I’ve just discovered what I believe could will be the NEXT Internet start-up to see its market cap explode,
almost overnight, to a $-Billion plus!
As you’ll see as you read on, I don’t see anything that could slow this still-mostly-overlooked technology company from quickly jumping its earnings into the hundreds of millions of dollars, and then, within two years or so, into the billions.
Think how many $-Billions this company would rake in as the one single company with a virtual monopoly on all of the world’s streaming video – unlimited millions of hours of the most-loved movies, from early Disney to classics like Gone With The Wind, as well as recent hits like Harry Potter and Dark of the Moon... all of the great TV series, from Johnny Carson and I Love Lucy to Dallas and Gun Smoke... documentaries... historic sporting events like the Ali/Fraser or Dempsey/Schmeling fights... stunning nature series... everything anyone, anywhere would ever want to watch.
Imagine being able to log on anytime, anyplace, enter the name of any movie ever made... any TV show... any sporting event... any documentary... news event... Broadway show... practically anything you can think of – and then, with just a click, being able to watch it on your smartphone, tablet or smart TV!
That’s what this is about.
Unlimited (any title, any time, any place) online entertainment
is the Holy Grail of the Internet Industry.
We’re talking about a paradigm shift in the entire entertainment industry.
And, you’re about to discover how this one single start-up company has developed a killer strategy that I believe could put it in the driver’s seat of a streaming video industry projected to be worth some $61.1 billion by 2015.
You may not be old enough to remember when black and white TV sets had only 12 channels. TV has come a long way with the hundreds of channels now available on cable or satellite TV.
Now, there’s another, equally monumental change happening to what you watch and how you watch it!
The Internet’s Next $-Billion Plus Company!
Soon, very soon, you and the rest of the world’s 5.9 billion Internet users, will be able to select from an immense, virtually-limitless digital library of literally millions of hours of the world’s greatest entertainment and watch what you want, whenever you want, wherever you are...
- Your favorite films, both old and new, much-loved as well as obscure classics...
- Your favorite TV shows, from I Love Lucy to Dallas and the best of Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show...
- Great documentaries, history and war films...
- Nature series, science, medicine, education...
- The greatest sports events of all time, from the Joe Lewis/Max Schmeling fight to the first Super Bowl and the running of the first sub-four-minute mile!
Soon, as quickly and easily as doing an Internet search, you’ll be able to find and watch just about anything you can think of... anytime... and anyplace, because...
You’ll be able to stream the content of your choice to
your Internet-connected DVD player, iPad,
laptop, video game console, or your new smart TV.
Now, instead of having to settle for only what the networks offer, you’ll soon be able to access and choose from an estimated 700,000 digitalized titles, unlimited millions of hours of your favorite entertainment, as quickly and effortlessly as you now do an online search.
Now, you’ll be in charge instead of the provider. TIVO, DVRS and network On Demand, will all be a thing of the past.
You’ll be able to search on line for titles, click and connect, with automatic billing.
This is as much of a game-changer as the transition from black and white TV to HD-TV... or from the big, bulky-tube TVs to slim, flat-screen sets.
It’s the future of video entertainment ... a little-known start-up by the name of Digital Development Group (DIDG) already making it happen... and it’s going to change everything!
And, for reasons you’re about to discover, DIDG stands to monopolize an industry that’s expected to grow to $61.1 Billion by 2015!
For the first time in 2012, there will be more movies
watched over the
Internet than on DVD.
And that’s why I believe Google, Microsoft, Comcast or one of the other biggies is going to scoop up DIDG soon, before it gets so big, no one will be able to afford to buy it.
It’s such a fundamental advancement in the way content is going to be delivered in the future that I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see a bidding war between cash-rich Facebook, giant Google and even Comcast, Microsoft, or AT&T drive the final take-over price as high as $2.5, or even $3.0 billion.
At a takeover price of $2.5 billion, each share of DIDG would be worth $33.93!
Breakthrough, Proprietary Technology
Digital Development Group (OTCBB:DIDG) to Offer
Owners a ZERO-COST path to Streaming Video!
There are now 5.9 billion Internet-connected consumers around the globe and they’re already clamoring for more online streaming video to watch on their iPones, Droids, iPads. Tablets and Smart-TV.
Netflix and Hulu have already entered that arena. But, both have a cost structure that will forever limit their ability to build and deliver an all-inclusive library. Both are doomed. And here’s why:
Say you’re a Hollywood movie company with hundreds of the hottest recent films and thousands of great old movies and you approach Netflix, Hulu or Comcast about making your films available for streaming video.
