Push technology specialist PointCast has announced its intentions to go public.
"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 more than $48 million (#30 million) in funding from venture capital firms and strategic media and technology companies to date. The company's core activity is to provide news and information services to subscribers via the Internet.
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