EyeWonder Inc., the creator of instant streaming video technologies for Internet and wireless devices, today announced that more than 30 new websites are offering its streaming video technology directly to advertisers. Among the new sites that are now offering advertisers traditional full motion video and audio for their Internet ads are more than a dozen Hachette New Media sites including Elle.com, Roadandtrack.com and CarandDriver.com as well as NYTimes.com, iVillage, CNET, CBS Sportsline, BusinessWeek, and weather.com. This brings the number of individual websites using EyeWonder to more than 300. EyeWonder’s Java-based EYERIS technology offers advertisers and publishers the ability to instantly stream high quality video and audio within any in-page ad without the need for any download or player by the end user. EYERIS penetrates most corporate firewalls and seamlessly reaches more than 95% of today’s Internet users -- significantly more than player-based delivery technologies. EyeWonder lists major advertisers like Coca-Cola, McDonalds and Nissan among those who have benefited from the use of the ability to deliver a TV-like impression online.