For all of you that think Howard is washed up and irrelevant: LiveDeal Platform to Reach 12 Million Listeners on Popular Howard Stern Show LiveDeal, Inc. Feb 21, 2014 9:00 AM NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Feb 21, 2014) - LiveDeal, Inc. (NASDAQ: LIVE) is relatively new in the online deal space, but one thing is already evident -- this company has a plan and they're aggressively pursuing it. This week LiveDeal announced it will begin a national media rollout in the coming weeks to officially introduce its "instant, real-time deal" platform, www.livedeal.com, to the country. But, LiveDeal CEO Jon Isaac isn't starting just any ole media campaign; instead, he's decided to do a blow-out opening on the widely popular Howard Stern Show on Sirius XM Radio. If you're a LiveDeal investor, you should feel pretty good that you're investment is getting the royal treatment with a media campaign that will begin with more than 12 million listeners from all over the country. There may not be a more powerful start to a rollout than to reach more than 12 million potential business owners and potential consumers. LiveDeal intends to educate both merchants and consumers in America that there is finally a real-time option for restaurant owners to offer promotions instantly and at the same time giving them complete control of the deal process. And, for livedeal.com users they'll learn that there's finally an option to purchase instant deals that consumers can use immediately and not months down the road. While the vast audience Howard Stern enjoys is a huge plus, his nationwide reach and the demographics of Sterns audience are incredible bonuses as well. LiveDeal is currently in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco and as of this week, Stern's backyard, New York City. After about six months that's not a bad start, and LiveDeal isn't likely to stop there. And, when LiveDeal introduces its new iOS and Android livedeal.com apps later this quarter, combined with the media campaign, it should be a strong beginning to putting livedeal.com on the national map.