News Broadcast Network's Development Team Creates NewsInfusion App for Apple's iPhone

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The NewsInfusion app gives millions of iPhone users--consumer, news editors, and other content seekers "grab-n-go" mobile access to news and informational video and audio files available on the main site.

NewsInfusion IPhone APP in the Apple Store

Since it went live 18 months ago, NewsInfusion has become the most comprehensive and flexible multimedia distribution platform in the industry. We created this app as yet another addition to improve the site's capabilities.

News Broadcast Network (NBN), an industry leader in broadcast video and Internet services for public relations and marketing, has created an iPhone application for its multimedia website, http://www.newsinfusion.com.

The NewsInfusion app gives millions of iPhone users--consumer, news editors, and other content seekers--"grab-n-go" mobile access to news and informational video and audio files available on the main site. The application offers content formatted for easy viewing on the mobile device as well as a continuous stream of new stories as they go live.

NBN President Michael Hill says developing the app is part of the company's continuing effort to increase and improve NewsInfusion's utility. "Since it went live 18 months ago, NewsInfusion has become the most comprehensive and flexible multimedia distribution platform in the industry. We created this app as yet another addition to improve the site's capabilities."

iPhone users can download the free NewsInfusion app at the Apple.com App Store or at http://www.newsinfusion.com/iphone.

About News Broadcast Network, Inc -Founded in 1967, News Broadcast Network, Inc.(NBN) is a branded content production and distribution communications company serving public relations and marketing professionals with four practices: broadcast PR, new media services, production, and media planning and placement. NBN has more than 55 employees in ten US offices in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Boston and Washington, D.C.

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