Seattle, WA - (NewMediaWire) - April 27, 2021 - ReelTime VR/ReelTime Media (OTC:RLTR) has confirmed that it is set to launch ReelTime Media channels on the Amazon Fire TV streaming platform. The ReelTime TV channels have begun showing up on Roku as announced last week and will be viewable on Amazon Fire TV in the coming weeks.
The “ReelTime TV” channels will join known cable commodities now available such as ESPN, CBS, NBC, AMC, HGTV, CNN, and others who have launched channels on Amazon Fire TV. The ReelTime TV channels will contain a combination of ReelTime Media original programming as well as serving up additional other cutting-edge content. Along with the U.S., Fire TV is in key territories like Mexico, Brazil, India, Japan, and across Europe, with users streaming “billions of hours of content every month.”
Barry Henthorn, CEO, commented, “The addition of Amazon Fire TV to the ReelTime TV distribution network provides ReelTime with additional advertising inventory with a potential reach of active users of over 100 million per month. It will allow us to further monetize completed productions while attracting advertisers to current and future productions. It will also introduce our unique programs to a much larger audience overall.”
Roku and Amazon Fire TV are in a dead heat for the most popular “Cord Cutting” streaming option with a combined viewership of over 100 million monthly active users. According to a new survey, more people currently pay for a streaming video service than those who subscribe to traditional pay TV services.
According to data published by the consulting firm Deloitte, 69% of consumers pay for some type of internet video streaming service, while only 65% of consumers pay for cable or satellite subscriptions. That’s a huge increase from 2009, when just 10% of consumers subscribed to internet video services, and a 10% rise from 2019.
The trend in these cable cutting data is fairly generational. Among millennials, those aged 22 to 35, 88% subscribe to internet video services while just 51% subscribe to cable or satellite. Among Generation Z, those aged 14 to 21, 80% subscribe to internet video services and 57% pay for traditional pay TV.
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ReelTime has formally submitted an application as a Seasoned Company Seeking to Transfer Equity and/or Debt Securities from Another U.S. Exchange to be listed on the NASDAQ Capital Market Exchange. The application has been logged in the NASDAQ Listing Center, all applicable fees have been paid, and a listing analyst has been assigned to ReelTime to assist throughout the process. In addition, the request for a new symbol (NASDAQ:RT) to be reserved for ReelTime to trade under once the Company has met all quantitative and qualitative criteria, including certain corporate governance requirements, has been approved. ReelTime will continue to submit additional information and documentation as it is required based on comments from its assigned Listing Analyst and others at NASDAQ who will be assisting ReelTime, assuring that they satisfy all the required qualifications for NASDAQ Capital Markets securities in Rule 4300 and or any other applicable regulatory requirements. ReelTime will also need to adhere to the corporate governance standards set by NASDAQ. In addition, ReelTime must comply with NASDAQ's requirements relating to audit committees, the director nomination process, the compensation of officers, board composition, executive sessions, quorum, and code of conduct, among others.
ReelTime will continue to trade on the OTC Markets under the symbol (OTC:RLTR) throughout the process and up until the move to the NASDAQ Capital Market becomes effective, at which time the ticker symbol will become (NASDAQ:RT).
The NASDAQ Capital Market provides companies the required capital in order to grow their business. The NASDAQ Capital Market also provides a listing venue that promises to accommodate the different stages of corporate lives of the companies. All companies that are listed on NASDAQ Capital Market need to satisfy all the required qualifications for NASDAQ securities in Rule 4300. The companies also need to adhere to the corporate governance standards set by NASDAQ.
ReelTime has engaged Pinnacle Accountancy Group of Utah ("Pinnacle" a dba of the PCAOB-registered audit firm Heaton & Company, PLLC) to perform an independent audit of the Company's financial statements. The audit will be performed according to the guidelines set forth by the NASDAQ Listing Requirements and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board auditing standards. Pinnacle is one of the leading firms in and throughout the United States and abroad. Its partners and staff have provided audit services for SEC registrants since 2001 and are highly experienced dealing with the complex auditing and accounting challenges facing public companies.
ReelTime Media reached a technology/software license and development agreement with Baristas (OTC:BCCI) "Munchie Magic." The licensing agreement secures Munchie Magic global perpetual, exclusive access to use the technology and methodologies developed by ReelTime that allow the virtual restaurants to integrate with its partners, onboarding, marketing, and administrative functions for use with the Munchie Magic Virtual Restaurant or other convenience store delivery concepts. The agreement also allows for Munchie Magic to develop in concert with ReelTime or independently derivatives and/or stand-alone methodologies. In exchange for the global perpetual, exclusive license from ReelTime for the Munchie Magic concept and convenience store derivative Virtual Restaurants, ReelTime will receive a per transaction license fee of $.35 in perpetuity in conjunction with the terms of the agreement beginning on Jan. 1st, 2021. Baristas "Munchie Magic" has opened more than 50 locations in the past nine months delivering Ben & Jerry's ice cream, snacks, and hot foods to customers via delivery partners DoorDash, GrubHub, and Uber Eats. www.munchiemagic.com in WA State and has now expanded into Oregon, California, Illinois, and Arizona as well.
ReelTime VR (OTC PINK:RLTR) confirmed that the patent application number 15/654,613, titled Simultaneous Spherical Panorama Image and Video Capturing System, has officially been issued as U.S. Patent Number 10,761,303 September 1, 2020. The term of the patent is 20 years and 247 days from the earliest filing date of the patent application, calculated to be March 23, 2038. Although the original technology allows any cell phone or other camera to instantaneously capture 360 X 360 Virtual Reality Video or pictures without any need for stitching, the patent provides protection from infringement from any capturing of a plurality of images utilizing at least one mirror. This spans a wide range of industries and uses.
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About ReelTime Rentals, Inc. d/b/a ReelTime Media: www.reeltime.com is a publicly-traded company based in Seattle, WA (OTCPK:RLTR). ReelTime Media provides end-to-end production capabilities and discount media purchasing that is redefining how companies are evaluating and purchasing their TV, radio, print, and other new media. ReelTime is also is in the business of developing, producing and distributing Virtual Reality Content and technologies. We have an end to end production, editing, and distribution capabilities for internal and external projects. ReelTime Currently produces three ongoing series for the Samsung Gear VR platform and distributes them over numerous VR delivery portals, including Gear VR, Oculus, Veer VR, HTC Vive, YouTube 360, Facebook, and others. ReelTime Media also publishes the book "It Was Always Me! Edward Edwards, the Most Prolific Serial Killer of All Time," which has been the subject of a cover story on People Magazine, Rolling Stone, In Touch, and a six-part series on Paramount network, www.itwasalwaysme.com.