|Former CEOs||Skelezomperman (2015)|
|Headquarters||MBS Broadcast Center|
|Parent Company||The Roy Disney Company (a subsidiary of Feline Holdings)|
The company was initially founded in 2015 by original CEOs Skelezomperman and KittyCat11231. A couple months into the company's history, Skelezomperman sold his share in MBS to cal76, resulting in a joint partnership between KittyCat11231 and cal76. CortesiRaccoon was later added as an employee, and ultimately became a co-CEO with a third share in the company under Epsilon Corporation, resulting in a three-way joint venture.
MBS may occasionally post in Discord for certain roles needed to be filed, or specific people may be contacted directly.
Most MBS broadcasts are ad supported. If you or your company wish to air advertising on MBS, speak with KittyCat11231.
|Video Commercial||30 Sec or Shorter||$15 ($30 during The Bulletin)|
|Longer Than 30 Sec||$0.50/sec ($1/sec during The Bulletin)|
Terms & Conditions
By advertising on MBS, you agree to the following terms and conditions:
- All ad payments are non-refundable, except where deemed appropriate by MBS under its sole discretion, or when MBS does not air the ad for which airtime was purchased.
- MBS may, at its sole discretion, issue refunds where the playback of an advertisement is affected by technical issues.
- KittyCat11231 is the only authorized representative of MBS to which ad payments may be made. Payments made to any other person or entity will not be deemed valid.
- MBS may agree to air an ad before payment is made, provided that you agree to the payment. Failure to honor such an agreement will result in you being blacklisted from future MBS ad purchases.
- Ad payments must be affirmatively confirmed, usually in the form of a Discord message sent from KittyCat11231, to be valid. Any payment made without such confirmation will not be deemed valid.
- MBS reserves the right to impose a deadline before a broadcast by which advertising airtime purchases for the broadcast are to be locked in, after which point advertisers may not rescind their airtime purchases and, if not already paid, must still pay the proper amount for the airing of their advertisement. (new)
- You may only purchase airtime for your own advertisements, or as an authorized representative on behalf of the person who owns the advertisement.
- By purchasing airtime on MBS for your advertisement, you license to MBS the unlimited, indefinite, and retroactive right to display the advertisement and portions thereof in videos and livestreams on the MBS YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdqFWzZ2sTEM3svKajyk9Lg), including but not limited to the video or livestream for which airtime was purchased and any test streams associated with that video or livestream. Any copyright action taken against MBS, including but not limited to a DMCA takedown request, for the airing of an advertisement for which airtime has been duly purchased will result in you being permanently blacklisted by MBS, Feline Holdings, and all Feline Holdings divisions and subsidiaries for all purposes whatsoever.
- MBS reserves the right to alter these conditions at any time, with or without notice.
MBS News is the journalistic wing of MBS, responsible for news coverage pertaining to the MRT. MBS News produces news broadcasts for MBS on YouTube, and also provides news on its own Twitter account.
MBS Sports & Games
MBS Sports & Games covers sporting events, such as the TacoBurritoAThon, and game shows, such as The Amazing Race, for MBS.
MBS Events covers community events for MBS that take place on the MRT, such as the Eagle Awards.
MBS Studios produces original programming for MBS.
MBS Releasing is responsible for broadcasting independently produced programming for which MBS has the distribution rights.
For programs produced by a third party and released on MBS through MBS Releasing, the third party may choose whether or not to include paid advertising in the broadcast. Should paid advertising be included, MBS will be responsible for selling airtime and dealing with advertisers. 80% of advertising revenue will go to the third party producer, and 20% will go to MBS.
For programs co-produced between MBS and a third party, ad revenue will be split evenly between the third party producer and MBS.
Third party producers will be entitled to air their own advertisements on their broadcasts at no cost.