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1 COOLTvNETWORK.COM, Inc. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TEL: FOUNDED IN 1999 COOLTvNETWORK.COM, Inc. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TEL: FOUNDED IN PRESENTS ClickVideoShop ClickVideoShop CVSSW CVSSW

2 THIS PRESENTATION IS SUBJECT TO UNITED STATES COPYRIGHT, TRADEMARK, AND PATENT LAW: UNAUTHORIZED REPRODUCTION AND/OR DISSEMINATION IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. *****

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4 COOLTvNETWORK.COM COOLTvNETWORK.COM MISSION MISSION THE COOLTvNETWORK WILL PROVIDE ITS PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY AND BRAND CAPITAL (TRADEMARKS, FEDERAL COPYRIGHTS…ETC.) VIA LICENSE AGREEMENT. THE SOFTWARE CLICKVIDEOSHOP ALSO KNOWN AS CVSSW WILL BE UTILIZED THROUGH M- COMMERCE, & e-COMMERCE AS THE DRIVING FACTOR FOR SELLING PRODUCTS THROUGH AUDIO, VIDEO, AND DIGITAL MEDIA. IT WILL BE USED TO AGGREGATE BUSINESS CLIENTS, CONSUMERS, AND MANUFACTURERS IN C-2-C, B-2-C, AND B-2-B NETWORKS; SUCH AS CLICKVIDEOBAY.COM AND CLICKVIDEOHUB.COM, THE SOFTWARE WILL FACILITATE VALUED SERVICES (ADVERTISING, MARKETING, MARKET RESEARCH…ETC.) ON A MULTI-LEVEL REVENUE GENERATION MODEL. SEE SOFTWARE FLOW MODEL

5 COOLTvNETWORK.COM MISSION MISSIONVIDEO COOLTvNETWORK.COM WILL USE THE CONVERGENCE OF AUDIO, VIDEO, AND RETAILING TO ENGAGE CONSUMERS PSYCHOLOGICALLY ON A MORE PROFOUND LEVEL THAN MOST WEBSITES. THE COMPANY WILL CREATE, FOR THE CONSUMER, AN eCOOL! INTERNET CITY, WHICH WILL BE A VIRTUAL ENTERTAINMENT & RETAILING TOY-BOX FILLED WITH AN EXHAUSTIVE REPERTOIRE OF AUDIO AND INTERACTIVE VIDEO. WITH POST-IT- CORNERS, FORUM LOUNGES, CLICKVideoShopping, AND VIDEO TIME CAPSULES OF FAVORITE ARTISTS AND ATHLETES, COOLTvNetwork WILL EMBODY THE ESSENCE OF eCOOL! UTILIZING M-COMMERCE FOR B-2-B MARKET PENETRATION COOLTvNETWORK.COM, INC. WILL CREATE BIDDING FORUMS FOR THE USE OF THE MOBILE VIDEO AND INTERNET SOFTWARE CLICKVideoShop ALSO KNOWN AS (CVSSW) FOR THE OPERATOR NETWORKS IN THE U.S.A., EUROPE, JAPAN, HONG KONG, ASIA AND INTERNATIONALLY. THIS SOFTWARE IS THE DRIVING FACTOR FOR SELLING PRODUCTS IN MOBILE VIDEO AND A SERVICE THAT CAN BE USED TO ATTRACT AND AGGREGATE BUSINESS CLIENTS, CONSUMERS, AND MANUFACTURERS…ETC. THE SERVICE AND SOFTWARE WILL GENERATE REVENUE FROM MONTHLY SERVICE CHARGES, RETURNS FROM SOLD PRODUCTS OR LARGE BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS UTILIZING THE ClickVideoShop TECHNOLOGY; ESSENTIALLY ROYALTIES OR THE NEXT GENERATION CLICK-THROUGH-RATE. SEE THE 1999 COOLTvNETWORK.COM BUSINESS PLAN

