet, that also combines search and directory services, and capable of grouping broadcast networks providing a single point of entry.

A visitor surfing the World Wide Broadcast Network can linearly view what broadcast networks have to offer and at any point enter a network. A user progresses on the broadcast network's channels and programs as interest builds from small introductions, which culminate in the content.

Capable of integrating traditional television broadcasting, commercial advertising, multimedia, and websites in a centralized rich-media platform that enables media elements to interact with each other across any device. Combining these media elements adds value because they have the ability to provide the User with more of a multifaceted experience than what each individual media element could achieve on its own.

WWBN provides users the ability to move in a virtual landscape provided by broadcast networks, each experience depends on the network, topics and programming; exploring the infinite expandable space the network presents. The separation of Broadcast Networks into broadcast allocation nodes focused on the Network as a single point of entry is an important precondition of the modern television because the Internet is a vast global network and finding content can be an overwhelming task, much like in the early literary days before there were chapters written into books, novels and other literary works. Chapters brought structure and organization where there was clutter and chaos.

Our Intellectual Property
Patents, Patents Pending, Trademarks, and Copyrights

Why Intellectual Property?

Although we posses a vast portfolio of Intellectual Property, at WWBN we are NOT patent trolls nor do we hinder the inovation and the minds of telented people, we actually encourage it by providing many open-source and integration oportunities that move us towards the goal of creating an open playing field for broadcast networks across the globe. We simply enjoy the latitude of leveraging our IP to create mutually beneficial partnerships, revenue share opportunities, and we do our best to secure the investments of our investors.

Patent description: A system that associates audio and/or video data with one or more calls for action, and manages, queries and displays the audio and video associated with a call for action based on defined or predefined criteria related to the audio and video data. The system selectively updates media files and Metadata from Meta tags, or Metadata feeds. The system spiders the Metadata or Metadata feeds for new Metadata to automate the submission and programming the audio and video data over a network. The system provides users with other call to action options including click to call, literature, order forms, and/or applications. The system optionally schedules audio and video media to target users by time of day, location, device, and other parameters to offer a call to action to different user audiences.

System for associating audio and/or video data with one or more calls for action Patent dateIssued Jan 7, 2014 Patent issuer and numberus 8,626,752

Patent description: A multimedia administration system with a central media data repository. The system repository contains metadata utilized for various queries including search, channels of distribution and account information. The system organizes and distributes media over an area wide broadcast network. The system uses custom meta tags to selectively update media files and metadata on a scheduled basis automatically without having to manually update this data in the system. The system spiders these meta tags on a scheduled basis to automate the programming of the media content over the broadcast network Platform System. The system also groups, associates, and affiliates various networks into nodes for broadcast over networks. Clients can communicate with users who are watching their videos. The clients can upon demand present content to viewers with more content related to the original video content in the form of another video, web links URLs, PDF literature, and/or voice files.

A multimedia administration system with a central media data repository. Patent dateIssued May 8, 2012 Patent issuer and numberus 8,176,028

Patent description: A commercial search engine for searchmercials. The system manages and searches advertising media video and audio files and associating the media with one or more calls to action. The system contains Metadata utilized for various queries including search, channels of distribution and account information. The system uses a manually data entry interface or a custom retrieval system to selectively update media files and Metadata from Meta tags or feeds on a scheduled basis automatically without having to manually update this data in the system. The system spiders these custom Meta tags or feeds for new Metadata on a scheduled basis to automate the submission and programming of the searchmercials content over the search engine. The system provides videos tailored for search in the results list in order to better inform users as to the contents of a link URL. The system can also provide users with other call to action options such as click to call, literature, order forms, etc. The system can schedule searchmercials to target users by time of day, location, device, and other parameters to offer a call to action to different audiences. Where a searchmercial is an audio or video in response to a defined or predefined query.

Search Commercials Audio & Video Search System With Call To Action (BNPS) Patent dateIssued Nov 15, 2011 Patent issuer and numberus 8,060,498

Patent description: A multimedia search system that provides search results which may be in the form of multiple data types, including text, icon, audio, video, and/or multimedia. The system also provides the ability to preview data video associated with a potentially linkable Web site listed in the search results screen, without linking directly to the Web site, by previewing a video file from that linkable Web site on the search results screen. The searcher then has the option of linking to that Web site based on information delivered by the previewed video file. The user also has the ability to search using the numerical system in which a numerical index is used to access data which is hierarchically categorized and sub categorized in a station/channel/program structured environment. The user can directly access stations, channels, or programs using predefined numerical index numbers.

Broadcast Network Numerical Indexing And Discovery System Patent dateIssued Jan 4, 2011 Patent issuer and numberus 7,865,498

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