Gaming Solutions International to Provide Media General With Interactive Lottery and Horoscope Data

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Media General will soon begin featuring interactive lottery and horoscope data at their company owned television station and newspaper web sites.

Gaming Solutions International, a Florida based technology company, is pleased to announce they have entered into a contract to provide Media General with interactive lottery and horoscope data.

"We are excited to begin working with Media General, one of America's premier media companies. They own and operate 30 network affiliated television stations, 22 daily community papers, and over 100 weekly newspapers. Our interactive content will soon be providing Media General's web site visitors with interactive lottery and horoscope data that is in tremendous demand on a daily basis," said John Brier, Managing Partner of Gaming Solutions International, LLC.

Media General owns more daily newspapers in the Southeast than any other company, including three metropolitan newspapers; The Tampa Tribune, Richmond Times-Dispatch, and the Winston-Salem Journal. They also own and operate WLFA, the number-one rated television station in Florida's largest television market.

"Media General has a tremendous amount of media properties and we are pleased their substantial online audience will be able to receive the benefits of our interactive content at their web sites," concluded Brier.

About Gaming Solutions International:

Gaming Solutions International, LLC, is a Pensacola, FL, based technology company that produces patent-pending interactive lottery and horoscope results data for online and wireless media properties, to include newspapers, television stations, radio stations, portals, and news and information web sites. Lottery data coverage, available in English, Spanish, and French, includes all state and government sponsored lotteries in the United States, Canada, the U.K., and Ireland. Content partners include AOL, Bell South, AccuWeather,CBS Radio, Clear Channel Television, The Baltimore Sun, The Chicago Tribune, The Orlando Sentinel, MSNBC, Boston Herald, CBC New Media, ABC Television, NBC Television, Telemundo, Get Lisa, Newsmax, and many others. For more information, visit their corporate web site at


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