NT Media Corp. of California, Inc. is a diversified Digital Media Company engaged in bringing quality information and entertainment to internet consumers. Trading on the OTC Bulletin Board, the Company owns and operates Internet properties engaged in social networking, online video, and digital music. They focus on digital delivery of rich media content to internet and mobile consumers. Founded in 1999, NT Media Corp. of California, Inc. has their corporate headquarters in Los Angeles.

NT Media’s properties include NeuroTrash.TV, a video-sharing site that targets young adults between 18 and 35 years of age. They also have their website called www.SingleFatherNetwork.com, which is a targeted social network for single Dads. The company has started implementing strategies for generating user-generated content in various fields, including extreme sports, comic reality footage, and music videos.

In addition, the company has their stemcellstalk.com website. This is a social networking site that fosters education and debate. It also provides networking opportunities for medical professionals, patients, and companies engaged in stem cell treatment and research.

On August 4, 2009, NT Media Corp. announced that their alternative-format video-sharing site NeuroTrash.tv met its milestone of hosting over fifty thousand video views. NeuroTrash.tv began in January 2009. Users can post and share videos on the site, and take advantage of the site’s video player for sharing original videos on their own sites, social networking profile pages, and blogs.

On August 5, 2009, NT Media Corp. announced that they acquired the Michael Jackson themed video network, www.michaeljackson-video.info. NT Media bases their revenue model for the network on standard display banner ads, in-stream video advertising, products sales, and services. Advertisers can earn revenue from video ads embedded in other websites on which Michael Jackson video network users place videos. The company expects the website to accumulate videos of the late performer onto an easy-to-use platform. Fans will be able to view and post popular videos, as well as share them on their own websites and social networks.

Today, the company announced that they would produce an original comedy series exclusively available on their alternative-format video-sharing site NeuroTrash.tv. Production is scheduled to begin in November and the webisode is scheduled for release in the first part of 2010.This is as part of an ongoing program to publish and distribute original content.