October 8, 2008

GeoBeats spooks up with Authentic Online Videos of Haunted Halloween Hot Spots Visitors to Delight in Fright While Exploring Infamous Haunted Houses Across North America.

Rockville, MD, October 8, 2008 - GeoBeats, Inc., the industry leader in online video production and distribution solutions for media, travel and local companies, announced today it will produce custom videos of Halloween-related content to feature on , a cutting-edge video and social community travel site, which will also be syndicated to various media partners.

With the ability to produce authentic online videos on any topic for a variety of destinations, has requested GeoBeats create a special series of spooky video segments. Building upon its recent agreement with GeoBeats, will run two to three minute videos featuring the country's most haunted places to enhance its Web site content in time for Halloween. Among the featured videos, visitors will be able to explore the grim and ghastly Haunted French Quarter in New Orleans, spooky Hollywood or the frightful Farnworth House Inn in Gettysburg.

" provides visitors with rich media that incites interest in the latest destinations and travel trends, and offers advertisers unique sponsorhip opportunities," said Brad Heureux, president of Brands On Demand, Inc. "Based on their high-quality content, we were confident GeoBeats could create timely online videos that highlight Halloween's spookiest travel escapades. We are thrilled to partner with GeoBeats on this project as they work with filmmakers that are knowledgeable about the specific areas and can truly capture the terrifying aspects of these famously ghoulish places."

"We are excited to produce's unique videos which will encourage travelers to celebrate Halloween this season by visiting historically haunted sites," said Ashish Khurana, chief executive officer at GeoBeats. "With more than 4,000 filmmakers who are local to the areas they film in, GeoBeats prides itself in offering videos from almost any destination while covering an unlimited range of topics from ghostly hotels to adventure tourism and historic architecture, to name a few."