December 04, 2006 10:00 ET

Video Search Engine Exec to Speak About Web 2.0 and Video Search at iBreakfast Briefing Wednesday, Dec. 6, in New York City

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- December 4, 2006 --

What:   Video sites such as YouTube have yet to master the user experience
        or define a path to profitability.  Spoken word search will enable
        contextually relevant advertising for video and more accurate
        results in response to keyword search.

Why:    While there's plenty of hype surrounding consumer-generated media
        and online video, rational business models and satisfying user
        experience have remained elusive.  Spoken word search for video
        addresses two key limitations of the current sites and business

When:   Wednesday, Dec. 6
        7:30 a.m. (breakfast); 8:30 a.m. panel discussion

Where:  CRESA Executive Center, 100 Park Ave., NYC

Who:    David Ives, CEO, TVEyes Inc., the leading audio/video search
        engine and worldwide broadcast monitoring company.
Journalists may register at the event or by visiting Please bring credentials to the venue. For more information on TVEyes inc., please visit

Contact Ken Lempit of Austin Lawrence Group at 203-391-3006 or, for additional information or reporting resources.

About TVEyes Inc.

TVEyes Inc., headquartered in Fairfield, Conn., provides online, real-time search and indexing for television and radio broadcasts, audio and video search infrastructure for search engines, and advertising solutions for video and audio sharing and publishing Web sites through its patent-pending ConText Ad Solution. Its Media Monitoring Suite™ is in use by corporations, professional sports teams, political campaigns, elected officials and the military to provide up-to-the-second intelligence on broadcast news, in multiple languages for US and international markets. More information on TVEyes can be found at

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