You’re going to run into two immediate problems:
First, you’d have to plunk down $10-$14,000 to have your movie converted for digital streaming.
Second, you’d have to pay up front, to make it available for on-demand streaming video.
How long do you think it would take to earn back the $15,000 to $20,000 it cost you to make a 1957 Hitchcock thriller available.
See my point?
It’s the costs that, until now, have kept entertainment companies from digitalizing the 700,000 or so great movies in their libraries and making them available online.
Comcast, Netflix, Hulu and AT&T have all been struggling unsuccessfully to find a way to generate a profit from on-demand streaming video. But their costs are way too high.
But, now DIDG has kicked down the cost barrier!
Digital Development Group, (OTCBB:DIDG) has developed a proprietary system that converts traditional entertainment content for online digital streaming at 1/10 of the lowest price of its nearest competitor. And, it’s offering to ...
Convert any content, from any library, for FREE!
DIDG is the only company to do this. Which means by 2015 it could have a virtual monopoly on that whopping $60.1 Billion online video market!
DIDG is going to make millions and millions of dollars converting movies for FREE and streaming them on the Internet...
How does DIDG do it?
One Pass Media™
DIDG calls its proprietary system, One Pass Media,™ and it’s the key to making on-demand video a reality and making tens of millions in profit from the ongoing internet explosion.
And only DIDG has it! That’s why the media giants need it. And that’s why they’re going to be fighting over it! Exclusive rights to this conversion software could, for example, give Comcast a death grip over Direct TV... or visa versa!
You almost need a degree in computer science to appreciate One Pass, but suffice it to say, it’s able to digitalize video faster and more economically than ever before while effectively reducing bandwidth costs, and providing users with a faster loading video experience.
DIDG’s proprietary systems make it possible to centralize and manage a limitless library of digitalized entertainment and bill viewers from one location. One Pass Media™ or “O.P.M” - has built in “smart tools” that make it super-easy for big and small film and content owners to cash in on the mobile video craze in ways never before imagined.
Plus, OPM offers cross platform capabilities for the kind of social network integration Facebook and Google will absolutely have to have.
The One Pass Media™ platform allows the content owner to simply upload its content to DIDG servers and to effectively create a virtual “television network” which can deliver the content to a consumer’s viewing device of choice, all from a single user login account.
DIDG bridges the gap between library owners of literally MILLIONS of hours of content (visual: films, TV Shows, documentaries, sports) and what could be an explosive growth of user-created specialty “micro-channels,”
Unlike the Netflix model, which essentially has a “one price fits all” mentality, DIDG’s technology allows complete personalization of content delivery based on various factors. For example, on Valentine’s Day, any content classified as “love interest” can be priced at a special rate, or content can be designated for special promotions or even given freely to certain audience segments while others are billed for viewing.
DIDG also offers content owners a proprietary billing application that can either “plug and play” into any existing customer billing solution or serve as a stand-alone product offering micro-payment capabilities; the ability to track and confirm orders in a real time environment and utilize other third party billing applications such as PayPal. The company’s secure servers can handle any transaction as well as simultaneous transactions of any kind.
DIDG’s One Pass also enables impulse buying without overly engaging or distracting the consumer; the consumer has the control to turn on or off this feature, which when activated, provides the customer with a personalized shopping experience.
And, because the One Pass Media™ system will provide insight into consumer behavior and preferences, advertising revenue should become as big a part of its revenue stream as it is for Google. Just one more reason why I believe Google may already have DIDG in its sights.
One Pass is the new standard of delivery, management and monetization. It is the most flexible video content delivery platform on the Internet and I have to believe that Facebook or Google, or even Microsoft, is going to move quickly to scoop this one up!
The platform is designed for enterprise level customers –such as Comcast or Netflix— as
well as even amateur content creators (which appeals to the massive group of people creating and posting user-generated content on YouTube and various social networks).
In return for a 40-50% cut of the generated revenues!
I believe DIDG is going to quickly turn into a cash cow! Even before it gets scooped up, the company’s novel business plan has profits written all over it. DIDG is already negotiating 50-50 deals with several of the major film libraries.
Think how fast the revenue will pour in when DIDG begins collecting 40-50% of the rental fee paid every time one of those 5.9 billion Internet viewers around the world decide to watch any movie ever produced
... any documentary... any sporting event... virtually anything anyone would ever want to watch!
