Harvey Kaplan Heads AEBN Mobile Division

CYBERSPACE - AEBN, the world’s largest video-on-demand provider, recently announced their expansion into mobile markets with the hiring of Harvey Kaplan as the new Director of Mobile Operations.

With the development of 2.5G and 3G telephones it is now possible for customers to access quality streaming adult content when it suits them via their mobile phones. AEBN has invested heavily in advanced set-up of this product and is now preparing to provide video enabled PDA’s and mobile phones with their vast supply of adult content. On this new platform, AEBN’s Mobile Division plans to use a high quality format to supply its content to subscribers around the globe. “It has been my ambition to work with a forward thinking company like AEBN for most of my adult life. And I have certainly achieved that ambition in this instance.” states Harvey Kaplan, Director of Mobile Operations, Mobile Division, AEBN, Inc.

Harvey is a seasoned veteran in the adult industry, coming to AEBN after owning his own video production company providing quality content, design, editing and encoding services to the likes of WebQuest, Top Bucks, Vivid, and Flynt Digital the online partner of Hustler, Inc. Harvey eventually became the marketing manager for Hustler.com where he remained until going to work for AEBN.

AEBN, Inc. is the largest streaming media company on the web and they want to continue to keep customers satisfied even when they are not in front of a television or computer screen. For these reasons, AEBN is determined to get the best out of the new mobile product being developed by our in-house team. A simple click on the AEBN mobile site will allow users to choose from a list of the most popular movies right from their handset. Users can also subscribe to other services such as Color Graphics, Wallpaper, Animated Graphics, Big B&W Graphics, Pictures Messages, Ringtones, Moantones and Games.

For more information, please visit www.aebn.net.

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