|By PR Newswire||
|January 8, 2014 02:52 PM EST||
-- RwE Growth Partners, Inc. the appraiser of RKO Films and Ted Turner Library has appraised NeuroMama, Ltd. Library of Entertainment Assets for $17MM USD
NOVOSIBIRSK, Russia and LAS VEGAS, Jan. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NeuroMama, Ltd. (NASDAQ OTCBB: NEROE) NERO or NEROE, a leading developer of advanced back-end internet platform technologies and neural intelligence-based internet search (Neuromama.com), browsing (NeuroBrowser), secure email service Neuro-Mail.com social networking (NeuroMania.com), and an established provider of entertainment assets including broadcasting of original programming, NeuroZone - an e-Commerce platform that will provide American internet retailers a bridge to a world of consumers. The NeuroZone will provide reliable international shipping and credit card processing solutions to consumers in over 150 countries worldwide, entertainment experiences, and other online solutions, today announced that RwE Growth Partners, Inc. the appraiser of RKO Films and Ted Turner Library has appraised NeuroMama, Ltd. Library of Entertainment Assets for $17MM USD.
NeuroMama, Ltd. has been advised to compromise and delay filing of 10Q, and as a consequence to the lateness to have its stock symbol temporary changed from NERO to NEROE. However, this action has bought NeuroMama, Ltd. time to appraise small parts of its library of TV programming. This time NeuroMama, Ltd has only appraised 65 episodes of Jazz Network and a half a dozen older films with actors such as Vanessa L. Williams.
This appraisal will provide NeuroMama, Ltd. With enough assets to meet requirements for upgrading its listing from NASDAQ OTCBB to NASDAQ Capital Market.
NeuroMama, Ltd. will continue to appraise and acquire entertainment assets in an effort to further upgrade to NASDAQ GS or NYSE as well as to monetize these assets.
For the next few days NeuroMama, Ltd. is an exhibitor at 2014 CES Convention in Las Vegas and is showcasing the full portfolio of complimentary business lines, with special attention to NeuroMama's announcement and introduction of its proprietary cutting-edge electronics to the Latin American and Eastern European markets. The company's NeuroPad, NeuroPhone, and NeuroBook will provide consumers a gateway to NeuroMama's world of proprietary entertainment assets, broadcast content, retail and investment portals, and a myriad of social networks focused on education and safety for children, as well as adult and special interest social networks.
On January 15, 2014 NeuroMama, Ltd. is launching a new 24 hour TV Network in Latin America. Network will be launched on new SatMex8 in a partnership with a sister network HMX, the sports network.
Whisper the word. "Casablanca." Watch the magic. The lights dim to a romantic glow and, finally, slowly, fade to black. The timeless music of "As Time Goes By" rolls in through your 9.1 surround system with greater depth and fidelity than anyone viewing the film upon its initial theatrical release ever heard.
Finally, via the modern miracle known as the Internet, Casablanca – Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall – come to life, better and brighter than ever before, on your 70-inch HDTV-4k television.
And all you had to do to start the show was whisper the word Casablanca.
Sound far-fetched? Not really. Not when there are smart phones on sale today that respond to your wishes and commands from across the room. Say "call Joe" while sitting on the couch and the phone on your desk goes into speakerphone mode and dials Joe. Ask it what the traffic on the way to the airport is like and it will tell you. Without you pushing a single button, without you touching the phone, without you looking at the phone, without you even knowing exactly where the phone is.
Maybe you didn't know there were phones that could do that. Too bad. If you'd been watching NeuroZone TV, you would have.
NeuroZone TV is where the worlds of technology, finance, lifestyle, information and education intersect … overlap … combine to create a sum far more enlightening and engaging than its parts.
On NeuroZone TV the key innovators behind today's technology powerhouses will explain how their companies got to where they are today and boldly predict where they expect to take them tomorrow.
On NeuroZone TV world-class financial analysts and technology market watchers will debate the economic impact of every new scientific advance.
