Tomahawk, WI 07/01/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) announced the launch of the exotic FiOS – an On Demand Virtual Music Festival, that is intended to bring a myriad of concerts and touring artists between July 1 to August 29, to viewers across the globe.
The FiOS Story
The FiOS is deemed to gel together people panning out across varied demographies, without having the need to go out with the crowd in the heat or rain, avail expensive tickets or be harangued for concessions. The idea is simply to help people kick off the boots, stay back in the house, be seated on couches and enjoy the concerts and the musical spectrum, at length, on demand – freely and easily.
Concerts On Demand
To present FiOS Virtual Music ambiance to the world, Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) has teamed up with the phenomenal Music Choice, and have collaborated with Concert TV and AXS TV to draw substantial concert contents to ostensibly develop a luring On-Demand Virtual Concert portal for two months starting in July. Eminent artists like Marc Anthony, Beyonce, Katy Perry, Luke Brown, Iggy Azalea, Bruno Mars, Snoop Dogg, Pitbull, Ringo Starr, Kate Nash, Guns ‘n Roses, The Who and a number of others would feature in the FiOS On Demand Virtual Music Concert that shall be aired during July-August.
Joe Lawson, the Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) director who caters to video contents and acquisition depicted that prior to this FiOS venture, the on-demand library of VZ used to be comprised primarily of a myriad of TV series or movies.
With the inception of concert performances and music, the company is set to acquire bigger and better profits in the upcoming days. He feels that the virtual music festival is competent and capable of bringing back memories, at the dispense of ‘nothing’, as the channel 900 that would host the Virtual Music Festival is available free of cost.
The Deutsche Effect
Despite being a more flexible, better, cheaper and faster telecom service provider, Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) bore the brunt lately as the German government showed their trust on Deutsche Telekom riding on the ‘more secure’ trump card, thus ending their contract with VZ. Though VZ’s share price floundered, consequently, the company hopes to regain lost ground by launching FiOS for Virtual Music Lover fraternities.