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I would now like to turn the call over to Jesse. Jesse?
Thanks, Stephanie. Today, I'll start my remarks with some highlights and an overview of our performance in the third quarter. Mike will then review our financial results. I'll then conclude with a recap of our product slate for the fourth quarter and the holiday season, and then we'll open the call up for questions.Our third quarter came in about as expected, as retail conditions for interactive entertainment remained challenging amid the typical summer seasonal slowness. Our Zumba Fitness products continued a strong performance, ranking among the top interactive dance and fitness titles. Overall, the Zumba Fitness franchise has now sold over 8 million units and maintained its standing as the second largest fitness franchise in the entire video game industry, and is also the best-selling fitness franchise on Kinect. We reported revenue of $9.1 million compared to $19.5 million in the third quarter last year. The year-over-year decrease is impacted by industry-wide decreases in retail sales attributable to the end of life cycle for several gaming platforms, including the Nintendo Wii and DS. As a result, non-GAAP earnings per share were a loss of $0.09 compared with non-GAAP income of $0.03 a year ago.