SOURCE: Winmax Trading Group, Inc.

November 15, 2007 10:49 ET

Music Legend Quincy Jones, Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg, and the World Poker Tour on bnetTV.com

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - November 15, 2007) - Winmax Trading Group, Inc. ("Winmax") (PINKSHEETS: WNMX) subsidiary bnetTV's (www.bnettv.com) on-the-ground reporting team conducted interviews with industry leaders in mobile, entertainment, enterprise mobility, M2M and application development. Kick starting the show coverage was an interview with the Grammy award winning and American icon Mr. Quincy Jones. bnetTV.com covered the keynote speech of Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg, and the bnetTV.com crew was there to video the exciting World Poker Tours mobile launch party. Our team was on the show floor checking out the latest in innovations with NeuroSky's President Stanley Young, developer of BrainWave, an effective bio sensor and signal processing system for the consumer market, and Smaato's Harald Neidhardt to talk about their advertising platform.

Rob Mesirow, CTIA Show Director and VP of Business Development, spoke to bnetTV.com about how industry innovators -- whether Fortune 500 members or newly emerged in this space -- embrace the opportunity to establish successful trade partnerships at the event. Other industry innovators that the bnetTV.com spoke with include Lorane Poersch, president of Crazyfunbabe, a mobile site created by women for women; Faraz Sayed, CEO of Mobile Complete, a leading edge development platform who recently announced a gateway for the iPhone development; Bango's CEO Ray Anderson spoke briefly about Selling digital content to mobile phone users; and ThirdScreenMedia's VP of Marketing and Strategy, Brian Stoller, addressed the growth of 3rd party advertising publishers to assist content creators with monetization opportunities.

bnetTV.com, Inc. interviewed over 100 top Executives in the Wireless and IT industry at the CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment Show in San Francisco October 22-25th. The CTIA Show is the largest event in the Wireless and IT industry; it embodies the ever-changing, dynamic and innovative world of wireless data in Enterprise and Entertainment. The show brought together key audiences such as enterprise users, solution providers, content owners and mobile distribution channels to form strategic partnerships, service industry needs and create new innovations in wireless data.

Michelle Sklar, Lead Reporter and Producer for bnetTV.com, said, "Being on the inside track of what is happening in the quickly evolving Wireless World, allows us to bring both industry insiders and consumers the most comprehensive information on wireless data. We help showcase the groundbreaking innovations and creative solutions for enterprise and entertainment through our event coverage."

According to a new ad spending report by eMarketer (www.emarketer.com), Advertisers are well on the way to spend $21.4 billion on the Internet in 2007 and by 2011, spending on advertisements online is expected to reach $42 billion.

For these and other interviews visit www.bnettv.com.

Up next for bnetTV.com is simultaneous coverage of the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) conference in Los Angeles and the Mobile Internet World conference in Boston, highlighted by the W3C Director and Inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee.

About bnetTV.com

bnetTV.com (business Network Television) is rapidly becoming a leader in the mobile, wireless, Internet technologies, and streaming technology industries.

bnetTV.com a full-service video production and video streaming company producing both client-commissioned, in-house video and multi-media content for broadcast over the Internet. bnetTV.com has built a reputation in the technology and telecommunications industry as a reliable and cutting edge source for information and coverage on industry related trade shows. Our weekly programs Urban Beat, Wireless Planet, Maraschino MisAdventures and bnetTV.com cover a range of issues with interviews, special reports and events. bnetTV.com is a wholly owned subsidiary of Winmax Trading Group, Inc. (WNMX) with offices in New York, NY and Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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