6 COOLTvNETWORK.COM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY &PRODUCTS

7 CLICKVIDEOSHOP THE NEXT GENERATION INTERACTIVE SOFTWARE A COOLTv NETWORK.COM PRODUCT UNITED STATES PATENT # : 007,162,696 B2, GRANTED ON JANUARY 9, 2007

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25 IN THE NEWS… MacNewsWorld Marketplace 7/12/04 9:43 AM PT MacNewsWorld Marketplace 7/12/04 9:43 AM PTwww.macnewsworld.com/story/35066.html Apple Computer (Nasdaq: AAPL) has been talking with major recording companies in efforts to license music videos to sell through its iTunes Music Store, according to a report published in todays edition of The Wall Street Journal. The iPod maker may be seeking to replicate its success in digital music downloads with the offering. Apple said today that it has sold 500 million songs via iTUNEs since it opened its virtual doors two years ago. If Apple is successful in negotiating licensing agreements with various recording companies, it may be likely that renewed talks of aversion of its popular iPod music player that plays video is not too far off. The Journal is reporting that Apple has already told some entertainment industry executives it could unveil a video-capable version of its music player as soon as September. The videos would likely cost US$1.99 each via iTunes, according to the Journal. Consumers may be eligible for a discount if they buy a music video and a digital song at the same time.

26 IN THE NEWS… (CONTINUED) (CONTINUED) Apple would hardly be the first to market with a video-enabled iPod-like device. Nokias 7710 widescreen smart phone features a set of streaming video features, along with higher screen resolutions, handwriting recognition, pen input, Internet browsing, music player, stereo audio, FM radio and megapixel camera with 2x zoom. Apple would not be the first to introduce a video download service, either. CinemaNow recently forged alliances with Warner Music Group and TVT records to sell music videos on a download-to-own basis via WatchMusicHere.com. Another new music video download service from MediaPass provides portable content for Windows Mobile-based devices. And AOLMusic.com in April signed an agreement with Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group to bring thousands of music videos to AOL. Apple may be able to build on its already-proven iTunes success, however. The Journal reports Apple is also talking with Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group, along with EMI Group and Sony BMG, about striking its own deals for video downloads. Apple posted 75 percent revenue gains on its iPod and record profits in the latest quarter. The companys net income rose to $320 million, up from $61 million in the year-ago quarter… APPLE COMPUTERS INC.

27 IN THE NEWS... MOBILE TV, TV GOES MOBILE NOKIA CONNECTING PEOPLE MOBILE TV, TV GOES MOBILE NOKIA CONNECTING PEOPLE The future of broadcasting is mobile Broadcasting has entertained and informed mass audiences across the globe for nearly a hundred years. Originally based on analog technology, in the last decade TV broadcasting has moved into a new digital age. To cope with this broadcasting revolution and ensure maximum benefits for everyone, a variety of standards have been developed. The latest, DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) which has been adopted for handheld devices by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), heralds an entirely new chapter in the history of broadcasting. TV Goes Mobile Imagine being able to watch your favorite TV show, tune into news as it happens, or catch the latest sport events on your mobile phone. What was a futuristic dream in the past is now fast becoming a possibility. Research in Europe shows that not only are consumers eager to watch Mobile TV, but more importantly, they are willing to pay up to twenty euros per month for the privilege. With close to two billion paying mobile customers across the globe, Mobile TV creates revenue opportunities for operators, content providers and broadcasters alike…

