Juniper Content Corporation’s ¡Sorpresa! To Launch Second Satellite Feed

Juniper Content Corporation’s ¡Sorpresa! To Launch Second Satellite Feed

Hispanic Children’s Network to Deliver Second Feed to Better Serve West Coast Audience


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Las Vegas, NV–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–May 8, 2007–Juniper Content Corporation (OTCBB: JNPC; “Juniper”), a media and entertainment company which owns and operates the ¡Sorpresa! Network, announced today at the National Cable & Telecommunications Association show that it will provide a second satellite feed for Mountain and Pacific Standard time zone audiences beginning on June 29th. Given the growth in the ¡Sorpresa! Network’s subscriber base throughout the country, this second feed will ensure consistent program scheduling across time zones and allow West Coast markets, where there is particularly rapid growth in the Hispanic population, to view ¡Sorpresa!’s programming in day-part appropriate fashion.

“As we invest in programming and marketing along with our growing management team, this initiative ensures ¡Sorpresa! is in a strong competitive position to serve distributors and advertisers nationally,” stated Leonard Firestone ¡Sorpresa!’s COO. “We want to continue to capitalize on the momentum of ¡Sorpresa!’s subscriber growth by being in a position to deliver our programming on a time appropriate basis in all markets across the country.”

About Juniper Content Corporation

Juniper Content Corporation is a media and entertainment company focused on branded content services in high growth markets across multiple distribution channels. On January 19, 2007, it merged with Firestone Communications, owner and operator of ¡Sorpresa!, the nation’s first Hispanic children’s television network and digital community. ¡Sorpresa! is offered on Cablevision, Charter, Comcast, Cox, Time Warner, Verizon and The National Cable TV Cooperative. ¡Sorpresa! is also available through third party mobile and broadband platforms, including Brightcove, Google Video, MSN Latino, AOL Video, Akimbo, Verizon Wireless, MobiTV and sorpresatv.com. In addition, Firestone provides satellite uplink services for television network distribution, and production facilities and services for video program production.

Juniper Content Corporation’s ¡Sorpresa! To Launch Second Satellite Feed