Push technology specialist Pointcast has announced its intentions to go public this year.
?Our intent is not to remain private,? said Pointcast's chief executive, Christopher Hassett. ?An initial public Offering is definitely a possibility in the near future.?
The four-year old company, which introduced Internet broadcasting just over a year ago, has received, to date, more than $48 million in funding from venture capital firms and strategic media and technology companies. The company?s core activity is to provide current news and information services to subscribers via the Internet.
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