SOURCE: Bonfire Productions, Inc.

June 22, 2009 16:10 ET

Bonfire Productions Sponsors Live Video Social Network Site

CARSON CITY, NV--(Marketwire - June 22, 2009) - Bonfire Productions (OTCBB: BNFR) sponsors

Bonfire Productions, the creator of the social media two-way streaming ice mobile phone, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the

Sponsorship of the blog is in keeping with our progressive social media capable ice phone and helps present to the community of tech savvy consumers.

Continuing our social media efforts, Bonfire Productions can now be found on Twitter at, where we have over 6,000 followers and climbing daily.

In addition to the blog sponsorship and Twitter account, Bonfire Productions has recently been profiled on

About Us

InterVision Network (IVNET, see website, the world leader in IP broadcasting development and related technologies, is the first and only truly Global Online Broadcasting Network. Founded in 2005 and publicly traded as of January 2008 as InterVision Network Corporation, IVNET develops original programming and distributes entertainment and business content for corporate partners.

Central to IVNET is the unparalleled content delivery network (CDN), which allows IVNET to reach a high-volume global audience at a low cost relative to other media outlets. These CDN processes support live streaming services to several user mediums, including cell phones and computers, in high definition broadcast quality to any global location. IVNET broadcasts the weekly DJ Culture Remix program on Fridays and Saturdays at 10 PM Eastern Time to a simultaneous live user audience of over 3.2 million worldwide in countries that include India, Japan, Germany, Brazil, the U.K., Canada and the U.S. Moreover, the IVNET CDN has the ability to disseminate a live streaming global broadcast that can reach users in the tens of millions.

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