How Does It Work?

Build Your Broadcast Channel (One Time Account Set-Up)

Your broadcast channel includes information specific to you and your market. A simple web form gathers your business bio and keywords. Your set-up includes the creation of your podcast directory logo, your video screen clip and submission of your broadcast channel to our network of directories and search engines. All clients in good standing have access to the MLBroadcast marketing support center. One time fee $49

Add Video Episodes (Listings & Communities)

After completion of your set-up, you are now ready to quickly build video episodes of your communities or listings. Here is where you will provide us with your voice narration script and keywords specific to your video episode. After previewing and selecting the music for your video, upload and sort your photos in the order you want them to appear in your video. That's it. Fast. Easy. Affordable. $29 per video episode. 6 Months of hosting is included. (You can extend hosting for 6 months for only $5 per episode).

Your Broadcast Channel & Video Episodes Are Distributed

MLBroadcast™ submits your broadcast channel to our network of search engines and directories after your initial set up. Each time your broadcast is updated, each directory will automatically update your listing each time their database is updated. Most are updated in real time or daily. We also submit your individual video episodes to YouTube and Yahoo Video.

Consumers Subscribe To Your Free Broadcast

Consumers will have the ability to subscribe to your broadcast channel. Directories such as MLBroadcast's Video Directory, , YouTube, Yahoo and others in our network display free subscription buttons for consumers. Every time you add a listing or community video, your subscribers will automatically receive the update. There's never a charge for a consumer to subscribe to your video broadcast.

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