NT Media's NeuroTrash.tv launching YouTube channel

Start-up digital media developer NT Media is launching a YouTube channel for NeuroTrash.tv that will serve as the online portal for the network’s original comedy shorts and webisode series “Straight Up with a Twist.” NT Media says “Straight Up with a Twist” --set to premiere in the first quarter of 2010 and currently in production--”explores the comedies of urban nightlife,” and is the seed of an initiative that hopes to continue to grow original content for NeuroTrashTV and its YouTube channel, which it sees as imperative.

“Like most of the entertainment network’s in Hollywood, it is essential for NeuroTrash.tv to have a YouTube presence,” said NT Media CEO Ali Moussavi. “We’re confident the NeuroTrash.tv channel on YouTube will be a valuable asset in marketing the NeuroTrash.tv site to our niche demographic, as well as attract a new group of advertisers interested in exposing their brands on YouTube,” continued Moussavi.

NeuroTrash.tv launched in January 2009 and targets viewers between 18 and 35 years old. Users are able to post and share videos on the site, as well as take advantage of the site’s video player for sharing original videos on their own sites, social networking profile pages and blogs. It’s revenue model is based on display banner ads, in-stream video advertising, products sales and services.

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