SOURCE: Dream Catcher Technology

November 05, 2007 17:07 ET

Telecommunications Industry Plunges in Online Chat Ratings

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - November 5, 2007) - Dream Catcher Technology's (PINKSHEETS: DRMC) Wall Street Chatter Ratings ( has reported today that the Telecommunications Industry chat ratings have dropped dramatically. Company president Russell Ivy commented, "We were shocked to see such a dramatic drop in the online chat ratings for this sector." He went to say, "Despite the drop in Telecommunications, the Oil and Gas Industry online chat ratings in the past few weeks have been steadily increasing for several important companies."

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Wall Street Chatter is owned by Dream Catcher Technology (PINKSHEETS: DRMC), a global technology, research and information services company. Wall Street Chatter is an online research product specializing in the automated retrieval, classification, analysis and delivery of worldwide online communications statistics and data. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, Wall Street Chatter tracks millions of Internet chat-rooms, web conversations and other online communications and classifies the data by more than 5000 US Stocks. The data is then rated through the company's proprietary rating system and published through an online application available to subscribers.

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