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Rhovit Announces New Content Partners For Its Entertainment Marketplace.

Rhovit, an open marketplace for Film, TV, Music, Books, Comics & Video Games

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Rhovit (www.rhovit.com), an open marketplace for FILM/ TV/ MUSIC/ BOOKS/ COMICS/ VIDEO GAMES, welcomes Nelson Madison Films and Anova Music to their platform. 

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Linda Nelson, co-owner of Nelson Madison films had this to say, "As filmmakers and digital distributors, we are always on the lookout for unique and innovative platforms that offer a great opportunity for us to build an audience for our films.  There is a constant stream of newcomers claiming to be the next best premium platform and that they plan to take on the "big boys" like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Google and iTunes.  Rhovit is the first one I've seen this year that I think actually has a chance to do this.  It's UI looks terrific, as a brand we get to have a presence that showcases the quality and diversity of our independent films.  Because Rhovit gives 100% of the profit and ad shares with our content providers, we will be able to maximize the revenue stream that we generate for ourselves and our filmmakers."  

"We are very excited about the companies that have chosen to early adopt Rhovit," said Co-Founder and CEO of Rhovit, Matt McCullough. "Nelson Madison has a great slate of films, titles like DELIVERED, TRANSATLANTIC COFFEE, THE TEST AND CHAR*AC*TER to name a few. They are extremely diverse in the genres they cover and they've just been great to work with.  Anova, based in Israel, has a terrific line up of musicians and bands, and, if we can help Americans discover them, then that's something we are very proud of."

Rhovit is open to both commercial and independent material.  The way it works is independents pay a rental fee of $9.99 a month for up to 2 products, after that they pay only the cost of hosting the material on Rhovit's server.  For providers with over 50 products the fee is waived and they pay only the cost of hosting.  All providers keep 100% of the profit from sales and share in the ad revenue.

Come late December, Rhovit will begin closed beta testing and will be introduced to the public in early 2013.  For content providers like Nelson Madison and Anova, it's a complete game changer.  Rhovit takes no percentage of any sale and even ad shares with providers, giving them two forms of revenue.

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Brian Weiss Rhovit, 347.751.2458, [email protected]

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