BTV and CEO Clips Increases Reach in US with American Business TV

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - January 17, 2014) - BTV-Business Television, Canada's longest running business show highlighting emerging companies, has signed a distribution agreement with American Business TV to broadcast BTV episodes and CEO Clips.

"We believe BTV highlights those emerging and publicly traded companies that our audience will want to see on our network. We are excited about the programming Taylor Thoen and her team at BTV will bring to our prime time lineup, "stated Yusef Muhammad, CEO American Business TV.

"We're thrilled to increase the distribution of our programming to potential investors via American Business TV. Smart TVs, Roku and the web are gaining significant viewership and this deal puts out content there," Taylor Thoen, CEO of BTV- Business Television and CEO Clips.


BTV-Business Television, a half-hour weekly TV business program profiles emerging publicly traded companies across Canada and the USA broadcast to over 100 million households on BNN, FOX Business News, America One and Biz Network. BTV features companies at their location, interviews the company's key executives, features their products and services, and unveils their plans for future growth.

CEO Clips are 90 second video profiles on publicly traded companies broadcast on national TV and distributed online on top financial portals including:, MSN Money, Thomson Reuters,, Canadian Business Journal, Germany's Investor SMS, and 32 sites in Europe.


American Business TV is a Live/Real-time, IP TV business television network that provides up-to-date business news and information on your computer, video mobile, iPod, Smart TV or other capable device. American Business TV is available worldwide to millions of viewers via Roku, FilmOn and their mobile app. Programming includes breaking news, business and financial reporting, international business updates and more.

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