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Yahoo!My Yahoo!Mail Make Y! your home pageYahoo! SearchSearch:Sign In New User? Sign UpFinance Home -Help Mon, Oct 22, 2007, 4:15AM ET - U.S. Markets closed. Dow 2.64% Nasdaq 0.00% HomeInvestingMarket OverviewMarket StatsStocksMutual FundsETFsBondsOptionsIndustriesCurrencyEducationNews & OpinionMarketsInvesting IdeasExpert AdviceCompany FinancesProvidersPersonal FinanceBanking & BudgetingCareer & WorkCollege & EducationFamily & HomeInsuranceLoansReal EstateRetirementTaxesHow-to GuidesMy PortfoliosSign In to Create/Edit My PortfoliosFree trial of Real-Time QuotesGet QuotesSymbol LookupFinance Search CHINA YOUTV CORP (CYTV.OB) On Oct 19: 0.29 0.00 (0.00%) MORE ON CYTV.OB Quotes Summary Options Historical Prices Charts Charts News & Info Headlines Financial Blogs Company Events Message Board Company Profile Key Statistics SEC Filings Competitors Industry Components Analyst Coverage Analyst Opinion Analyst Estimates Research Reports Star Analysts Ownership Major Holders Insider Transactions Insider Roster Financials Income Statement Balance Sheet Cash Flow $0 Stock Trades at Zecco · Plus cheap options trades · No gimmicks. No hidden fees.
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Nov 22, 2007 09:00 ET China YouTV JV Partner Signs Agreement to Promote CnBoo on Train BEIJING, CHINA--(Marketwire - Nov. 22, 2007) - China YouTV Corp. (OTCBB:CYTV), a publicly traded company that provides online video viewing services through its CnBoo website in China, reports that its Chinese Joint Venture Partner HuaJu signed an agreement with Shen Zhou Yipin Advertising Co. Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Yipin") to promote CnBoo on trains.
Per the agreement, "Yipin" used its on-train television system to promote CnBoo between September 15 and October 15, 2007. During the period, CnBoo's 30 second advertisement DV was broadcast on no less than 19 trains. Short distance runs showed the DV twice, while longer distance runs showed the DV five times.
Since October 1st is national day in China, transportation reached the peak-period during the month. As a result, the additional train advertising showed excellent results:
- Over 483.72 million passengers rode the train between Oct. 1st and Oct. 10th, (according to Railway-China).
- Each day more than 1.2 million to 2 million individuals were exposed to CnBoo advertising.
- Individuals from every demographic had the opportunity to view the CnBoo video.
- Individuals spend anywhere from a few hours to days in the enclosed train environment.
- Line-by-line route selectivity for precise targeting
- Efficiency and Accountability
The signing of this cooperation agreement greatly extended the Company's advertising capacity and influence in China's market and increased the Company's brand name awareness in the industry.
"This was a fantastic opportunity for us to promote the CnBoo website to people who may never have seen our other types of advertising," said Mr. Wei, CEO of CYTV. "Train travel plays an important role in moving millions of individuals around China, and we are proud to introduce CnBoo to so many people as they go about their daily business."
The Company signed a Definitive Agreement with HuaJu to set up a Joint Venture in China on March 16, 2007. According to the Agreement, the China YouTV Corp. owns 51% of the joint venture company and will provide the required working capital for the Joint Venture. HuaJu will be in charge of the daily operation of the Joint Venture. HuaJu has agreed to conduct its video sharing business only through the Joint Venture, and has agreed to contribute its web site, www.CnBoo.com and customer contracts to the Joint Venture.
www.CnBoo.com ("CnBoo") is the online video site belonging to the Joint Venture established by China YouTV Corp. and HuaJu. It is a video viewing site and social networking site that allows users to create their own profiles, post videos, and comment on each other's posts.
The CnBoo web site is similar to YouTube (www.YouTube.com), the No. 1 online video site in operation. Within less than 2 years, CnBoo already has over 1.2 million members and over 2 million pieces of original digital video (DV) shorts.
In order to increase membership and brand name awareness as well as moving the company towards sustained profitability, we have worked both on-line and off-line.
1. HuaJu has signed serials of agreements to enhance its on-line content for raising brand awareness and membership.
- launched a video site of CCTV's TV program "Exploring High and Low".
- launched value-added travel services together with ManGocity.com.
