Broadcast.com (Nasdaq: BCST) is the leading aggregator and broadcaster of
streaming media programming on the Web. The company has the network
infrastructure and expertise to deliver or "stream" hundreds of live and
on-demand audio and video programs over the Internet or intranets to
hundreds of thousands of users.
Streaming Media Content
The broadcast.com Web sites offer a large and comprehensive selection of
programming, including sports, talk and music radio, television, business
events, full-length CDs, news, commentary and full-length audio books,
serving an average of over 520,000 unique users per day. Broadcast.com
broadcasts on the Internet 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and its
*For a more complete listing of our Channels of content, refer to our Site Channels.
- Live continuous broadcasts of over 370 radio stations and networks
- Broadcasts of 30 television stations and cable networks
- Play-by-play game broadcasts and other programming of over 420 college and professional sports teams
- Live and on-demand corporate and special events
- Live music, including concerts and club performances
- On-demand music from the CD Jukebox with over 2200 full-length CDs
- Live and on-demand special interest shows and Internet-only "Webcasts"
- Over 460 full-length audiobooks
Broadcast.com has accomplished numerous Internet achievements since its
initial live broadcast in September 1995, including the Internet broadcast
of the first live commercial radio station, first live sporting event, first
live corporate quarterly earnings call and first live stockholders' meeting.
The company has broadcast over 16,000 live events including the last three
NFL Super Bowls and NCAA Basketball Tournaments, the Stanley Cup Playoffs,
the entire 1997-98 season for 24 of the 26 NHL teams, game broadcasts for
the entire season of over 300 college teams, the premiere event for the
movie "Titanic," Infoseek's 'A Day in the Garden' concert and backstage
interviews from the 1998 Academy Awards Webcast. In addition,
broadcast.com's live continuous programming includes the BBC World Service,
CNN Audioselect, Court TV and NASA TV.
Business Services - Delivering Turnkey Broadcasting Solutions
Broadcast.com provides Internet and intranet broadcasting services to
businesses and other organizations, including turnkey production of live and
archived press conferences, earnings conference calls, investor conferences,
trade shows, stockholder meetings, product introductions, training sessions,
distance learning telecourses and media events. Key business services
clients include: America Online, American Bar Association, AT&T;, Charles
Schwab, Comerica, Dell, E! Online, GartnerGroup, Harvard University, Intel,
Microsoft, Motorola, PR Newswire, Texas Instruments, Texaco and Yahoo!.
For more information, please visit Broadcast Sales
Interactive Multimedia Advertising - The broadcast.com Difference!
Broadcast.com offers unique advertising opportunities on its Web sites,
including gateway ads with guaranteed click-thrus, channel and event
sponsorships and multimedia and traditional banner ads. Broadcast.com also
offers the ability to insert Internet-only commercials within existing
For more information, please visit Advertise on broadcast.com
Mark Cuban, President and Co-founder
Mark Cuban's passion for sports and technology, coupled with his entrepreneurial spirit and experience in the technology industry, inspired him to co-found broadcast.com (formerly AudioNet ) in 1995. Today, Cuban provides the visionary leadership necessary to develop the Internet into the broadcast medium of the future, in the spirit of traditional radio and television. broadcast.com currently ranks 11th of all news information and entertainment sites on the Web, drawing a larger audience than leading destinations such as NBC.com, MTV.com, Sportsline USA and NYTimes.com.
In 1983, Cuban founded MicroSolutions and developed it into one of the leading systems integration firms in the U.S. MicroSolutions was ranked in the top 20 of the LAN 100 and included in Inc. Magazine's list of the top 500 fastest growing privately held companies. Cuban sold MicroSolutions to CompuServe in 1990 and later became president of Radical Computing, a venture capital and investment company specializing in high technology companies.
Cuban's charisma and in-depth knowledge of technology has made him a leader in the industry. He has spoken at several leading industry events, including Comdex,
Networld/Interop, Internet World and NAB/Multimedia World, has appeared on CNBC
and CNNfn, and been featured in leading business magazines including Forbes, Business Week, and the Wall Street Journal.
Todd Wagner, CEO and Co-founder
Todd Wagner co-founded broadcast.com (formerly AudioNet) in September of 1995, and in less than three years has led The Broadcast Network on the Internet from 3 employees with one PC in a bedroom to over 200 employees in a 30,000 square-foot facility in Dallas, Texas. Through Wagner's leadership and management skills, broadcast.com has become the leading aggregator and broadcaster of streaming media programming on the Web.
As CEO, he has negotiated and secured important strategic, financial and distribution partnerships with leading companies including Microsoft, Intel, Motorola, Yahoo! and RealNetworks. Wagner has a natural ability to articulate broadcast.com's complex business model and Internet trends and technologies to a variety of audiences.
Wagner has been an active speaker at many investment banking, business and technology conferences, including those hosted by Goldman Sachs, The Red Herring, Hambrecht & Quist, PR Newswire and Technology Leadership Forum. Wagner launched broadcast.com after a successful career in corporate law beginning at Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld and then rapidly progressed as partner in the Chicago-based law firm Hopkins & Sutter. He is also a CPA in the state of Texas.
Interviews with Founders
How to Contact broadcast.com
Web address: http://www.broadcast.com/
Street Address: 2914 Taylor Street Dallas, Texas 75226
Phone: 214.748.6660 or 800.342.8346