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The Rocket Science Group is looking for contributors for its new weekly gaming magazine style TV programme for Joost

Broadcast TV over the internet will never be the same again! The Rocket Science Group is about to launch "Frag" TV on the internet - in a world increasingly dominated by user generated video of 'variable' quality, the time has come for broadcasters to produce quality content specifically tailored for the web-user.

Where will I be able to watch Frag?

Frag will be premiering exclusively on the new Joost network in the summer. We're fantastically excited to be the main content provider of news, reviews and comments about the world of networked games for this pioneering new network, developed by the rather clever gentlemen who produced Kazaa and Skype

What we're looking for:

The Rocket Science Group is seeking journalists and games industry experts to contribute towards Frag TV on a show called 'Around the Net in 20 games'. We seek charismatic individuals with a passion for games to talk about the top 20 games to have influenced the internet over the last 17 years.

If you feel that you could provide what we're looking for, and are seeking televisual exposure then please get in contact by calling Ryan Dean on 020 7740 7740 or emailing your details to ryan@therocketsciencegroup.co.uk .

About The Rocket Science Group

We are a fast growing boutique media company that produces everything from business TV channels for some of the biggest companies in the UK through to events and IPTV. Our core mission is to come up with ridiculously clever, creative solutions for both corporate and broadcast clients, married to a rock solid editorial process and a cost effective production platform. Corporate clients include HSBC, Thomson, Openwork, The Post Office and Zurich Financial Services.

Our management team has decades of experience in both the events industry and broadcast - senior staff include a former BBC commissioning executive, a series producer and executive for BBC current affairs, a senior events producer for the huge Jack Morton agency and a former corporate affairs director for a FTSE 250.

To learn more about The Rocket Science Group visit: http://www.therocketsciencegroup.co.uk/

All about "Joost.

Currently available in private beta testing, Joost provides a new way of watching TV that combines the best of full-screen television entertainment with online interactive and community benefits to bring an unprecedented selection of video content to viewers anytime, anywhere. Joost is based on a state-of-the-art, secure, peer-to-peer streaming technology. Co-founded by Niklas Zennström and Janus Friis - the technologists behind Skype - Joost fills a critical gap in the online video entertainment arena. Joost is powered by a secure, efficient, piracy-proof Internet platform that enables premium interactive video experiences while guaranteeing copyright protection for content owners and creators. "People are looking for increased choice and flexibility in their TV experience, while the entertainment industry needs to retain control over their content," said Fredrik de Wahl, chief executive officer of Joost. "With Joost, we've married that consumer desire with the industry's interests." Joost is the first global TV distribution platform, bringing together advertisers, content owners and viewers in an interactive, community-driven environment. Joost can be accessed with a broadband Internet connection and offers broadcast-quality content to viewers for free. To learn more about Joost or to become a beta-tester, visit www.joost.com.

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