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SITE SPONSOR and Documentation Services International, Inc.(DSI) form co-marketing alliance
Delivery of turnkey "zoom & pan" imaging and streaming video product listings in the works

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Producer's Note: I had a chance to talk with Eliot I. Bernstein, Inventor of technologies at the SHOWBIZ EXPO recently, look for an article about the technology behind next week.

Boca Raton, FL.--July 11, 2000--

Brian G. Utley, President of, inc. announced a co-marketing alliance with Documetation Services International, Inc., an international provider of video and photography services. iviewit and DSI bring together global video and photography production with leading internet display technologies.

"This combination will greatly enhance iviewit's turnkey e-commerce display solutions for auction sites, B2B trading communities, and inventory listings", Utley stated.

Images processed with technologies are high resolution and viewers can PAN and ZOOM without distortion or image pixelization. Full-screen, streaming video processed by is TV-quality at high bandwidth levels and a remarkably improved entertainment experience for the average 56k modem user.

"DSI is the preferred provider of video and photography for auction and listing company websites such as and iviewit and DSI look forward to marketing our combined e-commerce solutions to these type companies as well as a growing market of real estate listing companies on the Internet."

Utley concluded, "Up until 6 months ago, the technology was a well guarded package of secrets covered by eight pending U.S. Patents. Now, following the successful debut of at SHOWBIZ EXPO in Los Angeles, a trade-show that has a tradition of presenting the newest technologies to the Entertainment Industry; we are preparing a schedule of announcements to the media outlining the details of new client relationships in the following industries: Internet Medical Diagnostics Hotel & Resorts, Travel & Leisure and the Entertainment Industry."

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