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I am so excited to announce that I will be doing a talk radio show and a talk TV show from the Planetary Streams (  Please come and watch and listen to learn about online tutoring and online education helps for your kids!  

New Internet Communications Company Launches Offering Planetary Streams Radio & TV Company Delivers to World from BarnClassic Example of High Tech Flexibility New Company Produces Talk Shows from people’s home locations all over the world and then Streams the globe from Broadcast Barn February 22nd 2008 — Woodland Hills, UT —Planetary Streams International, an internet Radio & Talk TV communications company, announced their official opening, Tuesday February 26th 2008, to meet the growing demands of audio and visual delivery on the internet.  PSI operates globally from the “Broadcast BARN” in Woodland Hills using proprietary technology to deliver marketing messages from individuals and companies.  Planetary Streams provides inexpensive Talk TV and Talk Radio to businesses and persons who need a way to effectively marketing on the internet.   Planetary Streams will provide a series of solutions launching on a weekly basis from today and will include an expanded Grapevine Talk Radio Network, FREE Competitive Talk Radio Network, Website commercials, Talk TV, Snack TV, discounts to online services, commercials, marketing tools and more. According to founders of Planetary Streams, Kristen & Rob Lamb and Chad & Kim Stilson, they have been working to launch this internet communications company for almost a year and have spent tens of thousands of dollars finding the right equipment to record and stream quality projects for people from remote locations.  To prove their technology would work from even the most remote location the built their communication studios at a convenient location near their homes.   “Most of our clients have never stepped foot into our studios, which are in a converted garage in a rural setting, most of our talkers are in different states, countries and time zones, they can connect with us via the internet and using our proprietary technology create a cost-effective and beautiful communication tool for their site,” said Chad Stilson, president Planetary Stream. “Companies who don’t have the big bucks to advertise on major networks will find our services to be the most affordable avenue available when it comes to giving their products and services a voice.”   Kristen Lamb, author, TV and radio talk show host and Planetary Streams co-founder is pleased to bring more life to the internet.  She says that she feels hearing someone talk amidst the visuals is a stronger way to connect to your audience. “To be a talk show host or to introduce people to your solutions now you don’t have to have a big name and a title or loads of money,” said Kristen Lamb,  “You just need a personality and a product, if you talk about it and people like and need what you offer, you have a chance to sell.  We give people a chance to talk and we share their voice beautifully.” For more information about Planetary Streams visit, ABOUT PLANETARY STREAMS:Planetary Streams International provides internet Radio & TV communications solutions for companies and individuals around the globe.   Created in 2007 and officially launched February 22nd 2008 to meet the growing demands of audio and visual delivery on the internet, PSI operates globally from the “Broadcast BARN” in Woodland Hills using proprietary technology connects to deliver marketing messages from individuals and companies. Contact:                                                Chad StilsonPlanetary 



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