Free Rabbit Media Player Makes Viewing Online Videos Fast, Easy and Fun Enter the name of a movie and watch its preview instantly.Business Editors/Hi-Tech Writers
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 4, 2001
Rabbit Media, Inc. (www.getrabbit.com) today released Rabbit(TM), a free media player that lets users view online videos easily and instantly. With Rabbit, movie previews, short films, amateur videos, humorous clips, etc. may be seen on Windows PCs An x86-based computer that runs some version of Windows. See x86 and Windows. without searching, broken links or browsers. After downloading downloading - download and installing Rabbit, type the name of a clip, or pick one from a drop-down list drop-down list - pull-down list and see it.
"We created Rabbit to make the best online video content available to almost everyone," said Shep Bostin, executive vice president at Rabbit Media, Inc. "Our Rabbit player and Web site at getrabbit.com are the fastest ways to see the latest movie previews. Rabbit will change the way teenagers and young adults choose movies they wish to see. Rabbit lets viewers play previews, chat about them with buddies See buddy list. , and check out current local show times - all with a few mouse clicks. Rabbit is a moviegoer's best friend."
Rabbit plays QuickTime Apple's audio and video framework for the Macintosh, introduced in 1991 with the Mac System 7 operating system. QuickTime is the underlying engine in QuickTime Player, the media player that comes with QuickTime, as well as iTunes. and Windows Media Player Digital jukebox software for Windows from Microsoft that plays a variety of audio, video and streaming formats including MP3, WMA, CD audio and MIDI. Starting with Version 6.2 in 1999, the Windows Media Rights Manager was added for securing copyrighted content. files. It eliminates the need to understand file formats, or adjust connection speeds and player settings, and it has thousands of movie previews and clips, and adds new ones daily. Users can tell their 'buddies' about cool videos with Rabbit's built-in AOL Instant Messenger See AIM. (TM) support.
-- Rabbit is free. Unlike RealPlayer and QuickTime, users don't have to upgrade to paid software versions to get all of Rabbit's features. -- Movie previews, popular short online films, the latest clips of your favorite bands or TV shows, and other cool clips are now available on Rabbit. -- Just type the name of a video clip in the Rabbit slot and click Play. There is no wading through search engine results, answering questions about connection speeds and file formats, or searching movie sites for videos. -- Rabbit is compatible with the most popular file formats, including QuickTime, MPEG, AVI and ASF video. -- As with popular MP3 players, users can choose the look-and-feel of their Rabbit player by selecting a 'skin' with a customized background and buttons to give it the look they like. Skins can be created with a simple program like Windows Paint and the Rabbit Skin Editor(TM) (available by September 1st). -- By using its built-in integration with AOL Instant Messenger(TM) (AIM), Rabbit users may share video clips with friends who can view them immediately. No more searching, cutting and pasting, or worrying about what media players friends use. -- Users can click Rabbit's 'Tickets' button to find theatre locations and showtimes for current movies. -- Rabbit is available now at www.getrabbit.com.
The Rabbit media player, logo and associated trademarks, are owned by Rabbit Media, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary Wholly Owned Subsidiary
A subsidiary whose parent company owns 100% of its common stock.
In other words, the parent company owns the company outright and there are no minority owners. of Netword, Inc. (OTC OTC
See over-the-counter market (OTC). :NTWD). The Rabbit media player also uses patented Netword technology. Other proper names used in this release may be registered trademarks or trademarks of the holders.
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