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WiFi TV Covers Cuba

WiFi TV recently featured live multi-hour speeches of Fidel Castro, as broadcast on Cuban television, to a global Internet audience

August 3, 2006

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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- Wi-Fi TV Inc. (PINKSHEETS: WTVN) recently featured live multi-hour speeches of Fidel Castro, as broadcast on Cuban television, to a global Internet audience, including the United States. Now, Wi-Fi TV (www.Wi-FiTV.com) is bringing live TV and radio stations from Cuba with the latest breaking news in a post-Castro era to those with Internet connections both inside and outside Cuba.

"Internet TV, and Wi-Fi TV in particular, offers a direct connection to Cuba that the mainstream news media, and old fashioned cable and satellite TV delivery, doesn't have," said Dennis Villaroman, a consultant to Wi-Fi TV. "The Internet could prove a key factor in the future post-Castro evolution of Cuba, and an example of the reason for Wi-Fi TV's existence," he added.

"With all the mystery surrounding Cuba today, and with an embargo that has limited U.S. press access to the Cuban government, Wi-Fi TV is giving Cubans both inside and outside the nation a place to view the latest developments," Mr. Villaroman added.

Until recent weeks, it was not unusual to see Fidel Castro, the modern world's longest running leader, giving lengthy speeches accessible on Wi-Fi TV. Now that Castro has turned over power to his brother, and his condition and whereabouts are unknown, Wi-Fi TV continues to bring live news feeds out of Cuba. Cuban nationals living in Florida are among those who have accessed www.Wi-FiTV.com to watch for breaking news and announcements.

Along with 300 other live TV channels and webcams, free VoIP phone calls, and breaking news stories for countries and topics, Wi-Fi TV delivers multiple streams of live Cuban broadcasting to its members.

Wi-Fi TV is available for a free 14 day trial, costs $24.95 per year, and can be seen over the Internet in the United States, Latin America and globally. Approximately 300 channels of live TV programming, country and category specific breaking news and free voice over IP phone calls.

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