National Lampoon, Inc. engages in the development, production, and distribution of National Lampoon branded comedic content through various media platforms. The company’s media platforms include: hosting 60 Internet Websites through which it sells advertising space and branded products; licensing both its name and comedic content from its library for various uses, including movies, television programming, radio broadcasts, recordings, electronic games and live events; reaching approximately 2 million college students in their dormitories and other places of residence through National Lampoon Network, its network of approximately 200 affiliated college and other television stations; and develops and writes comedic content and licenses its brand for the publication of National Lampoon books. Motion Picture Production and Distribution The company produces feature films. The company has 14% interest in Red Rock Pictures Holdings, Inc. (Red Rock). Red Rock provides financing and consulting services related to the production and exploitation of motion pictures. It completed production on two films in partnership with Red Rock, National Lampoon’s Bag Boy and National Lampoon’s Ratko, the Dictator’s Son. It has distribution rights for seven films produced by unrelated third parties. The company has an interest in National Lampoon Clubhouse, Inc., a production entity, which produced the film Monster Night aka Trick or Treat. During 2007, the company licensed the domestic and foreign video sales to a sub-distributor. It has motion picture output agreements with a domestic home video distributor and a cable television broadcast company. The company has agreements with independent third parties for the limited platform theatrical release and subsequent distribution of its films to home entertainment. As of July 31, 2008, the company released five films into a limited number of theaters to promote the rental and sale on DVD. National Lampoon Networks National Lampoon Networks, Inc. (NLN) includes the company’s Internet, television and field marketing activities. The company has customers in various industries, including the beverage, motion pictures, mobile phone and pharmaceutical industries. NLN’s Internet properties consist of various Internet destination sites, including NationalLampoon.com, DrunkUniversity.com, TOGATV.com, and KnuckleheadVideo.com. These destination sites are also part of the National Lampoon Humor Network, an aggregated network of humor destinations on the Internet. The company’s National Lampoon online networks has approximately 200 affiliate Websites and have acquired or launched approximately 60 Websites. The company launched the National Lampoon Video Network where it entered into content distribution agreements with various Internet video portals, including AOL, Joost, Veoh, Yahoo!, YouTube and others. Its video network partners sell advertising space, including video streaming. NLN's television activities include delivering programming during the standard academic school year to approximately 200 affiliated college and other television stations, reaching approximately two million college students in their dormitories and other places of residence. NLN develops, produces and distributes comedic Internet and television programming to audiences through its network. Publishing As of July 31, 2008, the company had released 12 books, including National Lampoon's Saddam Dump [Saddam Hussein's Trial Blog], National Lampoon's Magazine Rack, National Lampoon's Jokes Jokes Jokes, National Lampoon's Not Fit For Print , National Lampoon's Favorite Cartoons of the 21 st Century, National Lampoon's Van Wilder Guide to Graduating College In Eight Years or More, National Lampoon's Road Trip , National Lampoon's Animal House, National Lampoon's Help!, National Lampoon's Jokes Jokes Jokes 2, National Lampoon's Balls! and National Lampoon's Pimp it Yourself. Radio The company holds 25% interest in NL Radio, LLC, which launched an entertainment radio format under its brand. The company has licensed the content of its radio library, as well as certain domain names, urls and Web sites, to NL Radio, LLC for this purpose. NL Radio, LLC used samples of the programming, called ‘pilot programming,’ to introduce the format and content to radio networks and local stations. The programming was launched on XM radio in 2007. The company’s radio library includes approximately 80 hours of National Lampoon radio programming consisting primarily of one to two minute short comedy routines and one hour comedy sketches and parodies. History National Lampoon, Inc. was founded in 1967.
national lampoon inc (NLMP:OTC US)
1438 North Gower Street
Los Angeles, CA 90028
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