- Entertainment & Events
- Sulake Corporation Ltd. (HABBO) to host "HABBO Original DV Shorts Contest" on CnBoo;
- VVSky Broadband Media Group to acquire short video programs to feature on CnBoo;
- Beijing TaiDe Interactive Technology Co. Ltd. to cooperate on video sharing contents;
- BeiJing SiHaiDongXing Culture and Media Ltd. to develop online videos for high-speed internet users;
- Youyi Chunqiu Network Technology Ltd. Co. to promote online game "Pick" on CnBoo;
- Asia Media Group to promote "Creative Tube"-Global Awards of Chinese New Media Creative Tube Contest on CnBoo;
- Music Nation Records Company Ltd. to use its audio and video files on CnBoo;
- Shanghai Yue Sheng Information Technology Co., Ltd. to launch an exclusive music shopping channel on CnBoo;
- Beijing Da Sheng Chang Xiang Culture Broadcasting Co., Ltd. to promote an album of Chinese pop star Zhang Bo Hong on CnBoo;
- Bejing Megadia Company to host Humor channel on CnBoo;
- Unlimited Chance Technology Development Co., Ltd. to share and exchange advertising resources;
2. The Company has signed several revenue-based contracts to move towards sustained profitability.
- 21Century Network Co.: signed a cooperation and revenue sharing agreement for "Special DV Shorts" channel on Vnet;
- TianWeiYuanChang Co.: HuaJu is entitled 70% of the profit from online advetisements with TianWei content;
- Beijing Jiahe Interactive Network Technology Co., Ltd.: Both parties work together to launch a new category "Video House" on CnBoo. HuaJu will be entitled to 40% of revenue generated from the advertisement;
- Shanghai Vekee Advertising Co. Ltd.: signed a long-term revenue based contract to distribute advertisement on CnBoo;
HuaJu has signed several agreements to promote its 3G space cards as well as to increase the brand name awareness.
1. Cooperation with Gome: The Company signed a contract with Gome to use its publicizing platform to promote CnBoo and 3G digital space cards, meanwhile to host Original DV contest in Gome's selected stores during a major Chinese holiday.
2. Cooperation with Z-CARD UK: The Company has been officially appointed as the first agent for Z-CARD's advertisements of major consumer sectors in Greater China.
3. Cooperation with APEPCY (AIDS Prevention Education Project for Chinese Youth): The Company was exclusively authorized by PAEPCY to negotiate with media operators using LED displays with respect to the cooperation issues concerned. If the Company successfully locate media operators, all LED will have CnBoo's logo on them.
The Company has shown increasing popularity as its CnBoo web sites have been ranked No.1 on Microsoft Live, No.1 on Google China, No.7 on BaiDu, No.11 on Yahoo China and No.12 on Google China when searching for keywords: on-line video, and on-line video sharing web sites recently. The Company also has launched its new version for enhanced functionality.
The Company has changed its name to China YouTV this year to reflect its new business operations: the fast growing video sharing web site market in China.
This report contains "forward-looking" statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. All statements other than statements of historical facts included in this report are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, economic and political factors; developments of the Chinese and North American markets and changes in regulatory matters; our business strategies and future plans of operations; the market acceptance and amount of sales of our products and services; our historical losses; the competitive environment within the industries in which we compete; and our ability to raise additional capital, currently needed for expansion.
The Company cautions that forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated in the forward-looking statements due to several important factors.
ITEM 2. MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OR PLAN OF OPERATION This section of this report includes a number of forward-looking statements that reflect our current views with respect to future events and financial performance. Forward-looking statements are often identified by words like: believe, expect, estimate, anticipate, intend, project and similar expressions, or words which, by their nature, refer to future events. You should not place undue certainty on these forward-looking statements, which apply only as of the date of this report. These forward-looking states are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from historical results or our predictions.
Plan of Operation
We are a start-up, development stage company and have not yet generated or realized any revenues from our business activities. We were incorporated in the State of Nevada on May 18, 2005. Initially, we acquired the right to conduct exploration activities on one property, but we did not own the property. The property consists of one mineral claim containing 622 acres located in the Similkameen region of British Columbia, Canada. We had intended to explore for gold on the property. We haven't found any commercially viable mineral deposit, or a reserve, yet. We do not plan to have further exploration on this property.
On March 16, 2007, we signed a Definitive Agreement with HuaJu NetMedia to set up a Joint Venture in China and set foot in the Chinese Internet video sharing field. The formation of the Joint Venture is in process. According to the Agreement, we own 51% of the joint venture company and will provide the required working capital for the Joint Venture. HuaJu will be in charge of the daily operation of the Joint Venture. HuaJu has agreed to conduct its video sharing business only through the Joint Venture, and has agreed to contribute its web site, www.CnBoo.com and customer contracts to the Joint Venture.
www.CnBoo.com ("CnBoo") is the online video site belonging to the Joint Venture established by China YouTV Corp. and HuaJu. It is a video viewing site and social networking site that allows users to create their own profiles, post videos, and comment on each other's posts. The CnBoo web site is similar to YouTube (www.YouTube.com), the No. 1 online video site in operation. Within 2 years, CnBoo already has over 1.2 million members and over 2 million pieces of original digital video (DV) shorts.
