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ClearTV Celebrates Its Public Listing And First Day Of Trading On The Bermuda Stock Exchange

BURBANK, Calif. and HAMILTON, Bermuda, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ClearTV opened for trading today on the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) under the ticker symbol "CTV" after its Public Listing. Global Custody & Clearing Limited is the company's listing sponsor and market maker to the BSX. The Company plans to dual list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange within the next week.

Greg Wojciechowski, CEO of the Bermuda Stock Exchange says, "We are delighted to welcome ClearTV to the Bermuda Stock Exchange. Clear TV's success as one of the world's leading digital television companies is a testament to its vision and long-term planning acumen and we're delighted to host them. The BSX is proud to be a partner to media innovators like ClearTV as they grow and expand their reach. We congratulate ClearTV on this important milestone and look forward to a long-standing relationship with the company and its shareholders."

ClearTV is a world-leading media and entertainment company; creating, developing, producing and distributing entertainment, news and information to a global audience.  ClearTV owns and operates a valuable portfolio of television platforms that deliver highly relevant content to targeted audiences inside airports and healthcare facilities and throughout the entire social media landscape.   

ClearTV's roster of over 200 programming partners features top television content that spans entertainment, lifestyle, music, news and sports. Clear TV's programming and highly curated schedules are at the foundation of its success in connecting with tens of millions of viewers on an annual basis.

Henry Mauriss, CEO of ClearTV explains, "Our strategy drives a complete programming lineup of top television network entertainment with current news, weather and sports to ensure a unique while engaging viewing experience. ClearTV entertains, informs and educates the world on-the-go with top tier programming in the right place, at the right time. By connecting targeted/affluent viewers to a wide variety of premium content, ClearTV delivers valuable audiences to global, national, regional and local brands."

The ClearTV platform delivers customized TV stations to dynamic Away-From-Home environments – providing airports, healthcare facilities, retailers, and resort hotels a new marketing tool that targets, reaches and engages consumers like never before. ClearTV's airport network, branded ClearVISION, brings television to major airports across the United States (expanding soon to European airports), competing directly with CNN. The ClearVISION programming model provides the affluent business traveler with a 24-hour premium channel - delivering news, entertainment, sports, weather and information in a mini-sode format. The ClearVISION schedule is day-parted with Morning, Daytime, Primetime and Late Night fare from the best brands in the television broadcasting industry.

ClearTV recently launched TVChannels4u. TVChannels4u drives talent and customizable programming in the new age of the always-on-demand, mobile and social world. TVChannels4u creates, produces and curates the best in Social TV. TVChannels4u entertains and engages viewers with original TV programming from a wide variety of genres such as comedy, drama, news, sports, education and information. "We have created a new studio for a new Hollywood –a studio that serves to provide viewers of all tastes access to premium programming, 'When They Want it, Where They Want it' and on the device of their choice," said David Tetreault, COO of ClearTV.

ClearTV also operates TVStudios4U. A production and branding powerhouse that thrives on delivering its client's brand strategy, brand design and brand innovation. Innovation at TVStudios4U does not come from a mold. TVStudios4U creates end-to-end, custom-tailored solutions that challenge conventions and ultimately grows clients brands across the entire digital landscape.  As a leading entertainment marketing agency with headquarters in Burbank, CA, TVStudios4U serves as a full-service shop for a broad spectrum of clients, including theatrical, television, home entertainment, mobile, music, brands and more. TV Studios4U also serves to deliver it's TVChannels4U content partners the ability to shoot, edit and perfect their TV Series' for distribution across multiple interactive platforms.

ClearTV is at the forefront in creating and launching dynamic platforms that drives top-tier content to viewers around the world.

 

To learn more please visit www.cleartvmedia.com 
Twitter@TVChannels4u 

ClearTV on The BSX

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