We’re talking about mind-boggling potential revenue! The kind of potential for billions in profit that can’t help but attract buyout interest from Google, Comcast, AT&T or one of the other entertainment biggies.
Now, think how rich you could get if you bought some DIDG stock while it’s still in its
$1-a-share, “just-being-discovered” stage before it’s scooped up by Google or Comcast in a takeover for $20... $25... even $33.93 a share!
As the only digital conversion game in town...
DIDG stands to quickly become
the world’s largest
of online entertainment.
(The Internet’s next Billion Dollar Baby!)
Right now, people (investors like you) are just waking up to this phenomenal story. The newly-listed stock (OTCBB:DIDG) hasn’t yet taken off. If you act now, before the rental revenues start flooding in, you can still get DIDG for around $1 a share.
Within 12 months, I expect DIDG could be controlling the largest digital library in the world and raking in revenues that could drive this $1 stock to $9 or higher. I’m flat out predicting that DIDG will be the next Internet-related start-up to explode in value to a billion dollars or more.
Now, for sure, a 900% profit in just 12 months is nothing to sneeze at.
But I suspect you could do even better. Way, way better!
Here’s how $10,000 invested now,
while you can still get DIDG
could turn into $339,300!
The fact is, there’s a war going on for domination of the mobile Internet. And big bucks are being spent for start-ups with new and promising Internet technologies that offer a strategic advantage.
You just saw cash-rich Facebook plunk down $1 billion for Instagram, a 2-year old company with just eleven employees. Crazy perhaps, but indicative of the power struggle.
Digital Development Group (DIDG) is about to burst on the digital scene as the NEXT big thing in the mobile world. And I’ve got to believe Comcast, AT&T and probably Google, too, are already crunching the numbers and getting ready to make a lighting-strike takeover offer of at least $2.0 billion, and more likely $2.5 billion.
If you think I’m day dreaming, consider the kind of take-over money that is thrown around in this high-stakes digital world:
- Google just spent $12.5 billion to acquire Motorola Mobility.
- Google also paid $3.1 billion for DoubleClick—an ad-serving firm with a powerful client list. The price was reportedly driven upward by a bidding war with Microsoft.
- And Google shelled out $1.65 billion for a year-old, user-generated video hosting site called YouTube.
- eBay paid $2.6 billion to own new-comer, Skype. Then Skype was sold again to Microsoft for a whopping $8.5 billion.
- Oracle handed over $1 billion for the eCommerce software producer, Art Technology Group.
- Microsoft scooped up FAST, a Norwegian-based company known for its specialized search products, for $1.2 billion.
- eBay bought PayPal for $1.5 billion.
- Yahoo paid $1.63 Billion for a “third-string” search engine company by the name of Overture Services Inc.
To me, the most interesting of those takeovers is the $12.5 billion Google/Motorola Mobility deal.
Why did Google pay $12.5 billion for Motorola Mobility?
Because Google understands that mobility is the future. The PC is being rapidly replaced by iPhones and smartphones and tablets that take the Internet to every corner of the world.
As Larry Page, Google’s CEO, explained:
“Our aim (at buying Motorola Mobile) is simple: to focus Motorola Mobility’s remarkable talent on fewer, bigger bets and create wonderful devices that are used by people around the world.”
And what do all those 5.9 billion people around the world want?
They want access to every movie ever made... every TV series ever aired... any entertainment they can possibly think of... not when the network offers it, but whenever they want it!
And that is why I believe it’s just a matter of time, perhaps only weeks, until Google makes an offer
for DIDG. The longer Google waits, the more revenues DIDG will be able to show and the higher
the price that Google will have to pay!
And, I don’t discount the possibility of a bidding war. Comcast, Netflix and AT&T are all vying for a slice of the online video pie.
If my prediction is correct...
$10,000 invested in DIDG now
while you can still
get it at around
$1 a share would leave you sitting
on $339,300.00 worth of stock!
The really big profit – the hundreds of millions made by billionaire venture capitalists on these start-ups—is due to their ability to get in very early.
Well... it’s still very early for DIDG. Get in now while the stock is still under $1 and you could soon enjoy some serious venture-capital-type profits.
But, you want to act NOW, before it’s scooped up by Google, Comcast, Netflix or even AT&T at 2.000%... 2,500%... even 3,300% more than its current $1trading price!
A buyout deal with Google at $33.93 a share would turn $10,000 worth of ANDT bought now at $1 into a mountain of profit worth $339,300.00!
Here’s why DIDG is such a game-changer: It’s literally “Over The Top!”
