SOURCE: F3 Technologies, Inc.

F3 Technologies, Inc.

August 23, 2011 09:30 ET

F3 Technologies in Negotiations for Large Movie Catalog

ALPHARETTA, GA--(Marketwire - Aug 23, 2011) - F3 Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FTCH) announced today that it has entered into negotiations with a third-party to acquire the distribution rights to a massive movie catalogue.

"Acquiring a movie catalogue of this magnitude will undoubtedly catapult FargoTube to the forefront of the ever growing movie monetization business," F3 CEO Frank Connor said. "With the ability to set multiple pricing options on the FargoTube platform we'll be able to provide customers with more choices and greater flexibility on how they want to access their favorite content. Even more important, the producers/owners of these films will get a drastically increased share of revenues than they currently get on competing platforms such as Netflix."

F3 Technologies plans to unveil the new FargoTube experience to its customers and investors October 10, 2011 in a new "State of the Union" video format showcased on the FargoTube platform. Offering a wide range of new movies, music, and shows will be the first step in helping to increase the number of paying customers and subscribers on the FargoTube platform.

FargoTube ( is an online distribution and social-networking platform that's free to musicians, record labels, filmmakers and other content owners and allows them to upload their music and videos, build a fan site, sell merchandise and connect with their fans through a central service.

F3 Technologies is a software innovator that creates specialized social networks for groups ranging from homeowners associations to music fans. Its products include Interaction Community Systems™, an online tool for homeowners associations and other member groups; Interactive Defense System™, for police and other municipal departments; and Website Tournament, a transparent and competitive marketplace for site design.

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