May 15, 2007 10:17 ET

Wi-Fi TV Troop Shout-Out Channel With One-Web-World Continues as Military Bans YouTube and MySpace

Idea Comes From Sergeant in Iraq Who Calls Wi-Fi TV the Future

NEWPORT BEACH, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 15, 2007 -- Wi-Fi TV Inc. (PINKSHEETS: WTVI) stated today that it is continuing its special technology that allows all families of troops overseas, as well as the troops themselves, to use the One-Web-World feature at as a free channel to post instant video shout-outs. Unlike other video posting sites now banned by the military, Wi-Fi TV requires only a one-step fully integrated recording, reviewing and posting process.

On Monday, the military announced it was banning the video-sharing sites YouTube, Metacafe, iFilm, StupidVideos and FileCabi; social networking sites MySpace, BlackPlanet and Hi5; music sites Pandora, MTV, and live365, and the photo-sharing site Photobucket. However, to the best of Wi-Fi TV Inc.'s knowledge, there is no limitation on Wi-Fi TV, and the site's One-Web-World feature has been optimized to limit bandwidth.

The idea for the Wi-Fi TV troop shout-out came from a letter to Wi-Fi TV from Sgt. Jeff Neff, 324th MP BN HHC/IR, based in Iraq. Sgt. Neff stated:

"I'm writing to you from Iraq right now where all I can do is think about the future, and I believe Wi-Fi TV is the future," said Sgt. Neff, who explained that he is a member of Wi-Fi TV and a shareholder. Sgt. Neff offered several excellent ideas to make Wi-Fi TV "even better" and his first one was:

"Make a Troop Shout-Out Channel for our troops to send a message to their families. I know my parents and friends would get on your web site just for this very reason -- to hear my message."

Wi-Fi TV has labeled its One-Web-World page (just go to and click on the One-Web-World link which appears at the top center of every page on the site) as the location for these videos.

Thanks to Wi-Fi TV technology, members can instantly record, review and post a video shout-out at One-Web-World. All they need to do is use a webcam on their computer, and follow the easy instructions. Within a few minutes the video shout-out is posted simply by hitting the submit button. No external video equipment or recording equipment is required. The process is both free and instant.

"We are excited about the troop shout-out feature at Wi-Fi TV and plan to expand the service to include support for medical care for returning troops," said Alex Kanakaris, Chairman, Wi-Fi TV Inc. "We are working with the mother of a soldier who died in Iraq on additional benefits which can be provided.

"Wi-Fi TV's concept is to bring people together in a positive and interactive way from throughout the world so we can learn and respect each other more. We are proud to be associated with this service for the troops and their families who are sacrificing so much," said Mr. Kanakaris.

Wi-Fi TV Is a Pioneer In Online TV

Wi-Fi TV Inc. has long touted the coming convergence of TV and the Internet, and provided the first online movie in December 1995. The Wi-Fi TV web site is the only place on the Internet where you can watch hundreds of TV stations and chat with others watching the same program in a live chat box directly under the viewing screen, and get breaking news for each country and category listed, and download a dialer and make free phone calls and host live video parties all on one web site.

About Wi-Fi TV Inc.

Wi-Fi TV Inc. provides Social Internet TV™, a new generation TV delivery platform that has a geographic sphere out-distancing any traditional cable or over-the-air TV broadcaster. Wi-Fi TV memberships are free at and include such perks as free online phone calls and free chat and free online parties.

Ownership of Premium Wi-Fi TV Stations is available at $25,000 (full details are on the web site For further details email

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The Company was launched in 1995 and has been publicly traded since November 1997, and has been a pioneer in the delivery of video and books over the Internet.

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