28 IN THE NEWS... How Mobile TV benefits mobile operators How Mobile TV benefits mobile operators As mobile operators, you are in a key position when it comes to the success of Mobile TV. With a large existing customer base, all what the mobile operators need to do is expand billing mechanisms and enhance customer services to take advantage of this new service. Studies show that customers are willing to pay up to twenty euros per month for TV like services. Mobile operators who offer Mobile TV services to their customers will, of course, get a considerable share of these new revenues. Whats more, as an integral part of the Mobile TV concept is its interactivity, broadcast services will boost the use of cellular services. While the broadcast content is delivered via the broadcast channel, the interactive features, such as content purchasing, voting or viewing additional online information, take place over the cellular network. This increase in the use of cellular services means an increase in revenue. Mobile TV also provides an excellent opportunity to differentiate your service from that of your competitors. Research has shown that 50% of potential users would change their mobile service provider to get the Mobile TV service, if the current provider was not offering it. Nearly 50% of prepaid customers say they would enter into a contract in order to gain access to Mobile TV services, should it not be possible to use Mobile TV services with a pre- paid card. So, as well as building profits, Mobile TV lets you build stronger customer relationships. As mobile operators, you are in a key position when it comes to the success of Mobile TV. With a large existing customer base, all what the mobile operators need to do is expand billing mechanisms and enhance customer services to take advantage of this new service. Studies show that customers are willing to pay up to twenty euros per month for TV like services. Mobile operators who offer Mobile TV services to their customers will, of course, get a considerable share of these new revenues. Whats more, as an integral part of the Mobile TV concept is its interactivity, broadcast services will boost the use of cellular services. While the broadcast content is delivered via the broadcast channel, the interactive features, such as content purchasing, voting or viewing additional online information, take place over the cellular network. This increase in the use of cellular services means an increase in revenue. Mobile TV also provides an excellent opportunity to differentiate your service from that of your competitors. Research has shown that 50% of potential users would change their mobile service provider to get the Mobile TV service, if the current provider was not offering it. Nearly 50% of prepaid customers say they would enter into a contract in order to gain access to Mobile TV services, should it not be possible to use Mobile TV services with a pre- paid card. So, as well as building profits, Mobile TV lets you build stronger customer relationships. (Continued)

29 IN THE NEWS... More than 180 million songs were downloaded legally during the first half of 2005 throughout the world, IFPI, the international federation of recording companies revealed this week. More than 180 million songs were downloaded legally during the first half of 2005 throughout the world, IFPI, the international federation of recording companies revealed this week. …Those 180 million songs will have yielded $178.2 million, at $0.99 a pop. …Those 180 million songs will have yielded $178.2 million, at $0.99 a pop. Apples iTunes is the clear leader in the market. It recently announced that it had sold 500 million downloads, In January this year, it said it had sold 230 million songs to date. Apples iTunes is the clear leader in the market. It recently announced that it had sold 500 million downloads, In January this year, it said it had sold 230 million songs to date. IFPI also noted that 2.2 million music fans are now signed up to subscription services such as those offered by Napster, Rhapsody, Yahoo, Virgin, MusicNet et al, up from 1.5 million at the end of IFPI also noted that 2.2 million music fans are now signed up to subscription services such as those offered by Napster, Rhapsody, Yahoo, Virgin, MusicNet et al, up from 1.5 million at the end of

30 IN THE NEWS In Japan, KDDI Corp., within its R&D Laboratories, has developed a mobile phone terminal that receives digital terrestrial television programs and supports linked communications and broadcasting services in conjunction with NHK Science and Technical Research Laboratories. This mobile terminal is fully compatible with the broadcast markup language (BML), a data broadcasting standard for mobile terminals in Japan. This enables communications and broadcasting content to be linked together. This is especially important if a group of new cellular broadcast applications are to be developed for this emerging market. In Japan, KDDI Corp., within its R&D Laboratories, has developed a mobile phone terminal that receives digital terrestrial television programs and supports linked communications and broadcasting services in conjunction with NHK Science and Technical Research Laboratories. This mobile terminal is fully compatible with the broadcast markup language (BML), a data broadcasting standard for mobile terminals in Japan. This enables communications and broadcasting content to be linked together. This is especially important if a group of new cellular broadcast applications are to be developed for this emerging market. Future Trends in Satellite Communications: Markets and Services


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