September 13, 2000 06:03am
Ecast Adds Adult Content From Danni.com to Entertainment Network
Source: Bite Communications
by: Company Press Release
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 13, 2000--Ecast, Inc., which provides a platform for delivering and managing broadband entertainment content to smart appliances, has announced that Danni.com, an Internet-based provider of premium adult content, will join the Ecast network. The agreement makes Ecast the only public-venue entertainment network to feature content from subscription-based Danni.com, which receives approximately three million unique visitors each month.
The Guinness Book of World Records recently named Danni Ashe, president of Danni.com, as the most downloaded woman in the history of the Internet. To date approximately 850 million photos of her have been downloaded around the world.
On a pay-per-use basis, Ecast users will be able to access full-motion video and still images of hundreds of female models from the ``Models'' and ``DanniTV'' sections of Danni.com. The site is the first subscription-based addition to the Ecast network, which also includes digital music, games and e-commerce.
``Danni.com's enormous popularity will undoubtedly fuel the success of our network in the venues where adult content is appropriate,'' said Roger McAulay, Ecast president and chief operating officer. ``And since our network is fully customizable, each establishment will be able to decide for itself if Danni.com will appeal to its patrons.''
``I chose to put my site on the Ecast entertainment network so my loyal fans can visit it when they're away from their PCs,'' said Ashe. ``Plus by letting people try Danni.com without committing to a subscription fee, I will be reaching a new audience that might not have otherwise found the site at all.''
Danni.com is an Internet-based provider of adult content available exclusively to members that have subscribed to a monthly subscription. Danni's Hard Drive has a tradition of providing creative web-based adult entertainment. Danni herself is a recognized leader in the field, and has been covered extensively on CBS News, ABC News, CNN, Entertainment Tonight, E!, and Extra. She has been on the cover of the Wall St. Journal, USA Today, the Industry Standard, L.A. New Times and Shift. She has been featured in the pages of Details, P.O.V., Raygun, and more.
About Ecast, Inc.
Ecast is the first company to deliver and manage broadband entertainment content to out-of-home venues through smart appliances and Ecast's pay-per-use network. The Ecast platform, available in the United States and the United Kingdom, allows users to access the largest library of music listener selectable digital music, a compelling collection of games, Internet based films, e-commerce and a variety of community-based applications. Founded in 1999, Ecast is headquartered in San Francisco, Calif. For more information about Ecast, visit the company's Web site at http://www.ecastinc.com or call 877/541-1537.
Ken Shuman, 415/614-0500