On NeuroZone TV you'll see the latest, greatest – and worst – new gadgets unboxed and put through their paces by professional product testers and by viewers like you competing to become NeuroZone beta testers by playing simple, fun-filled interactive games.
But NeuroZone TV will be more – much, much more – than the world's most innovative, informative source of information about new technologies and their impact upon the economic, social, political and ecological world we live in.
Because all those technological toys and tools have made that world smaller, brought us – the people of all nations – closer together.
Whether it's showing the top live entertainers from a myriad of countries competing for "Global Performer of the Year" honors or following a multi-national team of skydivers learning to "fall" in kaleidoscopic patterns, NeuroZone TV will be a vibrant, compelling, must-watch window on and participant in our smaller, better planet.
NeuroZone TV, coming your way soon. Watch for it.
We strongly believe that our long term shareholders payoff will have the following five characteristics.
It is simple.
It is fair.
It is emphasized trust rather than legal ties.
It will not blow apart if actual differs slightly from plan.
It will not provide perverse incentives that will cause one or both parties to behave destructively.
The notion – like the idea that excruciatingly detailed financial projections are useful – is nonsense. New ventures are inherently risky, what can go wrong will.
When that happens, we hope that no-one panics, don't get angry, and don't refuse to advance the company more time and money.
By contrast, we know that our long term shareholders will roll up the sleeves and help the company solve its problems.
We think about capital acquisition as a dynamic process – to figure out how much money we will need and when we will need it. The way we accomplish this, is by treating the new venture as a series of experiments.
Before launching the whole show, we launch a little piece of it. Then we will convene a focus group to test the product, build a prototype and watch it perform, conduct a regional or local roll-out of a service.
Such exercise will reveal the true economics of the business and will help enormously in determining how much money our venture actually requires and in what stages.
We will raise enough, and investors will invest enough capital to fund each major experiment.
Experiments, of course, can feel expensive and risky. However, it will prevent disasters and help create successes. It is a prerequisite of a winning deal.
We assure you that our business model is not an albatross that hangs around the neck of our entrepreneurial team, dragging it into oblivion. Instead, our business model is a call for action, one that recognizes management's responsibility to fix what is broken proactively and in real time. Risk is inevitable, avoiding risk impossible. Risk management is the key, which will tilt our venture in favor of reward and away from risk.
Our goal is to demonstrate mastery of the entire entrepreneurial process, from identification of opportunity to harvest.
It's up to the management, to turn the shareholder's perception into a reality... Not because the people part of the new venture is the most important, but because without the right team, none of the other parts really matters.
What and whom we know are matters of insight and experience. How familiar are the team members with industry players and dynamics? We are, not surprisingly, value managers who have been around the block a few times.
We personally believe that ideas are a dime a dozen: only execution skills count.
Although, we are convinced that all of our ideas are great. However, in case we had made some mistakes, they'll make a switch for another idea, and shareholders will make money one way or the other.
ABOUT NeuroMama, Ltd.
Located in Novosibirsk, Russian Silicone Valley, Neuromama.com LTD, is the parent company of the neural intelligence-powered http://Neuromama.com search engine and related Internet services such as the NeuroZone Malls of the World, the NeuroBrowser and the NeuroMANIA family of social networks. NeuroMama, Ltd. is highly vested in Live Entertainment http://acesofacts.com and in TV production via Fantazmus Studios, international multi-language streaming media distribution via http://TVIMama.com, and network/cable distribution of NeuroZone TV Network. The company is currently deploying an advanced, next-generation Internet Content Distribution Platform (CDP) that will offer e-commerce merchants and entertainment programmers the most secure, fastest, and robust digital delivery system yet developed. NeuroMama, LTD. supports initiatives in Heavy Ion Fusion, which will create synthetic fuels, electricity and desalinated water, while cleaning the ecology. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efWC0KmtRFE
NeuroMama YouTube Channel for viral videos: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UChh7gP_gRIVdGgODAatjS1g
This document may contain forward-looking statements that involve risks, uncertainties, and assumptions. Further information on these and other Risk Factors that could affect our financial results is included in the reports and filings we make with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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