NEW YORK, Jan. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- I Wanna Be On®, the pioneering social research network and production company, has confirmed the robustness of its early stage celebrity analysis and methodologies.
As posted by Professor Vincent Presti, CEO and International Celebrity Analyst, I Wanna Be On® knew on November 2, 2009 that NBC would return Jay Leno to the 11:30 p.m. time slot.
Professor Presti has been expanding his following as his innovative celebrity and media analysis has been gaining the attention of European Journalists, venture capital investors, and major studio players.
"I Wanna Be On® has some major initiatives in the works since we are currently sorting through strategic partners to help bring the company to the next level," stated Professor Presti. "The fact that we posted an NBC programming decision two months prior to an official announcement has brought interest in our analysis to a fever pitch this evening," reported Professor Presti.
Within the next few weeks, I Wanna Be On® will be revisiting its online social media strategies to create a new paradigm in fan expression and media analysis and forecasting.
About the Company
Founded in 2006, I Wanna Be On® is a pioneering empowerment media organization. Our first-look deal with CBS Television to develop legal-themed reality programming evolved into an Internet media enterprise focused on helping individuals and businesses improve their ordinary routines through imaginative, problem-solving exercises.
Professor Vincent Presti, Founder and CEO, was a former associate at Wilson Sonsini in Palo Alto and closely follows trends in Silicon Valley.
SOURCE I Wanna Be On, Inc.