This is about bypassing network programming as well as the cable and satellite content providers, and using the Internet to offer the more than 5.9 billion Internet subscribers the opportunity to view streaming video of their choice of whatever they want... wherever they are... whenever they want.
Traditional TV, computer systems and mobile devices are merging to create a new entertainment distribution revolution. It’s called Over-The-Top Home Entertainment Media and it piggybacks on existing network services in your home to deliver your choice of content to your Smart Phone, tablet, laptop, DVD player, video game console, or Smart TVs.
It's often referred to as "over-the-top" because the services ride “on top” of the service you already have, and doesn’t require any business or technology affiliations, or additional subscriptions with their network provider.
This is a very important distinction, as the ISP in effect is providing the pipeline distribution channel for the content, but does not interfere with or participate in the actual delivery; rather, the ISP simply transports IP packets.
In fact, DIDG is one of the few companies that is a pure-play investment where you can take advantage of the transition to OTT.
This is a different business proposition than offering Video-on-Demand (VOD) services, where the ISP (which may be a telecommunications company, cable operator or Internet only provider) is deciding what’s available to view and handling storage, billing and other logistical details, and not just ensuring that data reaches the consumer.
Driving viewers to dedicated Websites or expecting them to tune in to television programming on a fixed broadcast schedule is becoming a more difficult and outdated concept, as consumers are increasingly adopting a mindset of an on-demand model – that makes it possible to...
Get most anything you want, whenever you want it.
Facebook and Google Will Both Want to Have It!
OTT is in the process of revolutionizing the industry by spawning literally thousands of new channels. There’s already an impressive and growing list of early adopters, including: Roku, Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, GOOGLE Play, and APPLE.
7 Solid Reasons To Buy Shares of DIDG Now:
Mobile digital is clearly the future of entertainment. 5.9 billion consumers are now connected to the Internet and sales of smartphones, iPads laptops and smart-TVs are going through the roof. The ability to watch virtually whatever you want, when you want, wherever you are is irresistible.
||Digital movies are expected to be a $61.6 billion a year global business by 2015. The key to success is going to be the ability to deliver content. The provider with the biggest library will come out on top.
DIDG is the sole owner of the only available technology that slashes current costs to convert content for delivery as digital streaming video by 90%! DIDG will even convert existing content at no cost in return for
a 40-50% cut of future earned income. That means any media, anywhere, can put content on the Internet.
DIDG makes streaming video a commercially viable proposition! It’s the key to the on-demand revolution.
||If one of the major entertainment giants grabs exclusive rights to use it, that company would have a virtual monopoly on streaming video that could be worth billions in annual profits. That’s why I predict a bidding war that could send this $1 stock as high as $33.93 a share!
Even before a buyout, DIDG should enjoy healthy growth and profits as its technology is available immediately to all content libraries at no cost. DIDG’s simple/flexible centralized billing system makes it easy for viewers and providers and eliminates one of the barriers that has been holding back this mega-trend.
||Management has the track record, the technical expertise and the industry contacts that should guarantee success!
||I can see Google, Comcast, AT&T and a bunch of others in an all-out bidding war for DIDG that could end up with this $1 (now) stock going for a hammer price of $25 or even $33.93.
But, only DIDG has the proprietary technology that will separate
the winners from those that
fall by the wayside.
The key to success in this evolving world will be having the vast, virtually limitless library of the content viewers want. And that, in a nutshell, is why Google, Netflix and even Apple absolutely need what only DIDG has!
Again, it’s important to remember that until now, the typical cost to reformat a movie for digital distribution was $10,000 to $15,000. But now, DIDG will do it for nothing!
There are some 700,000 great titles waiting to be made available for online streaming video and now DIDG will do the conversion for nothing in return for a 40-50% cut of income generated on that film. And that opens the door for the creation of a virtually limitless library of digital films.
This is the next breakthrough
in the Internet revolution!
As of 2011, 35 percent of the global population was online (up from only 18 percent in 2006), and 45 percent of these users are under age 25, a demographic which historically has spent considerable time online. There are 5.9 billion mobile cellular subscriptions, of which more than 1.2 billion are broadband mobile as illustrated at right:
Mobile broadband subscriptions have grown 45 percent over the past four years and exceed fixed (wired) broadband subscriptions considerably.
