Comedy Time Now Available on BlackBerry Smartphones
From CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment 2008 in San Francisco, Comedy Time, Inc., a leading provider of short-form made for mobile comedy content for mobile devices, announced the availability of their comedy application for BlackBerry(R) smartphones from Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq: RIMM; TSX: RIM). BlackBerry smartphone customers can now view Comedy Time programming by downloading the Comedy Time application from www.comedytime.tv. The application was created by Versaly Entertainment especially for Comedy Time.
Comedy Time offers a line-up of the best stand-up comics working on the comedy club circuit today. The network’s programming also includes Funnysodes(R) which are original short-form episodic programming specifically produced for mobile devices. Comedy Time brands include Comedy Time Latino which offers Latino themed programming, ChickComedy which offers comedy that appeals to women and Comedy Time Urban which offers Urban themed programming.
“We are very excited to bring our comedy content to the BlackBerry platform. I have been using a BlackBerry smartphone since they first came on the scene and many times after reading an email I could have used a good laugh!” said David Goldman, CEO and founder of Comedy Time.
About Comedy Time
Comedy Time is a market leader in the production, distribution and licensing of short-form comedy content for mobile and broadband applications. The Comedy Time Network is one of the first made-for mobile networks and has become a staple on mobile carrier decks and major broadband portals worldwide. www.comedytime.tv
Versaly(R) Entertainment is a global mobile media and entertainment company for the always-connected mobile generation. Versaly operates Vmbc.tv (Versaly Mobile Broadcasting Company), a mobile video-on-demand network that publishes and syndicates a large variety of addictive video-on-demand programming. See http://blog.versaly.com/about for more information.
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