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Texas Tech Becomes Latest to Demand a Fieldturf Encore
LUBBOCK, Texas, Sept. 5, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- At first, it became fashionable for the nation's top college athletic programs to install FieldTurf, the world-leader in artificial turf. Now the latest trend finds many universities wanting more of a good thing.additional FieldTurf. Texas Tech is the latest "repeater" as the Red Raiders will be installing FieldTurf at Dan Law Field, one of the nation's premier college baseball facilities. The joint announcement was made by Texas Tech Director of Athletics Gerald Myers and FieldTurf CEO David Moszkowski. Prior to the 2006 football season, the Red Raiders installed FieldTurf at Jones SBC Stadium.
CyberFund, Inc. Announces That ROK Powers Vodacom Live and On-Demand Mobile TV Service
NEW YORK, Sept. 5, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- CyberFund, Inc. (OTCBB:CYFD) announced today that Vodacom, South Africa's leading cellular network with more than 24 million customers, is launching "MobileTVPlaya", its live and on-demand multi-channel mobile TV service, streamed over 2.5G GPRS cellphones. Vodacom's "MobileTVPlaya" service is the first mass-market 2.5G mobile TV service to be launched in Africa, and the content is powered by UK-based ROK Entertainment Group technologies. ROK announced in May of this year that it had agreed to be acquired by CyberFund, Inc. in a Share Exchange Agreement.
Content Delivery and Storage Association
Digital Media Anti-Piracy Security Standards Introduced
BURBANK, Calif., Sept. 5, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Comprehensive anti-piracy and security standards have been developed for post-production - digital media services facilities in response to concerns of content owners and editing laboratories about unauthorized access and theft of video and audio content during the pre-release post production of films and television shows. The development was spearheaded by a joint effort of Deluxe Digital Studios, Inc., a wholly owned division of Deluxe Entertainment Services Group, Inc. which operates media services facilities around the world, and the Content Delivery and Storage Association (CDSA) which maintains a global anti-piracy compliance program. The standards are part of the association's Anti-Piracy Compliance Program (APCP) that covers creative, manufacturing and distribution services along the content-to-market supply chain. An integral element of the APCP array of anti-piracy and security standards are periodic, independent audits that lead to a facility's certification.