The opportunity for DIDG is truly global in scale; while the United States is a dominant powerhouse when it comes to producing entertainment content which has strong global appeal (global box office reached $32.6 billion in 2011, powered by the continuing growth in international markets, up from $22.4 billion in 2010, and increasing despite the fact the North American theatrical box office gross dropped to $10.2 billion in 2011 from $10.6 billion in 2010), it lags behind many other nations in terms of infrastructure capabilities, particularly with regard to broadband access speeds.
And that’s the void that DIDG is going to fill! Using its proprietary technologies and close industry relationships the company is developing a broad-based and varied portfolio of content for Internet TV distribution. DIDG's business model is designed to share revenues with the content owners and provide unique monetization methods.
One Pass Media™ gives power back to the content owner, as well as, empowers the consumers and creates a symbiotic direct-to-consumer relationship for the content owners/distributors without the involvement of other middlemen (such as ISPs or network operators) which can devalue content.
Think of that: If I’m right, $10,000 invested now in DIDG while you can still get it around $1 could explode to $250,000. And seriously, it could happen in the blink of an eye. It could happen a month from now. . .in six months. . .or it could very well happen tomorrow!
I mean, what do you think Mark Zuckerberg is going to do now with his newly-pocketed $100 Billion in cash? He’s going to spend it! I suspect he’s already made a short-list of takeover targets, un-known start-ups that can help him expand his Internet empire.
Think about this: there are 73.68 million shares of DIDG stock. If Google or Comcast were to step to the plate with an offer of say, $1.5 billion (not unreasonable given the history of recent Internet take-overs), that would mean this $1-now stock would be worth $20.35 a share.
$10,000 invested now at $1 would be worth $203,500!
But, as I think you’ll agree, this is much bigger than that! And I predict this stock will take off soon solely on the company’s intrinsic merits. With a 40-50% cut and a potential market of 5.9 billion viewers, we’re talking about the potential for profits soon in the hundreds of millions of dollars.
And, to top it all, DIDG has precisely the right management mix of entertainment and technology to deliver the goods, with an executive team that has completed hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of distribution deals in the past:
Joe Q. Bretz -- President
Internet and technology entrepreneur turned film, television, and music producer, Bretz came to prominence in 2002 alongside long-time partner, Richard Verdoni, with the revolutionary direct-to-hard disc production of the California Music Awards' 25th Anniversary Show, effectively introducing an alternative method for post-production. Bretz has built a multi-faceted resume that has included unique and notable music and feature film production projects.
Together, Bretz and Verdoni have incubated numerous technology companies with a focus on digital media content delivery methods.
Bretz has also worked closely with NASDAQ listed companies, including Progressive Gaming Company, in creating innovative multi-media approaches to new strategic marketing campaigns.
He has tremendous expertise in digital rights management along with a unique understanding of the multiple ways in which the company can profit from the different streams of intellectual property. He continues to forge new alliances and collaborate with a client list that includes A-list tech companies and celebrities. He is a member of the Academy for Recording & Arts Sciences and has contributed to a number of various charities. Bretz’s vision, shared by all of management, is to create the ultimate standard for the course of all media and content delivery in the years to come.
Richard W. Verdoni -- Chief Technology Officer
Google him yourself and you’ll see that Verdoni’s extensive background in art and computer science led to his early involvement in the Silicon Valley boom of the 90s as an associate producer for a 3rd party video game developer for the Atari Corporation.
His various accomplishments included new methods for rotoscoping, sprite development and color computation. He went on to consult for DIVATV, an SRI spin-off, which was eventually sold to Comcast and was one of the first adopters of IPTV where Verdoni was instrumental in providing new methods for VOD content delivery.
Richard has partnered in a number of successful multimedia start-ups and internet based businesses servicing and developing applications and solutions for hundreds of clients over the past 15 years. He has also engaged as an IT consultant to the U.S. State Department's embassy in Mexico City. He recently returned to California where he plans to fully dedicate his time in furthering the growth of DIDG.
Mart W. Greenwald -- Chief Executive Officer
Served as Chairman of the Board of Image Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: DISK) from its founding in 1981 until January, 2010, overseeing the company’s growth from $1M in revenues to over $120M per year. Greenwald oversaw the acquisition of content, negotiating Image's exclusive content agreements with major Hollywood studios, including Disney, Fox, Warner Bros., MGM and a host of other A-list content suppliers. Alongside his CFO, he oversaw the company’s full reporting and compliance requirements for Sarbanes-Oxley. Greenwald was the spokesperson for the company’s shareholder relations, speaking at numerous conferences and presentations for broker dealers on an International basis. His reputation in the entertainment industry is unparalleled.
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