MINNEAPOLIS, MN--(Marketwire - February 11, 2010) -  MediaBeacon, Inc., a leading provider of digital asset management solutions, will demonstrate the MediaBeacon product line, deliver high-level presentations, and showcase its technology portfolio at the Createasphere/EXPLORE Digital Asset Management Conference and Exposition on February 17-18.

"This is an inaugural year for this show and the organizers have shown some real tenacity in putting together a top notch agenda and bringing together top notch organizations to discuss the digital asset management space," said Tom Rieger, Vice President of Marketing for MediaBeacon.

As a gold sponsor of the event, MediaBeacon plans to use the show as an opportunity to demonstrate the latest release of the MediaBeacon DAM solution and make available for demonstration MediaBeacon R3Search, the markets first tightly coupled content analytics engine that allows faceted searches of media assets. "MediaBeacon is here bringing real solutions to market for clients that do not lock them into a proprietary or non-extensible environment. We want to empower our customers, no matter large or small, in what they need today and in an architecture that enables them for what is needed tomorrow," states Jason Bright, Founder/CTO of MediaBeacon.

Chief Technology Officer and Founder Jason Bright will present a breakout session "Reinventing Everything: The desktop paradigm moves to the web." Mr. Bright states, "With our architecture, we are able to bring the desktop experience to the browser with no plug-ins. This means, for instance, that we will support client technologies like the new Apple iPad and allow all the hand gesture capabilities all in the browser."

About MediaBeacon

MediaBeacon, Inc. is the leading provider of Digital Asset Management, Enterprise Search and secure role-based media distribution portals of digital content technology. With some of the largest DAM deployments known to date and hundreds of global enterprise customers, MediaBeacon is a proven leader in the industry. For more information, visit www.MediaBeacon.com

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Tom Rieger