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Digital Development Group Corp. (OTCBB: DIDG) seeks to build a media business using proprietary technologies and close industry relationships to develop a broad-based and varied portfolio of content for Internet TV distribution. Digital Development Group's (OTCBB: DIDG) business model is to share revenues with content owners and provide unique monetization methods. According to industry research by iDate, the Internet TV sector is expected to grow tenfold from its current $400 Million in revenues to $4 Billion in 2016.

Internet TV is quickly becoming the hottest topic on Wall Street as technology giants like Apple, Google, and Microsoft move forward in attempts to capture a majority market share of the soon to be $4 Billion market. This industry is evolving right before your eyes, literally. In the next two years, viewers in more than 140 million U.S. homes will watch TV shows, video clips, and movies on "Smart TVs." Media, technology, and Internet companies are all fighting for the top spot in your living room... the television.

This movement has gotten so big that CNBC, one of the nation's leading and most highly watched news distribution channels, presented yesterday at 9pm EDT "Stay Tuned: The Future of TV," a documentary about the buzzing Internet TV sector. Julia Boorstin, CNBC's Media and Entertainment Reporter, took viewers inside the companies competing to shape the future of television. Media icons such as Comcast CEO Brian Roberts, Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes, CBS CEO Les Moonves and The Walt Disney Company CEO Robert Iger all gave their visions on what the future of television holds.

Digital Development (OTCBB: DIDG) CEO Martin Greenwald is taking the necessary steps to stake his claim in the potential Multi-Billion dollar Internet TV market. A new type of consumer has formed that demands content anytime and anywhere. As a result, media and tech companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to change how, what and where you watch television. Internet TV could quickly become the next tech wave as this struggle for power continues to unfold. Jeff Bewkes said in an excerpt from CNBC's "Stay Tuned: The Future of TV," "Everyone has all these channels in their home on their television set. They deserve to have those on demand on their TV and on every other device they own. It doesn't cost anyone any more money. It doesn't cost the viewers more money. It doesn't cost the networks more money. So it's a very powerful economic situation. And if you add it to the incredible health and vitality and quality of the TV business, I mean, you know from your own show, this is the best quality of TV that's ever existed. It's really the golden age of television right now."

However, as CNBC's documentary "Stay Tuned: The Future of TV" pointed out, whether it's network television, cable, or online video, content is king and always will be. In the documentary, Jeff Bewkes went on to state, "We know that people want to choose when to watch their favorite network or favorite show. And the truth for every TV network is the TV network owns the content. And you as a viewer, you've paid to have the right to the content. So you deserve to have your network when you want it and where you want it." This is why Digital Development (OTCBB: DIDG) stands poised to take advantage of the TV revolution. Their goal is to provide a broad-based and varied range of content unmatched by competitors. This strategy might allow for Digital Development (OTCBB: DIDG) to capture a significant market share without having to spend hundreds of millions of dollars.

From scrappy startups to network production giants, companies of every size are creating more content just for the web, positioning themselves for the future of television. This is where Digital Development Group Corp. (OTCBB: DIDG) may have an edge. Remember, content is king.

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