To increase membership and CnBoo's brand name awareness, HuaJu has worked both on-line and off-line.
On-line: HuaJu has signed several agreements to enhance its on-line content, such as an agreement for CCTV's TV program "Exploring High and Low", an agreement with ManGoCity, a travel company, an agreement with Megadia to host a Humor channel on CnBoo web site, and the recently signed agreement with Music Nation and VVSky to add more music on its web site and the recent advertisement exchange agreement with 3g4a's subsidiary: Unlimited Chance Technology Development Co. Ltd.
Off-line: HuaJu has signed several agreements to promote its 3G space cards, such as the agreement with Gome Electrical Appliances Holding Ltd., the largest chain store operator of electrical appliances in China to distribute its 3G digital space cards to Gome customers; an agreement with HURRAY, a NASDAQ listed company, for the launch of 3G experience terminals in Gome's stores; an agreement with ManGoCity, and a promotion agreement with Z-Card. HuaJu also has exclusive right from AIDS Prevention Education Project for Chinese Youth to negotiate with investors to install LED displays in the colleges and universities across China. All LEDs will have HuaJu and CnBoo's logo on it.
The Company has shown increasing popularity as its CnBoo web sites has recently been ranked No.1 on Microsoft Live, No. 1 on Google China, No.7 on BaiDu, No.11 on Yahoo China and No.12 on Google China when searching for the keywords: on-line video, and on-line video sharing web sites. The Company also has launched its new version for enhanced functionality.
The Company has changed its name to China YouTV this year to reflect its new business operations: the fast growing video sharing web site market in China.
Liquidity and Capital Resources
The Company had cash capital of $2,280 at September 30, 2007. The Company has no other capital resources other than the ability to use its common stock to achieve additional capital raising. Other than cash capital, its other assets would be illiquid.
As of September 30, 2007, it had $131,978 in current assets, consisting of $2,280 cash and $129,698 prepaid expenses, and current liabilities of $ 128,969, consisting of $48,849 accounts payable and accrued expenses and $80,120 due to related party.
As of September 30, 2007, our total assets were $131,978 and our total liabilities were $128,969.
We have no long-term debt as of September 30, 2007.
Peking sperrt Internet-Videoseiten Was haben Stage6, YouTube und Metacafe gemeinsam? Richtig: Sie dienen nicht "dem Volk und dem Sozialismus", und das geht ja nun gar nicht. Meint die Regierung in Peking und zensiert ab 31.1. den Zugriff auf Web-Videos. Die gibt es dann nur noch staatlich kontrolliert.
Hongkong - China will die Verbreitung von Videos im Internet drastisch einschränken. Webseiten, die Filme anbieten, wie zum Beispiel das auch in China populäre Portal YouTube, sollen ab dem 31. Januar nur noch von staatlich kontrollierten Firmen betrieben werden dürfen. Das wurde am Donnerstag auf den Webseiten der staatlichen Medienbehörde und des Informationsministeriums mitgeteilt.
Mit den neuen Vorschriften sollen Anbieter den Angaben zufolge daran gehindert werden, Videos zu verbreiten, die pornografische Inhalte haben, Staatsgeheimnisse verraten, die Stabilität der Gesellschaft gefährden oder der Reputation Chinas abträglich sind. "Wer Videodienste im Internet anbietet, sollte darauf pochen, dem Volk und dem Sozialismus zu dienen", hieß es in der Erklärung.
Zunächst war unklar, welche Auswirkungen die neuen Vorschriften auf im Ausland ansässige Privatunternehmen wie YouTube haben würden. Die Formulierung lässt sich auch so lesen, dass die Einschränkung nur inländische Anbieter betrifft. Sehr wahrscheinlich ist dies jedoch nicht: Wo Chinas Regierung zensierend in den Web-Traffic eingriff, schloss dies immer auch die Angebote ausländischer Betreiber ein.
Anzeige Mit Blick auf die Olympischen Spiele in Peking im Sommer hatten Menschenrechtsgruppen China zuletzt wiederholt aufgerufen, die Internet- und Medienkontrollen zu lockern. Regierungskritische Blogs wurden zuletzt schlicht verboten. Seit einigen Tagen scheint auch der Zugriff auf westliche Medien wieder einmal eingeschränkt, betroffen waren zumindest zeitweilig auch die Seiten von SPIEGEL ONLINE.