March Madness for the Media Center PC

All new Windows Media Center application to record the Men's college Basketball Tournament with a single click of a button, and view all 63 game results from your couch.

March 10, 2006 - - Blueado, a leading designer of Media Centers specially designed for the living room, today announced the public availability of 'MCB 2006', an all new Windows Media Center application to record the Men's college Basketball Tournament with a single click of a button, and view all 63 game results from your couch. MCB 2006 will be available for free to anyone who creates a free blueado.com account, and is part of a new Service Blueado will provide starting April 1st.


Blueado is crazy for college basketball, and today they are very excited to announce the commercial availability of their One Button TV Service. A new innovative way to record up to 18 games of the Men's NCAA Basketball Tournament for 2006, with a single click on the Media Center remote.

The One Button TV Service for the Men's NCAA Basketball Tournament is the first time in history where a consumer will be able to record every game with a click of a button, each region can receive up to 18 full coverage games. To record each of those 18 games over 3 weeks would require the user to manually select each game to record a very time consuming process.

The avid sports fan no longer needs to leave their couch or bring their computer into the living room to see the scores of other games around the nation. With the One Button TV Service for Men's NCAA Basket ball Tournament 2006 fans can watch the game while seeing the standings and scores for all 63 games, by simply using their Media Center remote control.

'At Blueado we love sports, movies, TV and music and our Blueado Media Centers are part of our lives at work and in our homes.' says Denny Breitenfeld, President of Exlcom LLC. ' The new One Button TV Service for the Men's NCAA Basketball 2006 is no exception, we are not only excited to announce this Media Center Add -in but we are also excited to use it!'

Blueado has already started on developing enhancement for their One Button TV Service, which includes more dynamic graphics, a click to watch feature, and a visual representation of which games have been recorded. These features will part of the their next release which will be for the NBA play off games. Blueado is planning to provide this service for the hockey, baseball, soccer, and football playoffs for 2006.

Blueado realized the potential amount of storage space needed to record so many play off games and is planning to introduce a new line of Blueado's called 'Sport Editions' These Blueado sport editions will have 500 to 600 GB of storage along with a HDTV turner.

Today all Blueado customers will receive the One Button TV Service for the Men's NCAA Basketball 2006. For those who do not own a Blueado they can create a free Blueado.com account for free so they can download the free One Button TV Service for the Men's NCAA Basketball 2006, they will also receive a $5 coupon on April 1st to purchase one year of One Button TV Service for only $19.99.

The One Button TV Service for the Men's NCAA Basketball 2006 is available directly from http://www.blueado.com .

The One Button TV Service for the Men's NCAA Basketball 2006 Includes:

One Button setup
One Button to record up to 16 games
Tournament Brackets on your TV
View all 63 game scores
Brackets arranged by region

About Exlcom's Blueado:
Exlcom is a leading designer of consumer applications and technologies. Started in 1991 as Exl Productions, Exlcom LLC grew to develop leading technology Internet applications and by 1996 developed the east coast's first online restaurant web application. Exlcom has continued branching out into the telephone and computer fields seeking to keep consumers apace within the ever -changing field of technology. See www.exlcom.com for more information about Exlcom. See www.blueado.com for more information about Blueado.

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